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From: R Andrew Hayden <rahayden@*****.WEEG.UIOWA.EDU>
Subject: Midnight Grumblings-n-stuff
Date: Mon, 8 Feb 93 06:53:43 CET
Few things to talk about on this dark and . . . uh . . . completely clear

1) FTP
We have secured an FTP site for the duration of this project (in
theory at least). Jerry Stratton (of NAGEE fame) has agreed to donate a
writeable directory under the shadowrun tree. It should be set up in a
couple of days. For the sake of keeping things sane on there, don't start
putting oodles of files online. I'm going to try to use it to keep things
like the FAQ, the POA, and other documents.

Would somebody be willing to take on the task of writing up a
multi-paragraph introduction to this project? This is not an FAQ, but
simply a good solid statement of purpose that we can send out to people,
post around the net, and more or less draw attention to ourselves with.

Oh boy, this is becoming a major sticking point. I've been
holding back from responding, hoping to try to produce more response. For
the most part, it hasn't been heeded. I'll be posting next some ideas.

4) POA
In order to deversify this project from myself, can somebody take
over the maintaining of the POA? I don't have the time or resources to
keep ALL of the files up to date and I don't want to act as dictatorial
leader on this thing. Please, drop me a line if you can keep up the POA.

5) FAQ
I will still be maintaining the FAQ. Does anyone have any
questions that need to be put into it? Anything at all?

Well, that's about all I have for tonight in terms of administrivia. I'll
see if I can keep my eyeballs open enough to write up some coherent
thoughts on engines next.

Later all,

Fearless Leader

[> Robert Hayden <] [> ____ Come out, Come out <]
[> <] [> \ /__ Wherever you are! <]
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