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I am not going to tell you what to post but shouldn't we concentrate on the subject?

However, on using vulgarities and anonymously and not in the context of literature I will tell you my opinion: it is bad form. It degrades the level of content for the rest of the thread, which is unfair.

scripta manent and electronic scripta manent foreva: it will haunt this thread for the future: someone reading it and suddenly finding that more than once it branches to bullying.

I also find that it gives a bad name to the Monastery and me (or us Monks) who do not participate in this troll-hunt.

I was never an apple producer to know first-hand the "one bad apple" syndrome but I would think that, nowadays, given the alledged progress we made since the "Caves", to be able to communicate on the basis of logical arguments to demonstrate the correctness or incorrectness of someone's point. There is no alternative to that no matter how painful it is or how high the deja-vu level rises. OK there is one, just do not respond.

1' Edit: the level and technical accuracy of content must be preserved also - we can not allow wrong content to float. But I think a visible warning, as a comment, underneath from a "technical accuracy team" member will settle it.

Another edit: please feel free to downvote if you disagree with the overall approach and suggestions. It will be a guide to me.

Another edit: banning someone because he is spreading wrong solutions/advice etc. it is valid in my own opinion and could be exercised perhaps with a vote. Protecting PM's standing is legitimate.

bw, bliako (je suis dipshit)


In reply to Re^3: Amicable divorce by bliako
in thread Amicable divorce by ribasushi

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