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Thread: Allocation site?
face picon face BY : jamesnewtonspam@piclist.com

Anybody who wants to can create that page and start posting information to
it. techref is a COLLABORATIVE site where ALL members can directly post to
the site anything they wish. They can even create new pages and edit them.

So if you went to
and logged in (at the bottom of the page) and then used the little form to
enter a public link with text something like "Allocation Problems" to a page
called "onallocation.htm", the server would A) modify cpus.htm to add the
link to onallocation.htm, B) create onallocation.htm (making you the owner)
and C) redisplay cpus.htm. Now you can follow the link to onallocation.htm
(Its a  blank page with just the title) and again use the little form on the
bottom to add a public comment about the part you couldn't get (don't enter
a file or url unless you want to link to somewhere)

(And boy do I wish more people would do things like that... I get tired of
being the only person updating the site.)

James Newton (PICList Admin #3)
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