You see a post for the umpty-umpth time that says "How can I do multi-processing?"
You go to the FAQ to see if there is a canned answer you can refer the newbie to. Rats! You see there is no FAQ.
You click on **FAQ** at the top of the QBasic Forum index. You click at the top of the FAQ page where it says "Regulars: Please read How can I help build the FAQ?"
As instructed, you go to the FAQ subforum and search for anything that might address the problem. You might try the SEARCH feature of the subforum with keywords such as "illusion" or "processes" or just stare at the index. Remember there are multiple pages.
If you find one, you can refer the user to it immediately. Then you reply to the FAQ you found as instructed.
I will find the reply and remove it and update the **FAQ** list.
If you don't find one, then create one and then reply to it as above.
Good system?? This is the only subforum I know of that allows the users to create and reply to FAQs. So if you see a FAQ that is incomplete or inaccurate in your mind, just reply to it with your opinion. Automatically this is available to the next person who clicks on that question.