[sword-devel] SUPPORT LISTS
Sat, 4 Dec 1999 15:33:16 +0000
Look at our site (www.bibletime.de) in the faq and install section. There are
some answers to questions and problems.
>--- "Troy A. Griffitts" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I would like to propose opening a new list: sword-support
>> The purpose for the list would be for some of you who have been
>> around for a while to join. I will have all sword-feedback, sword-
>> bugs, etc., mail forwarded to the list and we can each have the
>> opportunity to reply to the many support messages each day that we
>As someone who at this point would be more likely to ask questions than
>answer them, and hoping to get to the other side as soon as possible, I
>think a mailing list would be helpful to me (reading messages as they
>flow by). I would also be willing to participate by helping others as
>I become able.
>My only concern would be on the volume of e-mails, and whether it would
>be a high enough volume to consider using another mechanism.
>Also, I haven't noticed a FAQ on the Sword site, so may I volunteer to
>start compiling one based on the questions asked and answers provided?
>I would of course welcome any input from those who know (by way of your
>posted responses or e-mails directly to me). The FAQ could then be
>used in some cases to cut and paste responses, and to post on the web
>site and avoid having the questions asked again (in those few cases
>where someone looks). I think something like this is essential
>whenever there is a chance of the same question being asked over and
>over. It will help avoid burn-out by those that volunteer their time
>to support Sword.
>I could even start compiling a FAQ based on any e-mails that you care
>to cc me on (you could use a Blind CC) You are the best one to know
>what the FAQ's are, or are likely to be.
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