Am 28.3.2002 20:36 Uhr schrieb "Eric L. Strobel" unter
> OTOH, I think that encouraging newbies to learn to problem solve on their
> own is a *GOOD* thing, not laziness. Yes, there may be some folks on the
> list that need to rethink how they word such encouragement. But climbing
> the learning curve is not always easy or quick, and it can be frustrating,
> but the result is a much more thorough knowledge.
I couldn't agree more and must exclaim that a FAQ is quite often much better
written then I could do. Its a time save but it needs maintenance.
Here the idea: We need a sort of artificial intelligence program which
filters our NTLK msgs and passes them thru a neuronal network or whatever is
capable of extracting information from blahblah. Then this program would
automagically update the FAQ and transform it into HTML including a nice
index and update for the search engines. I mean in a few years something
like this is probably reality and even today similar applications are
shurely serving the information needs of secret services.
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