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> Guess I didn't do too well in the technical communication department
> To clarify: as I understand it, a "reviewer's guide" is (to rip off Tom
> Storer's definition) a guide to be sent along with the product to
> journalists and outside analysts so they can judge our software.
> Do you agree with this definition? And if so, what can you tell me about
> this audience? what do they expect to find in such a guide? (besides
> clearer writing than I've produced so far (grin))