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Date: 2001-09-14 (14:20)
From: Felix Terkhorn <masterkh@i...>
Subject: [Caml-list] Newbie list
Being a quasi-newbie also, I agree with this sentiment.  I enough people are out there who would not only benefit from being able to post less complex questions to such a list, but who have also had enough experience to answer a lot of such questions themselves.  Personally, about half the newbie questions posted here are ones I feel I might be likely to ask, and the other half are ones I feel I could answer.

It also wouldn't take a great number of developer-types to support this list, since a fair amount of the questions would probably be able to be answered by a single person who is very experienced in OCaml.  And there are obviously a lot of helpful people around here. :)

Just my two cents,
Felix Terkhorn

On Thu, Sep 13, 2001 at 12:29:04PM -0400, Collin Monahan wrote:
> As a newbie my opinion is that I'd be more likely to post questions to a
> second list than here with one list. Even though when I asked questions
> before I felt quite welcomed.
> Collin Monahan