... From: Ricardo SIGNES [everything snipped as it was an attachment] Good job, Ricardo. I have two comments: *** I agree we need an up-to-date FAQ, and IMessage 1 of 36 , Mar 31, 2002View Source
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From: "Ricardo SIGNES"
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Good job, Ricardo. I have two comments:
*** I agree we need an up-to-date FAQ, and I offer to create/maintain one.
I'd appreciate if people can get me started by sending any questions they
can think of. I will refer to vi FAQs and trawl the history of this mailing
list. (gsinclair at soyabean dot com dot au)
*** I don't believe that www.vim.org should merely point to vim.sf.net.
People visiting a site like vim.org for the first time expect a neat summary
of the product and links to other information. They don't expect, and
generally wouldn't appreciate, an automated page that dives right in to tips
www.vim.org should contain the following things:
- brief history
- explanation of and link to vim online
- link to FAQ
- link to download page
This is fairly static. Nothing needs to change unless links are moved,
which should be unnecessary.
* Vim online is a resource, not a home page.
* I'll get started on a FAQ.
... One thing I could not find there: What does the acronym (?) A-A-P mean? It might be Any Acronym Perceivable , An A-A-P Project , or something similar,Message 36 of 36 , Apr 4, 2002View Source
> It's all explained on the web site: http://a-a-p.org.One thing I could not find there: What does the acronym (?) "A-A-P" mean?
> If you still don't get it, I will have to update the web pages...
It might be "Any Acronym Perceivable", "An A-A-P Project", or something
similar, like TTP="The TTP Project" from the Dilbert comic, but I'd still
like to know. ;-)
Google only brings tons of other AAPs.