It's too bad Paul Klock isn't with us anymore. He probably had, in his head alone, enough of those kind of "bricks" to fill such an archive. He might even have been interested in moderating such a forum or website.
color=#0000ff>Let ppl paste there snippedclass=445401812-30092005> code into their mail. Rules ok let them wrapp their code into an element structure with a quallifiershowing the level of best pracise and a intro element with a short description owner and so on. Pic up the the structure make a helpfile of it viewed from the Help menu in Epic.
"People in my old age have called me a pessimist, but I am not; I am an optimist, who did not arrive."
So is it that hard? Probably not, but then we are dealing with people. They have to know the service is available and how to access/use it, etc. If there is a problem with the service, who takes care of it?
Can it be done? Yes.
Is it difficult? Not really, if it is well planned.
style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt; COLOR: navy; FONT-FAMILY: Arial">class=545124115-04102005>While not a perfect solution for a shared library of useful code, we have turned on the abilityto add and retrieve attachments. We originally decided not to activate this for security concerns, but we're hopeful that security will not be an issue.
The current forum software no longer allows (or I haven't been able to make it work) attachments AND there is a limit to the number of linescolor=#0000ff>.So a repository or place where we can put attachments would really be nice. Also since the software switch, the archive search seems to have taken a turn for the worse.