Draft Networking 101 (Sticky Candidate)

Discussion in 'Tips & Resources Collaboration' started by schwefel, Nov 13, 2011.

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  1. schwefel

    schwefel Cool Member

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    That slipped my mind. Execellent point. I will add that aspect in.
     
  2. Go Beavs

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    Nice work! Welcome to our little forum!
     
  3. schwefel

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    I have updated the document and placed it in the template.

    I have added and reworked some sections. As always, I welcome everyone's comments and suggestions.

    Thank you to everyone so far who has made suggesting or comments.

    If anyone out there is more skilled at writing/editing than I am, give me a shout. I would appreciate the assistance.

    Jason
     
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    Thanks.

    I would not call the forum little, though. :p
     
  5. Scott Kocourek

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    Jason this is a tough one for me because I don't have the knowledge to correct your information but I do have a few suggestions on the way it's written.

    I would remove all of the first person references, and everything that you may want to add in the future.

    All caps in the title. Maybe change it to General Networking, we have a document on DIRECTV networking that may be more usefull to the guy that just wants to connect a DECA or connect his receivers to the internet. Your document is a much broader that will help a whole different type of person.

    It may be tough to do now but watch the page breaks, they look better if each page ends without having to continue the description onto the next page. This may need to be done later after the majority of the editing is done.

    I'm sure there will be more, it's a long document.

    Feel free to disagree or give your thoughts, every bit helps.
     
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