Re: Minimum hardware requirements and a few odds and ends.

From: Ed Kennedy <ekennedyx_at_yahoo_dot_com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 2004 - 22:41:42 CDT

Hello David:

    Your comment about acronyms seems pretty reasonable. How about we ask
people to update their acronyms about once a month. Please don't feel that
my village idiot style questions are a reason for you to flee this list.
Feel free to continue with technical discussions here. If I'm truly
confused, I'll send a private note out to who ever confused me.

Thanks, Ed Kennedy

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Mertz" <voting-project@gnosis.cx>
To: <voting-project@lists.sonic.net>
Sent: Thursday, April 22, 2004 8:12 PM
Subject: Re: [voting-project] Minimum hardware requirements and a few odds
and ends.

> > Forgive me, but I need to beg all of you to follow some of the nominal
> > rules about acronyms. The first time one uses an acronym like VII or
> > BVA
> > it's a good idea to explain what it means
>
> There are a number of acronyms that have become widely used on this
> list. I don't think it's likely that every new post is going to spell
> them out again (nor even particularly desirable).
>
> However, moving in that direction, the updated EVM2003 homepage
> explains most of the acronyms in question:
> http://evm2003.sourceforge.net/
>
> However, there -is- a moral in here that probably quite a bit of what
> is currently being discussed on this list really belongs more
> appropriately on the more techincal OVC-Demo-Team list.
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