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1.1) Who wrote this FAQ and how can I reach him?




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This article is from the Sacramento FAQ, by David F. Prenatt, Jr. with numerous contributions by others.

1.1) Who wrote this FAQ and how can I reach him?

This FAQ was written by me, David F. Prenatt, Jr. Until further
notice, you can reach me by my e-mail at the Davis Community Network:

NetEsq@dcn.davis.ca.us (<mailto:NetEsq@dcn.davis.ca.us >)

or by snail-mail (i.e., U.S. Mail) at my P.O. Box:

David F. Prenatt, Jr.
Internet Esquire(sm)
P.O. Box 74632
Davis, CA 95617-5632

or on the World Wide Web (<http://www.dcn.davis.ca.us/~netesq/ >).

1.2) What information is contained in this FAQ?

Anything that I, as the author of this FAQ, decided would be of
interest to people who are interested in the community of Sacramento,
California. See PREFATORY QUESTIONS (Section 0) for more information.

1.3) How is this FAQ organized?

This FAQ may be arbitrarily divided into unequal parts where I felt it
was convenient to do so. I did this for two reasons. The first
reason is that some readers of this FAQ may have specific questions
and may not want to read the entire FAQ. If this version of this FAQ
is comprised of more than one part, the first part will contain the
complete TABLE OF CONTENTS. Thus, readers may refer to the TABLE OF
CONTENTS to find out which part of the FAQ contains the specific
questions that they want answered. Second, some computer services and
applications are unable to handle extremely large computer files. If
this version of this FAQ is comprised of more than one part, no one
part will exceed 32k. See the TABLE OF CONTENTS in this FAQ for more
detailed information about how the contents of this version of this
FAQ are organized.
This FAQ uses standard Uniform Resource Locator (URL) protocol
references to accomodate readers with a web browser:

<ftp://[ftp site][directory][archive] > = file transfer protocol

<gopher://[gopher address] > = gopher protocol

<http://[World Wide Web address] > = hypertext transfer protocol

<mailto:[e-mail account]@[domain] > = SMTP e-mail protocol

<news:[newsgroup or article reference] > = USENET protocol

<telnet:[telnet site] > = IP telnet protocol

These URL references will act as hyptertext links for those using
Netscape to read this FAQ on the USENET newsgroups or are reading a
hypertext version of this FAQ.

1.4) How can I obtain this FAQ?

This FAQ is archived at rtfm.mit.edu in the pub/usenet/news.answers
directory under the archive name sac/faq/part* (where * = 1 through 6)
and available by anonymous ftp and e-mail request. See Section 10.2.3.1 for more information on ftp and e-mail request. This FAQ is
updated monthly and the most current version is posted to the
news.answers USENET newsroup (<news:news.answers >) and sac.general
(<news:sac.general >); a hypertext version of this FAQ is available at
the USENET FAQ project:

<http://www.dcn.davis.ca.us/~netesq/USENET-FAQs/sac/faq.html >

Snail-mail requests for the Offline 21Jun96 Version of this FAQ
will be honored within the United States (U.S.), if those requests are
accompanied by $5.00 in U.S. funds, in the form of a check or money
order for each copy of this FAQ requested to cover the cost of
printing, shipping, and handling; volume discounts and licensing
agreements are available. At my discretion, I may ship a more recent
offline version of this FAQ unless you specify otherwise.

1.5) Are there any other FAQs available by the author of this FAQ?

Yes. I have published five other FAQS similar to the FAQ that you are
now reading:

The King Hall Law School USENET FAQ (King Hall USENET FAQ),
appearing on ucd.king-hall <news:ucd.king-hall >) and available by
anonymous ftp and e-mail request at the rtmf.mit.edu ftp server:

<ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/ucdavis/king-hall-faq/ >
. . . [through] . . .
<ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/ucdavis/king-hall-faq/ >
(see part 1 for a complete list of the TABLE OF CONTENTS)

with a hypertext version available at the USENET FAQ Project:

<http://www.dcn.davis.ca.us/~netesq/USENET-FAQs/king-hall-faq/faq.html >

The U.C. Davis USENET FAQ, appearing on ucd.general
(<news:ucd.general >), and available by anonymous ftp and e-mail
request at the rtfm.mit.edu ftp server:

<ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/ucdavis/faq/ >
. . . [through] . . .
<ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/ucdavis/faq/ >
(see part 1 for a complete list of the TABLE OF CONTENTS)

with a hypertext version available at the USENET FAQ Project:

<http://www.dcn.davis.ca.us/~netesq/USENET-FAQs/ucdavis/faq.html >

The Davis, California USENET FAQ (Davis USENET FAQ), appearing on
davis.general (<news:davis.general >) and available by anonymous ftp
and e-mail request at the rtfm.mit.edu server:

<ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/davis/faq/part1 >
. . . [through] . . .
<ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/davis/faq/part6 >
(see part 1 for a complete list of the TABLE OF CONTENTS)

with a hypertext version available at the USENET FAQ Project:

<http://www.dcn.davis.ca.us/~netesq/USENET-FAQs/davis/faq.html >

The Yolo County, California USENET FAQ (Yolo County USENET FAQ),
appearing on yolo.general (<news:yolo.general >)and available by
anonymous ftp and e-mail request at the rtfm.mit.edu server:

<ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/yolo/faq/part1 >
<ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/yolo/faq/part2 >
<ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/yolo/faq/part3 >
(see part 1 for a complete list of the TABLE OF CONTENTS)

with a hypertext version available at the USENET FAQ Project:

<http://www.dcn.davis.ca.us/~netesq/USENET-FAQs/yolo/faq.html >

The San Francisco Bay Area USENET FAQ (Bay Area USENET FAQ),
appearing on ba.general (<news:ba.general >)and available by anonymous
ftp and e-mail request at the rtfm.mit.edu server:

<ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/sf-ba/faq/ >
. . . [through] . . .
<ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/sf-ba/faq/ >
(see part 1 for a complete list of the TABLE OF CONTENTS)

with a hypertext version available at the USENET FAQ Project:

<http://www.dcn.davis.ca.us/~netesq/USENET-FAQs/sf-ba/faq.html >

These FAQs are updated once a month and the most current versions
are posted on news.answers (<news:news.answers >) and the appropriate
designated USENET newsgroup. The Offline 21Jun96 Versions of these
FAQs are available within the U.S. by snail-mail request, if your
request is accompanied by $5.00 U.S. currency in the form of a check
or money order for each copy of each FAQ that you order, to cover the
cost of printing, shipping, and handling; volume discounts and
licensing agreements are available. Including the FAQs that are
listed here, I have about a dozen FAQS that are currently under
construction and/or pending approval of the *.answers team.

 

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