Mini-FAQ for alt.computer.consultants.moderated

Author: Charles Calvert
Last Updated: 12/20/2000
HTML version: 18 November 2001 by splbndr@mindspring.com (Ric Goldman)

Q1: What is the topic of this newsgroup?

A1: alt.computer.consultants.moderated is a forum for professional computer consultants (and other interested parties) to exchange ideas and information regarding the conduct of their consulting businesses.


Q2: Do I have to be a consultant to participate?

A2: No.  As long as your posts are on topic and otherwise conform to the requirements set forth in the charter, you may participate.


Q3: Where can I find the charter?

A3: http://www.celticwolf.net/accm/charter.txt


Q4: What does the "moderated" part of the name mean?

A4: In a moderated group, all posts are forwarded to a moderator for approval.  If the post conforms to the requirements set forth in the newsgroup's charter, the moderator will approve it and post it to the newsgroup.  If not, the moderator will reject the message.


Q5: My post hasn't shown up in the group.  What should I do?

A5: Under normal circumstances, the moderator processes posts at least once per day.   If 48 hours have passed since you posted a message and it hasn't appeared, check to see if you have received a rejection notice from the moderator.  If not, make sure that you posted the message using a replyable address.  If you did, then
contact the moderator.


Q6: How can I contact the moderator?

A6: Email the moderator at accm_mod@celticwolf.net.

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