At 04:43 PM 9/30/96 EDT, Ian Whitlock wrote:
> Karsten Self <kmself@IX.NETCOM.COM> wrote a pretty good FAQ about a
> year and a half ago. I would suggest that if he still has it he
> consider modifying it as follows:
> 1) See Tim's suggestion on significant key words below.
> 2) Point to FAQ articles on the www.sas.com web site and/or point
> to a SAS-L response where appropriate.
> Then send it to the UGA FILE CONTRIBUTION SERVER and post it to SAS-L
> once. As for maintenance I suggest Karsten post a message giving the
> two sources once a week and make modifications when needed to the UGA
> copy. When enough significant changes have been required then repost
> to SAS-L.
> At each SUGI the responsibility could be handed off one of the most
> valuable SAS-Lr nominees (not necessarily a winner). The first time
> Karsten would choose his sucessor. Then his successor would choose,
> etc. If a sucessor can not be found among the nominees, then let it
> die. It isn't worth it.
> Ian Whitlock
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>Subject: Should We Have a FAQ?
>Author: TWB2%Rates%FAR@GO50.COMP.PGE.COM at internet-e-mail
>Date: 9/30/96 2:34 PM
>Should it be posted once a week? Should it cover how to subscribe, how
>to unsubscribe, and simple and advanced archive searches? Should it
>explain the significance of flame-proof underware (maybe not--we
>actually have a fairly civil group)? Should it contain a list of common
>keywords in the archive, or a list of significant keywords in the
>archive? Should we automate or rotate posting duty?
>Tim Berryhill - Contract Programmer and General Wizard
>Frequently at Pacific Gas & Electric Co., San Francisco
>The correlation coefficient between their views and
>my postings is slightly less than 0
Karsten Self / email@example.com
What part of gestalt don't you understand?