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Re: Where is the boundary between 'in bounds' and 'out of bounds'?

by Biker (Priest)
on May 09, 2002 at 07:00 UTC ( #165270=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Where is the boundary between 'in bounds' and 'out of bounds'?

"I say (and vote) no, on the gounds that these..."

I think you're right on target there. Use your vote on considered notes to express how you feel about the specific node. That's why we can vote in Nodes To Consider.

This is a community. The behavior of a community isn't static. It changes over time and fluctuates from day to day depending on who's currently present. It's impossible to foresee the reactions of the Monks being present in the Monastery tomorrow. (Or even today.)

Besides, how would it be possible to quantify the quality of a question and it's potential answers? There's no way to objectively weight the quality of a question. The voting system will express the subjective reaction of Monks taking time to read and evaluate the quality and importance of nodes that have been considered.

I think your question is sane, since it means you're thinking twice before posting. That's a good thing. But I don't think there could be any straight answer to your question. Nodes To Consider is the ultimate answer when a question (or an answer) is doubtful.


Everything went worng, just as foreseen.


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