Difference between revisions of "Talk:Serial Hack"

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(go find something usefull to do, instead of pestering people that actually add information)
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When you have something usefull to add for a change, edit the article. Otherwise, quit pestering the people that do --[[User:Zaerc|Zaerc]] 12:59, 21 September 2007 (MST)
 
When you have something usefull to add for a change, edit the article. Otherwise, quit pestering the people that do --[[User:Zaerc|Zaerc]] 12:59, 21 September 2007 (MST)
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I am at a loss to understand this battle. The original commit was another way to accomplish the same thing.  There are a lot pages on this site that have very similar issues.  What is the harm in giving people more than one option even if that option is one in the same.  If nothing else it offers all of us an opportunity to learn something different.  The second option (perl) is another example.  Personally I feel both should be left on the page and just remove the editorial commitments as these are truly the things that belong in discussions. 
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Talk_page_guidelines#Good_practice  Good Wiki Practices]
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Talk_page_guidelines#Behavior_that_is_unacceptable  Behavior that is unacceptable]
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--[[User:Rwilson131|Rwilson131]] 09:27, 23 September 2007 (MST)

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When you figure out a better way, edit the article. Until then this is just discussion. Trout 08:06, 21 September 2007 (MST)

When you have something usefull to add for a change, edit the article. Otherwise, quit pestering the people that do --Zaerc 12:59, 21 September 2007 (MST)

I am at a loss to understand this battle. The original commit was another way to accomplish the same thing. There are a lot pages on this site that have very similar issues. What is the harm in giving people more than one option even if that option is one in the same. If nothing else it offers all of us an opportunity to learn something different. The second option (perl) is another example. Personally I feel both should be left on the page and just remove the editorial commitments as these are truly the things that belong in discussions.

--Rwilson131 09:27, 23 September 2007 (MST)