[web-team] Re: [Officers] Cisco rep, Feb announcement, web team help
marc_news at vasoftware.com
Fri Jan 25 00:31:03 PST 2002
On Thu, Jan 24, 2002 at 04:16:18PM -0800, Heather wrote:
> > We already have a new member as you probably read. Let's see how it works
> > now.
> I think that there is enough work at hand that more than one new member would
> still be good.
Maybe. I'll let Joyce decide of that.
> We did well when we had five active people and a few loose hands. Two is
> barely enough for either to get time away for other leisure-time things. As
One member is enough if the said person has enough time.
Again, I'll defer to Joyce
On Thu, Jan 24, 2002 at 04:11:14PM -0800, Heather wrote:
> Winston is my other active companion on the web team. I see him on the list
> every once in a while. He basically agreed to own the link farm, which is
> huge, and leave the rest to me except for an occasional moment here and there.
If you talk to him, tell him he's been off the web-team for several months
since his mail started bouncing and we never heard from him again.
> I have a habit which *tends* to keep me up on my inbox. Specifically,
> I *don't* pre-filter, and lists whose traffic is so heavy I simply can't
> even try to keep up, I fire.
I don't pre-filter either, but I use mutt coloring, which lets me see what I
want to. That's how I keep up.
I've also included your personal Email address in the headers in addition to
the web-team address in the hope that your mail config would highlight your
personal mail, but that didn't work.
On Thu, Jan 24, 2002 at 11:45:11PM -0800, Joyce Cao Traugott wrote:
> When I make changes to the page, do I need to get a approval from anyone.
> If I do, what is the best and most effective way.
I am effectively putting you in charge.
RCS lets us roll changes back if needed anyway (although RCS sucks, we
should really convert the whole thing to CVS, which would also allow for a
Heather is obviously still welcome to help as her time permits and/or can
give you advise and help you with location of things and the current
Microsoft is to operating systems & security ....
.... what McDonalds is to gourmet cooking
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