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I think discussions need to be based on arguments, not on rep. Also, I don't like the addition of extra buttons to push. Sure! Many posters are (in part) motivated ...
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- 03-06-2008 #11
I think discussions need to be based on arguments, not on rep. Also, I don't like the addition of extra buttons to push. Sure! Many posters are (in part) motivated by gaining recognition among their fellow posters. But I don't think they need a numerical value assigned to it. You can thank someone who was helpful in a post. It's much more personal and valuable that way, and you get to raise your post count +1 legitimatelyCan't tell an OS by it's GUI
- 03-06-2008 #12Registered Linux user #270181
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- 03-09-2008 #13
Sometimes I am the first to reply to a thread, and the help I give only goes so far. Then he comes in, fixes the problem, and seals the deal. hahahaha... makes me feel so inferior! =)Using Linux since June 2007
Distros: Mint 12
SPECS: AMD Atholon 64 X2 5400+, 2GB RAM, GeForce 8800 GTS
When your whole life is on one computer, servers and all, choose stability over anything else.
- 03-09-2008 #14Originally Posted by SkittleLinux18
I am a Member of a few other Forums too but my post count is not more than 20-30 in any of other Forum. I feel like at home here only.
- 03-10-2008 #15
And besides, without even asking my own questions, I can read past posts and learn a little something new with each one.
- 03-10-2008 #16
- 03-17-2008 #17