Date: Wed, 17 Mar 2004 09:43:08 -0500
Reply-To: "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>
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From: "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>
Subject: Re: NESUG 2004 Call for Papers is here !
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> From: Ray Pass [mailto:raypass@ATT.NET]
> Hey SAS-L,
> NESUG is proud to announce that it has just opened the 2004
> Conference Call for Papers on its website, www.nesug.org.
... from which you should then pick the url/year:
GoTo NESUG 2004
before or after which you may (re)read:
Go To Statement Considered Harmful
> NESUG has entirely
> (well, almost entirely)
> revamped its conference offerings this year
Ray, with all due respect,
you may wish you had redesigned
either your web site
or your web design team.
> If you are interested in presenting at NESUG 2004, please
> visit the website and review the new section descriptions,
> leadership team
> and abstract submission process.
in a word: don't
note when choosing menu item Info:
"(*) NOTE: there is a known problem when saving your changes
- you will receive a 404 error -
however your modifications will have been saved
and you may continue on with exploring the site."
GoTo NESUG 2004
with a banner like:
"Some folks are experiencing difficulties
with opening the Abstract form.
If you do experience a problem,
please contact the web team.
Thank you for your patience!"
Error 401 User not authenticated
Well, Ray, and NESUG et al web design team,
in my first job out of college
I sent out a data collection form
with one error on it.
Actually I don't know whether the error was
the error on the data collection form
or having my phone number on the form
to call in case of error.
that was sometime late in the previous century
Have a happy day
while reading e-mail from disgruntled authors
who wish to submit abstracts to the nation's largest
and mostly successful
-- up to this year --
SAS User Group.
Ron Fehd SUG author CDC Atlanta GA USA RJF2@cdc.gov
Efficiency is intelligent laziness. -David Dunham
inEfficiency is web pages
that generate errors
and e-mail from frustrated authors