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FAQ Topic - Which newsgroups deal with javascript?
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The official Usenet newsgroup dealing with javascript is
comp.lang.javas cript. There are other newsgroups but many of
them are not carried by most news feeds. clj is an unmoderated newsgroup.
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May 25 '07 #1
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FAQ server wrote on 26 mei 2007 in comp.lang.javas cript:
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FAQ Topic - Which newsgroups deal with javascript?
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The official Usenet newsgroup dealing with javascript is
comp.lang.javas cript. There are other newsgroups but many of
them are not carried by most news feeds. clj is an unmoderated newsgroup.
I would not think usenet has official and unofficial NGs,
but I like the clj haughtiness the above statement represents.

Perhaps in this answer a point could be made, that clientside javascript is
assumed, but that javascript in stand alone and serverside configurations
are welcome and on topic, but should be specified as such.

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Evertjan.
The Netherlands.
(Please change the x'es to dots in my emailaddress)
May 26 '07 #2
Evertjan. wrote:
FAQ server wrote on 26 mei 2007 in comp.lang.javas cript:
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FAQ Topic - Which newsgroups deal with javascript?
-----------------------------------------------------------------------

The official Usenet newsgroup dealing with javascript is
comp.lang.java script. There are other newsgroups but many of
them are not carried by most news feeds. clj is an unmoderated newsgroup.

I would not think usenet has official and unofficial NGs,
but I like the clj haughtiness the above statement represents.

Perhaps in this answer a point could be made, that clientside javascript
is assumed, but that javascript in stand alone and serverside
configurations are welcome and on topic, but should be specified as such.
Serverside javascript is only handled in here if YOU are in.
;-)

Regards,
Erwin Moller
May 26 '07 #3
Evertjan. said the following on 5/26/2007 4:57 AM:
FAQ server wrote on 26 mei 2007 in comp.lang.javas cript:
>-----------------------------------------------------------------------
FAQ Topic - Which newsgroups deal with javascript?
-----------------------------------------------------------------------

The official Usenet newsgroup dealing with javascript is
comp.lang.java script. There are other newsgroups but many of
them are not carried by most news feeds. clj is an unmoderated newsgroup.

I would not think usenet has official and unofficial NGs,
but I like the clj haughtiness the above statement represents.
There are official and un-official javascript newsgroups though.
According to the charter, c.l.j is the official javascript newsgroup.
The "official" refers to the group, not whether it is an official Usenet
group or not.

I only remember that because I have asked about it before.

--
Randy
Chance Favors The Prepared Mind
comp.lang.javas cript FAQ - http://jibbering.com/faq/index.html
Javascript Best Practices - http://www.JavascriptToolbox.com/bestpractices/
May 26 '07 #4
Randy Webb wrote on 27 mei 2007 in comp.lang.javas cript:
Evertjan. said the following on 5/26/2007 4:57 AM:
>FAQ server wrote on 26 mei 2007 in comp.lang.javas cript:
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-- FAQ Topic - Which newsgroups deal with javascript?
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--

The official Usenet newsgroup dealing with javascript is
comp.lang.jav ascript. There are other newsgroups but many of
them are not carried by most news feeds. clj is an unmoderated
newsgroup.

I would not think usenet has official and unofficial NGs,
but I like the clj haughtiness the above statement represents.

There are official and un-official javascript newsgroups though.
According to the charter, c.l.j is the official javascript newsgroup.
The "official" refers to the group, not whether it is an official
Usenet group or not.

I only remember that because I have asked about it before.
So the haughtinessness is just selfprofessed.

I can accept that. ;-}
--
Evertjan.
The Netherlands.
(Please change the x'es to dots in my emailaddress)
May 27 '07 #5
In comp.lang.javas cript message <46************ ***********@new s.sunsite.
dk>, Fri, 25 May 2007 23:00:01, FAQ server <ja********@dot internet.be>
posted:
>-----------------------------------------------------------------------
FAQ Topic - Which newsgroups deal with javascript?
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The official Usenet newsgroup dealing with javascript is
comp.lang.java script. There are other newsgroups but many of
them are not carried by most news feeds. clj is an unmoderated newsgroup.

It's not clear whether Usenet is meant to refer to the Big-8 groups or
more widely.

The answer should accommodate all groups that are well-propagated by the
News mechanism and legitimate by the standards of their hierarchies, but
not any that spuriously appear on Google.

It should mention, but need not list, those in "national" hierarchies
(DE FJ FR IT JAPAN NO PL). Outside the USA, how widely are those
actually available from genuine News servers (I expect Google has them
all)?

It should explicitly include m.p.s.jscript: "The news:microsoft. *
hierarchy has groups for Jscript, including m.p.s.j".

It should mention the existence, outside the Big 8, of more general web
authoring groups which include javascript.

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