Re: Help Desk Doc Question

Subject: Re: Help Desk Doc Question
From: John Ahlstrom <jahlstro -at- CISCO -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 8 Jan 1997 14:52:43 -0800

Keith Anderson wrote:

>I'm writing *all* of the documentation for a Help Desk. I need a
>consistent term to name the people who will have the problems and call
>the Help Desk.

How about "requestor" "help requestor" "helpless one"
"needy one" "truth seeker" "help seeker" "one in desperation"
"idiot" "luser" "illiterate" (as in RTFM)

jka
John Ahlstrom
jahlstrom -at- cisco -dot- com

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