Much of this information is internal documentation. Care has not been made to make links work and make the documentation conprehensible for outsiders.
The support staff is also responsible for regularly checking the ToDo list.
Here are some guidelines for handling the questions that are sent to the CPN Tools support mailing list.
* Not being able to read a particular mail is no excuse for not answering the mail.
Some of us use mail tools that have difficulty displaying mails that contain unusual characters, e.g. Chinese or Korean characters. If your mail tool cannot display such mails, then you must find an alternative method for reading and replying to the mail. Possible solutions: check the [[http://mailman.daimi.au.dk/pipermail/cpntools-support/|archives]] for the mailing list to see if it contains a readable version of the mail, or ask another project member forward a readable version of the mail to you.
The current support staff is responsible for answering all e-mails that are sent to the CPN Tools support mailing list.
The current support staff are always members of the current file:people work group. The current support staff will be changed every 1-2 months. All members of the people work group must take turns as an active member of the current support staff.
Nov-Dec 2004: file:ahj Anders
Who has already done tour(s) of duty as current support staff
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