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Re^2: No votes

by targetsmart (Curate)
on Apr 27, 2009 at 18:29 UTC ( #760394=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: No votes
in thread No votes

Is it strictly no two accounts for a single user?
I think it is not
see Site Rules Governing User Accounts
He would have thought why can't I have; rather than why should I have?.
Is there any chance of giving the privilege back to at-least one account?
for jonam and manoj_speed , just apologize to gods if you have voted for one account from another account, and stick to one account for voting


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Re^3: No votes
by Co-Rion (Monk) on Apr 27, 2009 at 19:08 UTC

    Neither account reacted to my inquiry whether they are the same person. They share details which make it quite clear that they are the same person.

    1. A person may have only one account which they use for voting.

    This was violated.

    I welcome you speaking out for them but as they had enough time to react and didn't, I don't think an apology will be forthcoming.

      I personally messaged this to chromatic, since I don't know how to inform to gods about this. Jonam is my friend. That's it. I request gods to look into this and kindly grant my voting permission.

      -- The wisest mind has something yet to learn.

        /msg gods would suffice, though at least one of them was already aware, since they messaged both accounts in the first place.

        Martin

        I personally messaged this to chromatic, since I don't know how to inform to gods about this.

        A reply to Co-rion would have sufficed. You can't figure out how to use the "reply to" function in your Message Inbox?

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