From this point on a number of comp.lang.clipper regulars have got together to look after the FAQ and keep it up to date (not that Mark hasn't been doing a sterling job in that department, this is simply an exercise in spreading the workload).
I updated version numbers, verified and read contents of all WWW URLs, and added a few new questions in the "Everything Else" category. I contacted each person who contributed an answer for permission to use the answer and to include his/her name and/or email address.
The WWW version actually validates as HTML4 Transitional since I made some tweaks in the linuxdoc-sgml output. There are even spiffy little navigation buttons at the bottom of each page. (Kewl!)
I am now upping the rev to 2.20 and producing the document with the excellent linuxdoc-sgml package on my Linux system. This makes it easy for me to keep parallel versions of the document in TeX, ASCII, and HTML.
Version 2.20 still isn't very clean: a lot of questions are miscategorized, and I don't have answers for some questions, and the whole thing still needs much more VO stuff. But it is more up to date than before.