Please send comments...
On Thu, 27 Feb 1997 13:19:39 CST, Jim Fleming said:
> Since only certain people control the web site, it is hard
> to make contributions other than minor corrections. There
> are several web sites out which now allow the particpants
> to collaborate on the content. The wiki-web comes to mind.
> If the people shaping ARIN want people to participate they
> could try that approach.
OK.. Assuming we *do* go to mass editing of the stuff, what keeps
some psycotic person from editing things so it looks like ARIN
is a wholly owned subsidiary of Black Helicopters Inc?
You either have "only certain people control it", or "everybody
can scribble on it". And unless you go to "everybody scribble",
with the resulting change control issues, there will always be
somebody outside the "certain people" list who will feel oppressed
because of it.
Computer Systems Engineer
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