Re: List Policies, Politeness, was Re: [CIRCLE] Server

From: Daniel Staudt (
Date: 01/01/00

>From: Warren Robbins <>
>Reply-To: Circle Discussion List <>
>Subject: [CIRCLE] List Policies, Politeness, was Re: [CIRCLE] Server
>Date: Wed, 29 Dec 1999 21:07:10 -0800
>In Re: This and Similar Postings:

>My question regarding it is as follows:
>Should I see something inherently wrong with editing prototypes directly
>rather than modifying duplicates and overwriting/inserting (I do insert
>new material, actually)?  It seems to me that it prevents anything too
>tragic from two people editting the same thing at the same time (I don't
>do any checking of that sort), but maybe somebody else can point out
>Tony Robbins          | Kupoppo.Net (under construction/currently down)
> |

there is nothing wrong with modifying the prototype directly
oasis olc modifies a copy of it so that any 'mistakes' you make can be
forgoten as easyly as not saving it to memory( ie type no not yes)

direct editing the prototype does not have this inherint ability

Daniel Staudt <>
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