Re: [DML] DOA Technical content.
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Re: [DML] DOA Technical content.



 
 
Sounds great to me. As for "different opinions," only an independent  
writer, (or reviewing body,) as you are suggesting, can really do that. One  
solution is to spell out the different opinions "many vendors say, .... however  
others say ...."  I'd be perfectly happy to have the content of the DMCTech 
 site vetted by the DOA. New additions are made known to existing 
subscribers,  but I have no way of knowing if something is read, much less "approved" 
by the  many knowledgeable people who are on board with that group. That's  
primarily why I set it up as a yahoo group rather than just a 
non-interactive  site.  But I get very little input. I guess if I screw up big time,  
I'll get some input. :-)  It would be nice if the DMCTech site  was fully 
fleshed out and ready to review, but like pretty much everyone  else who has put 
tech info out there on the web, time constraints from needing  to go to work 
and have a life limit the available time. I'm totally  supportive of the 
concept, though!
 
 
Wayne A.  Ernst
vin  11174
DMCTech
http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/DMCTech/

 
 
In a message dated 10/21/2009 9:37:58 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
jhaldeman@xxxxxxxx writes:

Very  true, but again, the problem is discerning good information from  bad.
That's why I like the idea of simply having such a committee provide a  DOA
stamp of approval to existing content.  Just a way for a dedicated  group of
volunteers to help make DeLorean ownership more appealing by  providing
direction for new and old owners alike, so that they get the  right
information from the start.  As Marc stated, we should be  cautious to 
ensure
that no vendor favoritism would be at play here, and I  still don't know 
what
we can provide to volunteers as an incentive to  contribute to such a 
content
review system.  Our liability would be  covered under our club insurance as
well as a thoughtfully written  disclaimer, so that shouldn't be an issue.



Topics that have  multiple but conflicting "correct" answers would still be
debated on here  and other forums, same as always.







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