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RE: New Threads (Was...)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gary Preckshot [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Monday, June 12, 2000 3:50 PM
> To: LDP
> Subject: New Threads (Was...)
> Joe Cooper wrote:
> > I don't know what H-H you're reading but the one I'm looking at is
> > exclusively made up of DocBook information.
> I don't know which one you're talking about. I've
> never seen an announcement beyond the one on
> LinuxDoc.org, and Mark never announced new
> versions. The only ones I've seen are as I
> described. I'd certainly like to see the latest
> version. What's the URL?
Are you subscribed to the "announce" list? ldp-announce, same subscription
stuff as the other lists, AFAIK.
> > 2. A button for volunteer SGML'ers to click, saying "I am willing to
> > DocBookize HOWTO's for any comers. Here is my email address."
> I like that idea the best, although it might be
> modified by having a count beside each name so
> that we get better load distribution. A list with
> e-mail addresses allows personal contact between
> the writers and the volunteers without undue load
> on the list. The list should have a FAQ, published
> once a month, and one of the things in the FAQ
> should be the location of the volunteer list.
> Usenet groups do this regularly (FAQs).
Hmm... Are you thinking list like mailing list, or list like a list on a
web page. Not sure what you're saying here...
I'll take the rest of this to a better named thread... I think probably
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