Re: [Circle] Mentors?

From: invincibill (
Date: 11/13/96

Mark McArthey wrote:
> I know this has been brought up before, but has anyone given thought
> to mentoring?  This may alleviate some of the questions that
> annoy others so much.  While we may not all be able to answer all
> questions, a good knowledge of C could be useful to someone with
> little.  Personally, I don't know how to add things like races off of
> the top of my head only because I haven't done it.  I'm 100% confident
> that I can figure it out though.  I'm sure there are a number of you
> that relate.  I'm not suggesting that we take someone under the wing
> and be a psuedo-slave to them... write this, write that, etc.  Merely
> that we take a moment ourselves to find out how something works and
> give this information to this other person.  It's tough to be of any
> help when 10 people a day ask questions that would involve a bit of
> research on my part.  I am coding my own mud, and can't take the time
> to help everyone.  One person is feasible though.
> Anyone interested in developing a mentor program with the above
> ideas in mind?
>  Mark McArthey          `  _ ,  '
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i wouldn't mind helping somebody out.  

everytime i look up a problem with the mud(not fundamental coding stuff)
i learn a little bit more about it. :)

count me in.

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