I'm sort of beginning to wonder myself (for instance, there's that annoying sticky in the "Help" section which should have been unstuck long ago...). Anyhow, their involvement would be desirable but not required, we could do it ourselves (of course, if the moderators then don't like our initiative, they can pull the plug if and when they so choose, and our work would have been for nothing). But it needn't be so overwhelming a task as you imagine. I think there are two classes of information that is useful to write down in a FAQ: 1) some general guide lines of the forum, where to find information, recommendations before posting etc, and 2) answers to common questions. The first would be straightforward to write down, and not very lengthy. The second could of course be expanded forever, but I think it would be sufficient, and still helpful to the general public, to start out on a small scale, with just a few of the most recurring topics.Stephen Saturn wrote:Maybe our absent moderators could be persuaded to do it. That is if they are still alive - I don't think we've heard from them for six months.
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