[K12OSN] why RAID?

Petre Scheie petre at maltzen.net
Mon Dec 6 15:52:22 UTC 2004

I do wish that the wiki would automatically stamp the date a document was 
created (and updated if/when it happens), since some docs have been around a 
long time and may not be accurate any more; without a date, there's no way to 
tell.  The name of the person who created the doc would be nice, too, in case 
one wanted to ask the author further questions (assuming the author is on the list).


Jeff Kinz wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 03, 2004 at 10:43:12PM -0800, Dennis Daniels wrote:
>>Does anyone mind if this little discussion gets wikified? Reading along 
>>here I learned a great deal. It should be captured and worked into a 
>>location that we can all use. Any opposition? I'll take silence as 
>>agreement ;^)
> Hi Dennis - This list is publicly archived here:
> https://www.redhat.com/archives/k12osn/
> Wikifying anything here is not only fine, its wonderful.
> The archives are a great resource, but wikkifying the info makes it much
> more accessible.  You are adding some nice value to the list by doing
> anything of this sort.  (Searching the archives is awkward and 
> semi-hard due to too many hits :-)  [sometimes Google is not your
> friend.. :-) ] )
> Privacy isn't an issue, the archive is already public.
> If you think someone will be offended 'cause they are getting credit for
> an idea, just credit them or give them a "source was.." reference in the
> wiki article.

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