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Cleanup help needed - Networking subareas

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Hello everyone,

Most of you know that I am responsible for the cleanup of the old questions. When the Asker leaves a question open and there is no activity in the question for more than 21 days, the question is called abandoned and it needs to be closed administratively. But for doing this, we need someone to review the question and make a recommendation. And that is what the Cleanup Volunteers are doing.

More information can be found here: http://www.experts-exchange.com/help.jsp#hs7

This thread is for searching CVs for the following areas:
Macintosh Networking ( same person can also cover Mac main area and Mac Programming)
OS/2 Networking ( same person is best to cover OS/2, OS/2 Setup and OS/2 Programming as well)
Netware (same person to cover eventually Groupwise but one person per area is also possible)
WinNT Networking
Email/GroupWare ( same person can get Email under Applications as well)
Sendmail
Microsoft Network
VoIP/Voice over IP
Video Conferencing
Citrix
Sharepoint

If you decide to help, please post here and I will assign you a range. Please do not post recommendation in any question that is not assigned to you.

If you want to help in anotehr area as well - just post and we will see what can be done :)

Please if you see a recommendation in a question you had participated in, read it and post if you object, explaining why. This will help us a lot

Thanks in advance
AnnieMod
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by:pseudocyber
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Hi Annie,

I'll work on Broadband & DSL/Cable Modems.
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by:AnnieMod
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:) Wait the lists there to be closed and then get them ( which should happen Wednesday 22-Mar-06 I believe). So start Friday for example?
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by:pseudocyber
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's fine.
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What does it mean to be "Always On"?

Is your cloud always on? With an Always On cloud you won't have to worry about downtime for maintenance or software application code updates, ensuring that your bottom line isn't affected.

 
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by:vsg375
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Hi Annie,

I can work on WinNT networking and / or Microsoft Network.

Cheers
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by:AnnieMod
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vsg375,

The problem is that you had never answered any question in any of the both areas.
Let's do this - you work as an expert for a while so I can see that you knwo the area and after this we can talk again. Deal?

Annie
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by:vsg375
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Sounds good to me ;o)

Cheers
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by:AnnieMod
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vsg375,

You do not seem to be interested anymore?
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by:vsg375
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Hi Annie,

Matter'o'fact, I'm still interested, but I'm not sure I have enough points for full credibilty, and I'm working on 2K3, but if you estimate that I'm now ready, no problem with me, I can handle both.

Happy Easter (a bit late, but better late than never, huh ? ;o)

Jean-Michel
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My Easter is this week which comes - the last one was Palm Sunday
I thought we have an agreement you to work as an expert in these areas. That is why I made my comment :)

Annie
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