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Ok gang. 


I've got a member that is worried about stepping on toes. Let's say Member A had produced a write up for a 2nd Gen. Then Member B wants to improve on Member A's article. This is absolutely fine. Anyone may improve on anyone else's articles. I would say keep it in the GNU license design. In a nutshell GNU license agreement states that anyone can rewrite a piece of Linux software but the author MUST give credit to the original author design. Putting this together for M73M.com anyone can rewrite an article and improve but the new author MUST acknowledge the previous author. It would be kind of nice to point out what the improvement is as well. 


I'm putting this out on the site just to keep things moving. We are all big family and we all learn from each other. This means that someone else will take a lead when new information, or improved method of doing said repair or upgrade.


Enjoy Y'all... 

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To show respect for the original author I would not edit anything except spelling or punctuation. Anything beyond that should go down in the bottom, perhaps under 'Other Members' Tips, Tricks and Suggestions'. This way might show greater respect and anyone with experience can add whatever they want without slighting the original author.

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