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Re: Re: No Anonymous Reply Option

by woolfy (Hermit)
on Nov 25, 2003 at 08:42 UTC ( #309837=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: No Anonymous Reply Option
in thread No Anonymous Reply Option

No, that offers no explanation to me why this thread is intolerant. The first 4 anonymous replies (the ones I mentioned earlier) have a combined rep of 99 at the time of this writing. At the time of this writing, the other anonymous replies have a combined rep of 46. All 13 anonymous replies have a positive rep. Your 7 nodes have a combined rep of -17 (still, 2 of them have a positive rep).

There's a lively discussion here, lots of arguments, lots of appreciation for the arguments themselves, and even though many people disagree with you (and artist and zengargoyle and others), they still value the way you present your arguments.

In an intolerant website, there might be a flame-war, much more -- rep, or maybe the whole thread would be ignored. It isn't, obviously. These monks are civilized people, -- when the disagree, ++ when they agree (or disagree but appreciate efforts and arguments). And as far as I've seen, seldom with a grudge.

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[marto]: a security event in the building, police dogs and and so on...
[Discipulus]: a test I hope..
[marto]: just a security event, they have people from the 'corporate' security, external security companies, the police etc
[marto]: perhaps I'll get the time to pin down some of the corporate security people, since they refuse to answer any questions
[marto]: for our system, the windows pre production domains alone require 490 accounts :/
[marto]: they don't have a password management solution, and we're not supposed to write any of this down
Discipulus boring meeting time.. ;=(

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