miklb.online at gmail.com
Sat Dec 23 04:30:46 GMT 2006
I've posted a few times without hesitation. I knew I had followed
"protocol" and searched all the available avenues before hand. I have on
occasion asked in #wordpress, though the chatter in there drove me away. If
anything, it's a good thing to post, as we aren't superhuman, and though the
codex calls us "experts", the truth is, we're not supposed to be experts in
every aspect. Seeing us post shows that we indeed are still learning.
On 12/22/06, spencerp <spencerp1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> [Handy wrote>
> So... do you other volunteers ever find yourself stumped and pondering if
> you should post a question of your own?
> I'm somewhat embarrassed to admit that being a mod gives me pause before
> posting my next question... Turns out my ASP and ASP.Net knowledge is
> rather worthless with php. *sigh*
> Anyways, just curious as to if anyone else ever thinks twice.]
> If I may.. and still allowed to post on the lists without it being
> ignored.. or sent right to the delete can, that is.. lol.. =P
> I felt the same way, when I was a moderator lol. I just felt like, should
> I? Nah, I'll search the forums first.. and even ask people on messengers
> Then if all that fails.. then post on the forums.. I'm not sure why, but I
> just felt like I *shouldn't* have to post a "support" question of my own..
> when at that time, being a moderator..
> I guess everyone has to overlook that fact, and just post a question
> anyway.. ya know.. ;) :) Just because someone is a moderator.. or a
> volunteer with a lot of knowledge.. doesn't mean they know all.. and know
> everything.. ;) :)
> /Yes, despite my rude email to the wp-install list.. which I'll reply to
> that one then.. I don't plan to abandon the users seeking help.. It's not
> fair to them, or anyone for that matter.. ;) I'll be in the forums then..
> I've just been mad busy with my own b.s. .. lately.. sigh. :(
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