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1: Changes - FAQ Revision History Version Now, Now nowth, 20now Like I'm going to keep a changelog up to date... Version 6.2, October 12th, 2000 Bunch of stuff. New build script. Added Opinions link. Heck, actually this is many changes over many months, I just forgot to update the version. Version 6.1, July 4th, 2000 I realize that I haven't updated the version number in a long time, so I just pad it a bunch. I can do that, I own the place. Version 3.3, June 20th, 1999 Wrote automation scripts and wrote up most of the entries Version 3.2, June 19th, 1999 Actually started to fill it out Version 3.1, May 5th 1996 I just felt like starting at revision 3.1. Nobody really trusts any revisions before 2.0 now do they? Version 0, Dec 3 1971 I was born. This raised many questions. 2: What is a FAQ? Frequently Asked Question. See rtfm.mit.edu The word 'frequently' might be a stretch for this document. 3: Copyright This FAQ is Copyright 1999 by David Ljung All rights reserved. Permission to use, copy and distribute this FAQ, or parts thereof, by any means and for any purpose EXCEPT PROFIT PURPOSES is hereby granted, PROVIDED that both the above Copyright notice and this permission notice appear in all copies of the FAQ itself, that the parts used are totally unaltered contents-wise and that information as to how to obtain the newest and most current release of this document is included, in particular when dealing with a published media inheritly outdated at time of release, like a printed publication or CD-ROMs. Reproducing this FAQ or parts thereof by any means, included, but not limited to, printing, copying existing prints, publishing by electronic or other means, implies full agreement and consent to the above non-profit-use clause, unless upon explicit prior written (non-electronic) permission of the author. It also implies full consent to the above one-free-copy-clause with no exceptions. My lawyers would tell me to put all that in if: 1) I had any lawyers 2) There was anything of value in this FAQ 4: Disclaimer This FAQ is provided by the author ``as is'', and any express or implied warranties, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are disclaimed. In absolutely no event shall the author be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, exemplary, or consequential damages (including, but not limited to, trying to become friends with Dave, loss of use, data, or profits from hanging out with Dave) however caused and on any theory of liability, whether in contract, strict liability, or tort (including negligence or otherwise) arising in any way out of the use of the informations herein contained, even if advised of the possibility of such damage from knowing Dave. Please feel free to offer any kinds of bribery or special services in return for favorable mentioning or recommendations. I'm fairly cheap, mail me for prices. This FAQ is A JOKE. Get a grip. 5: Editorial This document was written in response to numerous questions that have flooded our mailboxes about Dave's Life. Well... no, okay, so in reality nobody is really asking me anything, and nobody really cares about these answers, but that's okay, because narcissism is a powerful fuel. If you send me a question I will happily add the question and answer to this document. If you like I can add a note as to who submitted the question as well, but boy, won't that make you look lame. 6: Maintainers / Locations Created and maintained by: David Ljung Madison davefaq -at- daveola dot com Your input is very welcome! Send suggestions, additions, updates and corrections. You can browse it on the WWW via DaveFAQ.com 7: How is this FAQ created? I am a firm believer in automation. This faq is created by my make_faq script which is freely available at MarginalHacks. It reads the following files: conf txt_1 txt_2 txt_3 txt_4 txt_5 txt_6 txt_7 txt_8 8: What can you tell me about this server? This, and many other domains used to be served on one of the smallest Linux servers you can find. I have a page of information on it. These days, actually, I get my hosting from ServerBeach and they're fantastic and cheap. If you buy from them, use my referral code 5YJN4CG2TM and you'll save $100 and save me some money too!
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