RE: [aprsisce] OSM Maps I cry UNCLE
By which I mean sometimes the WIKI writers sometimes don’t think to include what seems simple to them, but is perhaps not obvious to others.
We do of course add things in when it becomes obvious it’s needed.
Consider yourself a proof reader of the WIKI
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Sent: 01 December 2012 15:35
Subject: RE: [aprsisce] OSM Maps I cry UNCLE
> One of the problems WIKI writers have is knowing too much,........:
While there are many problems in my life, I doubt *that* will be one of them. Certainly for a while at least. <G>
73 KC8SFQ Ron
- >sometimes the WIKI writers sometimes don't think to include what seems simple to them, but >is perhaps not obvious to others.
I run into the same thing when I'm teaching someone to weld. I tell them at the outset the same thing I've heard here. "the only dumb question is the one you don't ask".
> We do of course add things in when it becomes obvious it's needed.
I have noticed that, as it has built, in both content and detail.
> Consider yourself a proof reader of the WIKI
Title gladly accepted. Between my dyslexia and ignorance of things computer, that may be the perfect niche for me. It is a place from where I can constructively contribute to this community which has helped me achieve the level I have with APRS in general, and APRSIS32 in particular.
73 KC8SFQ Ron