[UFO Chicago] The death of FAQ

Stephan V Bechtolsheim svbechtolsheim at yahoo.com
Sat Jan 28 16:57:22 PST 2012

The whole idea of an FAQ is flawed anyway.

If the original document does not answer a question that the FAQ does, then the original document needs
to be augmented / corrected.

If the FAQ provides an outline type of information (like it answers a question such as "what are the five core
steps of the process") then again that information should be added to the original document.

I am against (separate) FAQs - move the stuff into the general document and be done with it.


> From: Brian Sobolak <brian at planetshwoop.com>
>To: ufo at ufo.chicago.il.us 
>Sent: Saturday, January 28, 2012 8:09 AM
>Subject: [UFO Chicago] The death of FAQ
>When confronted with corporate literature, I like to review the "FAQ"
>section as I am quite sure exactly zero are ever "Frequently asked".
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