From: Clive D.W. Feather (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jul 30 1998 - 04:52:05 CDT
In message <Pine.SUN.3.96.980729114110.4315B-100000@kira>, John Stanley
>Stop it Brad. You have been told more than once that the issue of forging
>a supersedes is different than the ability to post your own FAQ. Nobody is
>saying that it is good for everyone to be able to replace another article.
>We are trying to tell you that your desire to allow FAQs only from
>authorized people is not something that is good for USENET. There is no
>reason to prohibit anyone from posting a FAQ if they feel like it. If you
>don't like their opinions, you don't have to read them, or you can post
>your own FAQ refuting theirs.
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