Solved: Request for a "STICKY" thread

sepala

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Hi,

I would like if Mr.Mike could add a STICKY NOTE in "Software Development" section informing not to give LINKS for the codes RATHER THAN copy and paste them to TSG. Because some even provide number of links for number of classes. Since we are doing a volunteered job, it is needless to say that is is very difficult to help in these cases. So please add a STICKY NOTE informing not to do this, if possible. Thanks
 
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Errrr... do you really think everyone is a good boy or good girl enough to read stickies?
 

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Josiah
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Nope. If they were I'd suggest adding a bit more emphasis on the actual posting of the code you have before asking what's wrong with it, but the people who don't do that don't tend to read stickies.
 

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Right, I don't think anyone thinks that everyone will read a Sticky, but there are a handful of nice people out there who do and others who eventually learn. :)
 

LauraMJ

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And members who do know about it can now simply point them in the direction of the sticky post for the information. :)
 

sepala

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Errrr... do you really think everyone is a good boy or good girl enough to read stickies?
Nope. If they were I'd suggest adding a bit more emphasis on the actual posting of the code you have before asking what's wrong with it, but the people who don't do that don't tend to read stickies.
Yes, some don't read them. But when we ask them to post the code sometimes they tell us again the code is in the link. In such situations, we can point out the sticky :)(y)
 

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