Good Enough? (Was Using the Web for Documentation?)
Matthew R. Popalisky
mpopali at comp.uark.edu
Tue Oct 29 16:15:11 PST 1996
On Tue, 29 Oct 1996 Mjccmc01 at aol.com wrote:
> Gunnora, thanks for the kind words. Diarmut, I don't know that anyone has
> the "right" to chew anyone a new orifice, since I am a firm believer that bad
> behavior doesn't justify more bad behavior in return.
Ok, a few quick questions. Which is prefered, formal or informal notes?
If the preference is formal, is footnotes or endnotes prefered? I like to
put really pertinate things like sort definitions, etc as footnotes and
citations as endnotes.
> So, how about some discussion? Do you want the judging at an A&S competition
> to push you to greater heights, or is it more important for the judging to be
Judging to be kind encourages mediocraty. The key word is *constructive*
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