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Niels



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Sorry vid, I won't respond in any thread you make.

Niels.
Post 20 Oct 2006, 14:25
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vid
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Smile no problem
Post 20 Oct 2006, 14:35
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vid
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oh, by the way, i can also edit other people's threads when i want...

Wink
Post 20 Oct 2006, 14:36
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Niels



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That would be real stupid, you might delete much you wouldn't understand.

Niels.


ps.
Someone warned you before you became moderator about the abuse of power, the one that gave you the power should take it away and maybe give you another change after you have grown up, that would be much better. Smile
Post 20 Oct 2006, 14:52
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what do you mean? what happended?
I suppose it's a joke... ?
Post 20 Oct 2006, 15:06
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vid
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in Assembler Comparison thread, i have deleted posts that i considered not holding any in-topic info. (It' the same thread where i stated not to post offtopics, warned that i will delete them, and warned that i will clean the thread time-by-time)

and some of those posts happened to be Niels's... and he seems to be thinking that i did it as demonstration of my power and to degrade his opinions.
Post 20 Oct 2006, 15:15
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Niels



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Beside other points you misunderstand:

vid wrote:
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to degrade his opinions


You can't.

Niels.
Post 20 Oct 2006, 18:46
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Tomasz Grysztar
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Rearranging and cleaning up of the threads is a common technique used here since ages, in order to make threads more useful for people coming and searching the archives for useful information. Myself I have removed tons of threads that were related to obsolete stuff, and thus could become misleading for people reading them now. Silently moving post to the place where they fit and belong more from the authority (I mean administrator/moderator) point of view was also a common technique here.
Thus it is not the vid to blame for standards of this board, but me. vid actually tried to do it in a more courteous way and did put a note explaining apologizing for what he did. I usually do not.
Post 20 Oct 2006, 19:27
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Niels



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Tomasz wrote:
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Rearranging and cleaning up of the threads


That's not why I responded.

Niels.

1. Asking an opion for deletion, when someone gives a serious on-topic reaction is ackward.
2. When a misunderstanding person has the power for deletion outside his own thread is ackward.

vid wrote:
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It' the same thread where i stated not to post offtopics, warned that i will delete them, and warned that i will clean the thread time-by-time


Beside that my reaction wasn't off-topic, your quote above wasn't in the first post. I tried to look it up, maybe this is deleted, cause I couldn't find it.
Post 20 Oct 2006, 19:56
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Tomasz wrote:
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Silently moving post to the place where they fit and belong more from the authority (I mean administrator/moderator) point of view was also a common technique here.


I agree, if it is done in the right way.

In this case my reaction was of something that occured of the particular thread.
That the particular moderators reaction normally is deletion and now starting a new thread with a poll next to it is very ackward.
Post 20 Oct 2006, 20:06
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Niels



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Me saying not willing to respond anymore in a vid made thread is not an ackward reaction.

Niels.
Post 20 Oct 2006, 20:08
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Tomasz Grysztar
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Then I must say, I don't really get what happened here. Perhaps I missed what the thread looked like just before it got edited...
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Niels



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vid wrote:
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and he seems to be thinking that i did it as demonstration of my power


Well, I didn't thiink exactly that...but...

vid wrote:
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oh, by the way, i can also edit other people's threads when i want...

Wink


Is indeed an example of that very thing happening.

Niels.
Post 20 Oct 2006, 20:16
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Niels



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What did astonish me is the poll-question and the outcome after one vote:
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Delete offtopic posts in project threads?


YES 0% [0]
NO 100% [1]

I didn't vote.

Niels.
Post 20 Oct 2006, 20:30
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I did, however I understood it wrong apparently, I thought that the item NO means "don't delete off-topic threads nor off-topic posts with some info related to the context of the thread". If it's not the intention of the poll then I voted wrong...

PS: But I think that instead of delete posts them should be moved to a new thread when possible like Tomasz did with the virus code discussion
Post 20 Oct 2006, 23:56
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vid
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oh, by the way, i can also edit other people's threads when i want...
that was just an joke of course. by the way, you are first one to complain about such cleanups.

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1. Asking an opion for deletion, when someone gives a serious on-topic reaction is ackward.

for third time, in the first post of thread, i setuped the rules:
- offtopics deleted
- posts without relevant info to subject deleted
- entire thread cleaned time by time
did I, or didn't I?

tomasz: don't you have some backup with original text of first post?

I don't really remember contents of your post, there were many of them. It is possible that you did provide some ontopic info which would be useful to document, and i overlooked it. If so, then sorry. Do you remember what was your useful info on topic in deleted post? Or you just remember there was some, but don't know what?


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2. When a misunderstanding person has the power for deletion outside his own thread is ackward.

- how do you define understanding person? is there one?
- how would you solve need for having clean board, without moderators?

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But I think that instead of delete posts them should be moved to a new thread when possible like Tomasz did with the virus code discussion

i was thinking about this too, but
- that new thread will be unreadable with some posts missing
- to make new thread readable after cleanup, you may need to cut text refereing offtopic from posts with more than 1 subject.

sometimes this is solution, sometimes not.
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Niels



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Hello LocoDelAssembly,

Searching with the right keywords bring people possibly to the right information.

If someone puts their time in seriously filtering per topic, it would be better to make an entire new thread and cut or copy the posts to the newly created thread, the 'old threads' then can be cut and bring to a specific category.

Niels.


ps.
I rather have 3 'some' info's which contain directions than no info.
Post 21 Oct 2006, 13:13
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Niels



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Hello vid,

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for third time, in the first post of thread, i setuped the rules:
- offtopics deleted
- posts without relevant info to subject deleted
- entire thread cleaned time by time
did I, or didn't I?


I saw the last 'update' was only a couple of days ago, I looked yesterday in the first and the other posts, I couldn't find it, if you say it was there I believe you, but I hope you see when deleting posts, even when its your own post, things can get you into a strange situation.

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how would you solve need for having clean board, without moderators?


Well, I rather have no king than a bad, no good king. Smile

Niels.
Post 21 Oct 2006, 13:22
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Niels



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vid wrote:
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how do you define understanding person? is there one?


Please, don't make me worry vid...

Niels.
Post 21 Oct 2006, 13:31
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Niels, what exactly did vid delete?

Considering that you often post 3 times in a row rather than doing a single post (or editing your previous post when you realize there's more to reply to), I think that some editing of your posts is okay Smile - and vid seems like a decent and responsible guy to me.
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