I agree with Jeremy, many of the older monks have a tendence to fire off an answer before the younger ones. The only question I have is this: "'Is there a local news group type forum that all messages are posted to, that younger monks don't have access to yet?' 'Is it a user node that can turned on/off?'"
On the other hand, the older monks are a big help to the younger monks. Their quick answer provided more productivity in the community and solid answers base for the younger monks to learn from. The answers the older monks give are a big help to the newer, younger monks.....Thanks, Elders of the Temple
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