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Last post 07-09-2011 6:30 PM by zzo38. 19 replies.
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  • 06-09-2011 11:39 AM

    FIRST

     :D

  • 06-09-2011 1:14 PM In reply to

    Re: FIRST

    What in the world?
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  • 06-09-2011 1:44 PM In reply to

    • galgorah
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    Re: FIRST

    Spectre:
    What in the world?

    Who said it's of the world?
    Reformed Developer and SQL Server DBA
  • 06-09-2011 1:53 PM In reply to

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     btw, i wonder who (probably in the web early history) has been the very first moron to be (i mean "claim to be") frist ?

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  • 06-09-2011 2:10 PM In reply to

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    toshir0:

     btw, i wonder who (probably in the web early history) has been the very first moron to be (i mean "claim to be") frist ?

    According to Uncyclopedia, it was Thomas Watson, who said it to Alexander Graham Bell back on June 2nd 1875. That, interestingly enough, was also the date of Watson's death, although old forensic methods used made the cause inconclusive.

  • 06-09-2011 2:55 PM In reply to

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    So... what is this topic for?

    Like if I post a question on a Linux forum, and I get RTFA as a response, I'm supposed to post it here?

      <-  I couldn't make my shit work, so here's a Godzilla head.
  • 06-09-2011 3:22 PM In reply to

    • galgorah
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    blakeyrat:
    So... what is this topic for?

    Like if I post a question on a Linux forum, and I get RTFA as a response, I'm supposed to post it here?

    Yep.  Thats the jist of what Ammoq mentioned earlier.  It's a place for folks to post stuff that over zealous mods on others sites would just close out.
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  • 06-09-2011 3:27 PM In reply to

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    galgorah:
    Yep.  Thats the jist of what Ammoq mentioned earlier.
    Mentioned earlier where? It's not in this thread...
      <-  I couldn't make my shit work, so here's a Godzilla head.
  • 06-09-2011 3:44 PM In reply to

    • galgorah
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    blakeyrat:
    galgorah:
    Yep.  Thats the jist of what Ammoq mentioned earlier.
    Mentioned earlier where? It's not in this thread...
    In the moderators forum.  This new subforum is in a way a statement as he put it.  In forums on other sites when someone posts a question thats been asked before it is often closed due to a similar question having been asked before (maybe years earlier).  That doesn't really help the OP, who then has to slog through years of posts to find the thread which may not even be relevant anymore.

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  • 06-09-2011 4:48 PM In reply to

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    Re: FIRST

    I've created this forum as a response to an ongoing metadiscussion in programmers.stackexchange.com, where the current mods have been doing a big cleanup recently, closing lots of popular (by their own clever ranking system) questions. But of course everybody else is welcome as well.
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  • 06-10-2011 4:45 PM In reply to

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    ammoQ:
    I've created this forum as a response to an ongoing metadiscussion in programmers.stackexchange.com, where the current mods have been doing a big cleanup recently, closing lots of popular (by their own clever ranking system) questions. But of course everybody else is welcome as well.

    Ah, I thought you were inventing a forum to contain SpectateSwamp. Something akin to the phantom zone from Superman 2.

  • 06-10-2011 4:46 PM In reply to

    Re: FIRST

    Did you mean FRIST?


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  • 06-15-2011 11:19 AM In reply to

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    At some point someone should post one of these questions...
      <-  I couldn't make my shit work, so here's a Godzilla head.
  • 06-16-2011 12:37 PM In reply to

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    Re: FIRST

    blakeyrat:
    At some point someone should post one of these questions...
    Well, seems like those people who had their questions closed haven't found this refuge yet, and I'm not sure if we should invite them... let's just keep it open for the TDWTF community.
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  • 06-16-2011 1:14 PM In reply to

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    Re: FIRST

    ammoQ:
    blakeyrat:
    At some point someone should post one of these questions...
    Well, seems like those people who had their questions closed haven't found this refuge yet, and I'm not sure if we should invite them... let's just keep it open for the TDWTF community.

    So people from other forums should come here to ask questions that has been closed elsewhere?  How would they find out? I don't think this website is that popular however I'll tell others if you like. I mean this site is not overly moderated, that is one of the things I like about it.

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  • 06-17-2011 4:51 AM In reply to

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    ammoQ:
    haven't found this refuge yet,
     

    I'm sure you've told them? :)


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  • 06-17-2011 5:15 AM In reply to

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    serguey123:

    ammoQ:
    blakeyrat:
    At some point someone should post one of these questions...
    Well, seems like those people who had their questions closed haven't found this refuge yet, and I'm not sure if we should invite them... let's just keep it open for the TDWTF community.

    So people from other forums should come here to ask questions that has been closed elsewhere?  How would they find out? I don't think this website is that popular however I'll tell others if you like. I mean this site is not overly moderated, that is one of the things I like about it.

    Generally speaking, questions in this particular forum ("Questions closed elsewhere") could just as well asked e.g. in "General Discussion", therefore posting here is also some kind of political statement against overmoderation. If it was just for getting an answer at all, there wouldn't be a need for this forum, since, as you have correctly noticed, this site is not overly moderated.

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  • 06-17-2011 5:25 AM In reply to

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    Re: FIRST

    dhromed:

    ammoQ:
    haven't found this refuge yet,
     

    I'm sure you've told them? :)

     

    Well, not yet. AFAIK there is (or has been in the past) a commercial relationship between Alex Papadimoulis and Jeff Atwood, and I don't want to interfere with that by spamming for TDWTF at StackExchange.

    beanbag girl 4ever ... or maybe Astah girl?
  • 06-17-2011 8:48 AM In reply to

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    ammoQ:
    Well, not yet. AFAIK there is (or has been in the past) a commercial relationship between Alex Papadimoulis and Jeff Atwood, and I don't want to interfere with that by spamming for TDWTF at StackExchange.
    I think Alex is taking care of a lot of their marketing but I can't be buggered to go listen to the podcast where they said that.

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  • 07-09-2011 6:30 PM In reply to

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    TWENTIETH
    Let's using TeXnicard.
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