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SubjectRe: Interesting scheduling times
On Tue, 22 Sep 1998, Philip Blundell wrote:

> The FAQ goes some way towards this.

That is a misuse of the FAQ. FAQs have answers to questions. People
who have been developing on a particular system don't have questions,
they have *expectations*. They know it behaved that way, they *expect*
it to behave that way. What is needed is something that details the
critical stuff not merely anything interesting. Something like
a standards conformance document. It need to be up front and in
your face as well - not just chucked in with the rest of the documentation.


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