Homechoice: Acknowledgements

What's this FAQ thing for?

It's a simple anarchic Frequently Asked Questions system.

Got a question?

Ask it (it's OK to leave the answer blank).

See a question and know the answer?

Answer it!

Anyone can update or add to existing answers. A certain amount of trust is required - the script is probably better suited to a small company intranet than the Internet at large.

Is this a Wiki clone or something else? S'pose I'll check the rest of the site - Very nice ;)

It's something else! A home-brewed Perl script.

This system requires no login authentication, it is built on trust. This is the kind of pointless immature vandalism that spoils it though:

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OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSss now now wot happened to this page? ehh? MMmmmmm i must ave forgotten something somewhere! rite...let me get my brain and i'll be right back! XxXXCreedXXxX

The log entry for that posting is:

Mon Jun 30 00:14:34 2003: "Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1)" >>> SUBMIT 52 is I know your ISP and I can find you, person who vandalised FAQ#52. I have backups, you silly little a*se, and I can get the files back easily enough. Now you just run along home and get your brain. I could quickly enough modify the thing to be less easy to use by requiring authentication, but that's not the idea, dipsh*t.
Ed, Fri Jul 4 12:28:02 2003

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