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Hi All, I am learning php an I am amazed how easy a PHP noob like me can acheive so much in little time. I am planning to take part in the community and noticed these 3 newsgroups : -alt.comp.lang.php -comp.lang.php -alt.php Do these groups differ in purpose or is it allowed to crosspost in all 3 of these? My guess is that my newsserver gets access to these 3 ones but other people maybe can read only 1. Cheers, Tom Peste...

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    Hi All,

    I am learning php an I am amazed how easy a PHP noob like me can acheive
    so much in little time.

    I am planning to take part in the community and noticed these 3 newsgroups :

    -alt.comp.lang.php
    -comp.lang.php
    -alt.php

    Do these groups differ in purpose or is it allowed to crosspost in all 3
    of these?

    My guess is that my newsserver gets access to these 3 ones but other people
    maybe can read only 1.

    Cheers,
    Tom Peste


    tom Guest

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    tom pester <be> wrote in
    news:pandora.be:
     

    the alt groups were started first. The comp.lang.php group is the
    "official" group and that's where posts should be going now. Some news
    servers don't carry the alt groups, so if you post in those groups, not
    everyone will see your posts.

    Ken
    Ken Guest

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    tom pester wrote: 

    The best thing to do is hang out in all three -- sooner or later you
    will take a shine to one -- settle there. The small groups sometimes
    get overlooked because of the lower volume but can be friendlier - the
    bigger groups sometimes have weird big ego holier than thou vibes coming
    from the most vocal people (c.l.p seems clean actually -- the Oracle
    groups are horrible).

    James
    Manchild Guest

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    Default Re: Starting PHP, netequite question

    tom pester wrote: 

    The best thing to do is hang out in all three -- sooner or later you
    will take a shine to one -- settle there. The small groups sometimes
    get overlooked because of the lower volume but can be friendlier - the
    bigger groups sometimes have weird big ego holier than thou vibes coming
    from the most vocal people (c.l.p seems clean actually -- the Oracle
    groups are horrible).

    James
    Manchild Guest

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