Personally I favor the idea of 'principles before personalities' in simplest terms this means that the questions, comments whatever should be judged only on their merit regardless of who that are posted by. The worst troll may stumble upon a real good question that we all can benifit from and even the most learned monk can have a bad day and post something silly (I have yet to see the latter). This gives the new member a chance to correct his ways as time goes on and they learn thier way. Some people like me learn by lurking while others tend to start off by bumping into things
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