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Re: Archival of BTDT's & FAQ's

>Is there any way that we could set up an email address to CC: to when
>posing BT(doing that) stories & information needed over and over; then have
>the info available on the web? That way we could eliminate archives of
>general discussion, and focus on 'how do I fix xxx' situations.
>We could get really fancy, and set up sections dealing with, I dunno,
>electronics, mechanics, engine, interior, or whatever seems relevant. Then
>have a couple of volunteers to seperate out the different sections' threads
>from the 'raw' data.
>Personally, I have no problems being a 'sorter', but I have as much
>experience with HTML as I do with getting stripped wastegate nuts off. And
>I hate coding. I hate it. It's a tool of satan.
Not with BBedit and Mac!  The selling line of BBedit by Bare Bones
Software:"BBedit.  It Doesn't Suck."

>Comments? Anyone who's got some real interest in setting something like
>this up, let's get together EMAIL so we don't plug up the list with 'well,
>lets set up a valve section, not a lifter section, ok?' sort of things.

Check out:
(if the DNS fails, try it again; the DNS server has been a tad slow.  Also,
it is normal for the server to take 3-4 seconds to start delivering a page.
It's because it has to launch Perl each time.)

I had been adding things; a few people were as well, but interest seriously
died out.  I would love for people to start adding things again, and will
answer any questions.  I was scanning the list for answers and stuff, then
adding them, but that got very boring and tedious.

There are many sections set up; more are needed(and easily created.)  Feel
free to take a look. There's even a main section just for UrQ'ers.  I was
thinking of adding a section just for 200q20v'ers.

Not quite what you were thinking, but close.  Yours seems like a
"user-decided" digest.  Interesting.


Brett Dikeman
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