Originally posted by Fred Abbot: that is great one question though wouldnt it make more sense for him to be the moderator of IBM products he does work there and write books about them as well just a thought
Fred -- I'll still be posting responses to the IBM products forum -- but Rahul is doing a great job, so why mess up a good thing? On the other hands I'm really hyped up on Web Services now, so I'm quite motivated to push it. Pushing IBM products sounds too much like work, and this is play Kyle
Welcome Kyle! Always good to have a fellow North Carolinian on board (I've lived in Raleigh, Asheville, and Greensboro). ------------------ Michael J Bruesch Codito, ergo sum... I code, therefore I am. My Java Games, I'm quite proud
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Fred, The basic job of a Moderator is to 1) Promote the forum by keeping things going. 2) Seeing that there are no 0 responses to queries 3) Keep the decorum of the place 4) Offer help with the free time he has. Kyle is doing a great job and was offered to co-moderate the forum but as you know he has opted for something else. It is good to have people like Kyle working in my present forum.
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Fred -- I'll still be posting responses to the IBM products forum -- but Rahul is doing a great job
Thanks and Welcome to Javaranch as Moderator. ------------------ Mahindrakar IBM Application Server Forum Moderator Consultant - Zensar Technologies ,Pune India. SCJP2, SCJD2 & SCJEA (Part I) [This message has been edited by Rahul Mahindrakar (edited October 30, 2001).]