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Old 02-23-2009, 09:57 AM
ralfeez ralfeez is offline
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thank you

Thank you Webwalker. This is much closer to what I was looking for. I am sorry for not being able to get my point across to everyone. Just blame it on my ignorance of the subject. I do realize that there are endless numbers of options and combinations. I also realize that some have built reliable and simple systems that have few, if any, bells and whistles.

A wiki is exactly what I was making reference to, SWKerr. For those who have not used a wiki before, ideally it is added to and maintained by the users. Users add the info, manipulate the info, and keep everything up to date. Yes, many opinions are written as fact and there are other drawbacks too, but in general you get a really informative document this way.

Thanks for the help everyone,
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