At 12:06 AM -0700 4/11/99, kalle volkov wrote:
>my 2 pennies coming next ;)
>maybe it would be good to make FAQ that members of this list could
>upgrade :? searchable web interface :? when someone has a question that
>(s)he thinks it's FAQ then (s)he can post it there and someone who knows
>solution answers it :?
>can offer some help and bandwith for the project ;)
(1) just search the mailing list archive at
...myodbc, mysql-win32, mysql-announce archives there also.
(2) download the 'monolithic' manual at
to your own computer, then search it via browser's find-in-page ability.
>Michael Widenius wrote:
>> >>>>> "Fred" == Fred Lindberg <lindberg@stripped>
>> Fred> On Fri, 9 Apr 1999 16:34:05 -0700, S. Whitmore wrote:
>> Fred> Great! Yes, a FAQ would be very useful.
>> Just a thought about this:
>> The problem with making a FAQ, that would be relatively complete, for a
>> program with many options (like MySQL) is that the FAQ would probably
>> be bigger than the current manual...
>> Instead of working on a FAQ, I think its wiser to spend more time
>> making the MySQL manual even better.
>> (In some cases a MySQL FAQ may be quite good, but I would love to
>> see a short FAQ entry that explains what to do if you get 'Access denied').
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