Electronic Communications Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is the Electronics Communications Technical Committee?
The Electronic Communications Technical Committee (ECTC) is an organization within the Artemis Society International responsible for
creating and maintaining the internet presence of the Artemis Project, as well as
creating a framework for the members of the Artemis Society to communicate with one
another. Read the
overview of the ECTC for a more detailed description of the committee and to
see a list of active members and observers.
2. What can I do to help the ECTC?
There will always be room for someone else to jump aboard
the help wagon. There is a general task list
and an ECTC task list, delineating
the important tasks that either need extra help, or that need someone to take
initial responsibility. The current members of the ECTC participate through
mailing lists and monthly Internet Relay Chat (IRC) meetings.
3. How do I contribute a web page?
If you feel you have content that should be published on
the Artemis Project web site, just follow the
guidelines for documentation procedures.
4. How do I point out flaws that may exist within a web page?
If you look to the bottom of the offending page, you will
see the names and e-mail addresses of both the author and maintainer of the page.
All suggestions about web page content should be sent to the author. All
suggestions for web page layout and formatting should be sent to the maintainer.
However, use prudence, as these people do not wish to be mail-bombed with frivolous
5. How do the members of the ECTC keep in contact with each other?
First and foremost,
mailing lists of all shapes and sizes
exist, some only available to members of specific committees, and some
available to even the most inactive members of the Artemis Society. As well, many
members of the ECTC have recently downloaded ICQ
to keep quick and easy contact with one
another. Of course, the Artemis Society has this web presence and a presence on the
commercial service providers
like AOL and CompuServe.
An important way to keep in contact with fellow
members of the ECTC
is to attend the IRC meetings.
These meetings are once a month, one for just ECTC members and one for all
Artemis Society members. An IRC client
is necessary, as well as further
information from the pertinent mailing list
about when and where these meetings take place.
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