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I hope Eric won't beat up on me for this post, as it doesn't concern
Technical Writing, but it DOES concern Techwr-l. I also thought all
members would be interested in hearing the question and the response.
Eric, did you receive sufficient funding to maintain techwr-l into
the future? You obviously received enough to get it up and running, but
I'm sure most of us are interested in it's longevity.
If this has been answered before, my apologies. I don't remember
seeing anything regarding this in the past.
Ralph E. Robinson
R2 Innovations, Specialists in ISO 9000 Documentation
Author of "Documenting ISO 9000: Guidelines for Compliant
Documentation", an APEX '98 Award of Excellence publication.
Email: r2innovations -at- myna -dot- com