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Re^2: Bad Post?

by Anonymous Monk
on Mar 16, 2007 at 11:18 UTC ( #605129=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to (zdog) RE: Bad Post?
in thread Allocate a quota to users on a Linux system

Get a grip dude. Clearly this guy knows very little about the style in which he should probably write a post. That said, it is clear he is a newbie from a country where 'net access' isn't available to everyone. The arrogance of your post does nothing to promote the spread of information - someone gave you a break at some point I'm sure. If someone makes a mistake it's best to politley point that out otherwise just keep quite - right?


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Re^3: Bad Post?
by marto (Chancellor) on Mar 16, 2007 at 12:39 UTC
    Yikes,

    A post that is almost seven years old made by someone who has not logged on for two years. Well I guess things have moved on a lot since this post. These days people with moderation powers can move posts easily if they have been posted in the wrong section, Formatting can be added by janitors, normal users can 'consider' nodes for janitoring. Since the user claims not to have internet access, and requests that the solution be emailed to them, you have no way of proving that they did not get the answer sent to them. Many people take exception to requests to send people solutions via email, for various reasons. However this is one persons opinion of the post, and not necessarily that of the entire site/community

    Perhaps you should have a read at the PerlMonks Faq and How do I post a question effectively?

    Thanks

    Martin

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