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Win95 FAQ Part 1 of 14: Administrivia
Section - 1.4. Whose work did you include in this FAQ besides yours?

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   These people:
     * Rich Graves: He runs the win95netbugs FAQ. He has excellent tech
       information but is very anti-Microsoft. He heeds help; he can't
       maintain the netbugs FAQ, so if you think you can do it, ask him.
     * Jim Farewell: My ex-boss, who allowed me all the resource material
       from Microsoft he had, and his computers. If it wasn't for this
       guy's patience and resources, the FAQ wouldn't be so
       comprehensive.
     * Creative Element: They run the Win95 annoyances FAQ, and they have
       plenty of brute-force methods for making Win95 work the way THEY
       want it to work.
     * Richard Evans: Who lent me his web server space to allow you all
       to preview this FAQ.
     * Glen Ninow: He runs The InterNet Store (With special emphasis
       on the capital 'N' in 'InterNet') and graciously offered his web
       server space to me for the permanent home of this FAQ, and his
       computers for me to bash after Jim Farewell handed me my pink
       slip. :p
     * Ben Goetter: He is writing a book on writing MAPI applications for
       MS Exchange, and has an excellent Exchange FAQ.
     * Sue Mosher: Excellent work keeping us updated on the Windows
       Messaging updates.
     * William Hartley: He prepared a .HLP version of this FAQ
     * Sean Erwin: He maintains the OSR2 FAQ.
       
   And then there are those who gave suggestions since the first
   release... sorry it took so long guys:
     * Eric Gisin for many corrections and a hack to MS's TCP/IP
       Properties sheet to let you make adjustments without Registry
       hacking, and for the Emergency Recovery Disk suggestions. Visit
       his new Registry site at
       http://www.webhaven.com/ericg/Windows/Registry.html
     * Ed Babin for some tape backup corrections
     * Michael Thomas and too many others not listed here, for
       encouragement
     * Kurt C. Joseph for the advice in running Win 3.1 within Win95
     * Jack H. Pincus for the good news regarding Corel's version of
       WordPerfect for Win95
     * William Hunt (E-MAIL address unknown) for the RNAAPP lockup fix
       and Eric Mitchell for telling me that it DIDN'T work
     * Eric again for the Documents Menu clean-up program, from MS Power
       Toys
     * Jeff Lawson for the Modem Break script to get SLiRP working with
       Win95 dial-up networking
     * Gordon McAndrew for the pioneering work into making TAPI work over
       packet radio
     * Anthony Humphreys for the nice package of MS Exchange add-ons, and
       FAQ page 10 corrections
     * Cassell for spelling corrections
     * "S. Dawson" for pioneering work into Banyan's VINES client for
       Win95
     * Alan R. Miller for corrections in FAQ page 9
     * Demetrio Lamzaki for encouragement in the face of OS/2 religious
       fanatics
     * Daniel Bourdon for the Rendering Subsystem/MS Fax clairification
     * perin@onyx.interactive.net for making a BOOTP client for Win95
     * Many others for telling me about the WinWord 7.0a / MS Fax mail
       merge bugfix
     * S. T. Brown for nominating this FAQ answer as the funniest
       quote in the FAQ. Go to the bottom of section 3.1 to find the
       line.
     * Several users: for SUBST.EXE clairification
     * Mr. Harigan for telling me about IMAP4, MHS, and Newsgroup clients
       for Exchange (Search for ExpressIT! 2000 on the WWW)
     * Volker Hejny for adventures in DriveSpace 3 :-) and some
       clairifications
     * Dwight Jones for telling me about changing MAC addresses in the
       dial-up adapter
     * Breidavik Gistiheimili for VCPI information: Games that need VCPI
       services won't run in a Win95 DOS session
     * John English for publishing this and many many other FAQs on their
       Student Info CD-ROM from the University of Brighton, in the UK
       (And for giving me a copy)
     * Vincent Hsieh for translating the FAQ to Chinese (I don't have the
       URL; somebody PLEASE give it to me)
     * Jeremy Parkinson for alerting me to the missing Alias Monitor file
       from HP's web site (Another reason to keep HP on my Lamers page)
     * Witalka, Jerome JRV for pointing out more errors in FAQ page 9
     * COPStalk info; finally, a Designed for Win95 AppleTalk client
     * Serg V. Shubenkov for mirroring my site in Moscow!
     * Jon Jacobik for the ultimate Win95 FAQ question: "How do you get
       Microsoft's attention to a problem like this?" (Answer: Return
       your copy of Win95 and phone MS Tech support asking for your
       registration card back!)
     * Oliver Knorr for experience in making User Profiles work on a
       non-centralized network
     * Howard Harkness for more Corel WP 7.0 lameness reports... I
       expected better from Corel.
     * The brave souls who harassed anyone who gave me sh*t for
       cross-posting the FAQ. I got a couple of nasty responses but I
       never heard from then ever again... heh heh heh... Perfect example
       of how The Net polices itself
       

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