Would be very nice.

There are dozens of very good sites related to PHP learning on the web.
It's been a while that we at PHPBeginner.com were thinking to merge with
some other sites full of useful information in order to create a
noticeably large knowledge base for anyone interested in PHP.

Though, it's been always kind of tough to accomplish, and even start.
Reason: everyone is trying to purge the project in its own way... not
too easy to agree.

But, I'd love to follow this idea.


Maxim Maletsky
Founder, Chief Developer

PHPBeginner.com (Where PHP Begins)

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Christoph Starkmann [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 03, 2002 4:15 PM
> Subject: FW: [PHP] PHP FAQ (again)
> Hi Ray!
> > I am in total agreement with Justin on this one.  Many of the
> > posters use
> > "need help",  "newbie needs help" , etc.  We need to have
> > some form of FAQ
> > with detailed instructions on how to post so that I do not
> > have to ask;
> There are so many ressources on the web on how to pose questions
> in mailing lists.
> Do you think some extra documentation would help here?
> I am afraid many of these posters wouldn't read this FAQ,
> neither...
> > I now some mailing lists will not even reply if you do not
> > follow specific
> > criteria when you post...
> That's up to everyone himself... BTW, there are many docs
> on the web, too, on how to quote (avoid full quotes...)
> Like someone (Rasmus?) wrote, there is a quite smart PHP
> documentation to cover most of the basic questions, and
> a lot of help here...
> Again, do you think someone who isn't checking ouzt
> the online doc would be reading the FAQ?
> Regards,
> Kiko
> -----
> It's not a bug, it's a feature.
> christoph starkmann
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