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Re: FAQ Suggestions
The FAQ should also contain a list of pointers to the various sites on the
"NET' that do have tons of information on Killies including biotope
information. For example, Tim Addis' Site, Hubers Killi-Data site (even if
it is a "pay" site) the BKA site and the myriad other sites containing
valuable information on our favorite subject. Whether it be fish,
fishrooms, live foods or whatever..
FAQs should not only answer the "Frequently Asked Questions" but should
point the reader to sources of additional information containing answers to
questions they haven't asked yet.
At 04:02 PM 3/6/03 -0500, you wrote:
>Date: Thu, 06 Mar 2003 12:29:11 -0800
>From: Barry Cooper <bjc3 at cornell_edu>
>Subject: Re: FAQ Suggestions
>I agree with right. The concept of a FAQ is exactly what is says. We all
>know that there is a core of questions that get asked over and over again
>on killietalk. If we can put those into a FAQ page on the site we can
>suggest the beginners and others look there before asking on the list. I am
>not certain it will completely cure the syndrome of repeat questions, or
>whether it even should (because the FAQs won't reflect every opinion) but
>it will help.
>Regarding specific information about individual species, I have included
>captions to the images on the site. These are incomplete, because both
>myself and a few that are helping me with those, have other things to get
>done too. However, any qualified person is welcome to suggest content for
>those captions. If you do, remember that I want to keep them succinct.
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