RE: Newcomers: please read existing material fir st!

From: Popkin, Laird (WMG Corp) <"Popkin,>
Date: Fri Apr 30 2004 - 13:12:33 CDT

I'm not quite the webmaster, but I have been involved in updating the site.

Two of those three links mentioned in this discussion are on the web site

1) In the navigation bar along the left side of every page on the site, the
top item is 'EVM2003' which describes the project and links to the EVM2003
home page and project page on SourceForge.

2) The 'FAQs' button, also in the nav bar, links to the FAQ.

We don't have a direct link to the mailing list archive, which I agree that
we need to add. Where would you suggest? Under 'history'? As an additional
item in the nav bar?

I'd also suggest that in order to increase visibility of these links, that
we mention them in the welcome message to the list, and suggest that people
review the FAQ before posting.

- LP

-----Original Message-----
[]On Behalf Of Ed
Sent: Thursday, April 29, 2004 10:58 PM
Subject: Re: [voting-project] Newcomers: please read existing material

Hello David:

Hello David:

That's very good. Now all that has to be done is to have that added to the
links portion in the web page. It would be nice if the special google
search window also went along with the link. I forget who is actually the
web master for the OVC page but I think it's one of the board members.

Thanks, Ed Kennedy

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Mertz" <>
To: <>
Cc: "David Mertz" <>
Sent: Thursday, April 29, 2004 1:41 PM
Subject: [voting-project] Newcomers: please read existing material first!

> On Apr 29, 2004, at 4:29 PM, Arthur Keller wrote:
> > There's an archive to read. It's linked from the website, which is
> > worth reviewing too.
> Amen!
> A lot of new subscribers repeatedly complain about not understanding
> details of OVC, while steadfastly refusing to read Karl's excellent
> FAQ, the EVM2003 pages[*], or the searchable mailing list archive.
> Please, please, please! Before asking if we've ever thought of some
> very basic detail--or indignantly complaining that we overlooked
> it--try doing a little background research.
> For reference:
> [*] The Architecture document is a bit out of date in some details, but
> it still gives a general overview of the approach (some support
> libraries have changed, and data formats have been fleshed out).

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