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Response for scripts

Discussion in 'Please Tell Us What You Think' started by Anonymous, Aug 2, 2006.

  1. Anonymous New Member

    Hii all,
    what i wld like to see is there shld be comments on the scripts been posted, just reading the scripts and using them makes a contributor to think twice before posting the next one... Hope this wld be taken has a intiative its not to criticise any one
    Sidh

    next2none is what others feel about the maverick
  2. Luis Martin Moderator

    Sidh:

    No problem at all.
    Some times, my lack of English, make my words in the rude way. Sorry about that.

    I suggest to follow what Satya wrote in the first post.



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  3. FrankKalis Moderator

    You will find that this forum is a very polite one. It is nobody's intention to offend, insult or bash someone else. However, with any posting someone makes he is subject to the reaction of other members. If he don't want such a reaction, well, then probably he shouldn't post in the first place. But any reaction is subject to discussion and that's what an online community is all about. If you think, you have a great script created yourself, we're glad if you share it with us. But, honestly, your 1-line script can be found all over the net. Ideally a script should add value to a site. Just like your other scripts did. At least as long as you are the author of a script.

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  4. satya Moderator

    We agree and stand what has been replied in your posts, as Frank referred this is a different kind of forum where our policy is not to offend or hurt anyone.

    I appreciate your reply posts for the questions, as far as your posts on the Scripts forum it will be more ideal if you can come up with your own scripts.

    Satya SKJ
    Microsoft SQL Server MVP
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  5. Anonymous New Member

    how to deregister from your forum? can any one help me, moreover i wont appriciate any personal mails to me let that be even a Moderator, and plz delete the threads with are been posted by me earlier
    thanks in advance
    Regards
    Sidh

    next2none is what others feel about the maverick
  6. FrankKalis Moderator

    Contact the webmaster with your request.

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