In message <19980501095358 .
Lazlo Nibble <lazlo @
>On Thu, Apr 30, 1998 at 09:09:56PM -0400, Pete St. Onge wrote:
>> That said, what resources are there for list admins (irrespective
>> of their experience level)?
>1) The Documentation.
>2) The FAQ.
Since we are on the subject, allow _me_ to ask ``Where _is_ the FAQ exactly?''
I've been loking for it myself and (as you might imagine) I'd like to per-
haps make a contribution or two to it on the topic of security.
>Maybe this suggestion sounds facetious and snotty, but a number of the people
>who are squealing loudest in this thread have very obviously never looked at
>(or even for) either one.
Well, even _I_ wouldn't go that far. A lot of people, myself included, are
not even sure precisely where the FAQ is.
It's hard to benefit from a resources if you don't know weher it is.
>> Perhaps within the expertise of this list, we could put together a
>> general overview of list operations, perhaps even with specific examples for
>> the various list progs.
>If the existing FAQs and documentation aren't sufficient to your needs,
>O'Reilly has a book on list administration out...
Now _that_ should be a very useful bit of information for the participants
here! (I for one didn't know anything about this new book until you men-
I just popped over to O'Reilly's web site and found the page on it. Here's
the URL for the benefit of anyone else who might be interested:
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