Date: Thu, 13 Oct 2005 14:49:39 -0400
Reply-To: Peter Flom <flom@NDRI.ORG>
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From: Peter Flom <flom@NDRI.ORG>
Subject: Uses of the SAS-L archives.....
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In a recent post, David Cassell suggested (sagaciously, as usual) that a
search the archives (in this case, for postings about NLMIXED by Dale)
I was wondering......
There's a LOT of great info in them there archives. What would be
involved (legally and otherwise) in putting it into some more usable
format......? If these could be overcome, wouldn't it make for some
great books by users?
At a minimum, of course, you'd have to get permission of the person
posting the messages.....but would more be required? If you wanted to
post someone's answer, would you have to ask the original poster for
permission as well?
Just some random, nonlinear mixed thoughts which probably have to be
Peter L. Flom, PhD
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