Everybody is getting stressed out on this board. I think we should just forget what happened in the past and move on. Today we forget all about spam, the title and post counts and the new people that didn't understand the nature of our online community.
I think this board has alot of potential but it seems people are getting ........ed off at nothing at all. Will what happens on this cprogramming.com board really affect your real life in any way? It's just here to shoot the S*hit with other programmers and get help with some of the more obscure problems.
Don't sweat the small things, if you get all agitated from reading the posts on cprogramming.com take a break from your computer and go outside and do something. Really there is no need to slam other people on this board due to their lack of skill and/or their ignorance with the latest SDK from Microsoft.
Just respect the other persons opinion, make what you will of their helpful information and move on. If it doesn't help you or you disagree with that person, justify what you feel is the right way to do things with facts (if it makes you feel big.). I think this board has lost it focus and it's now getting to the point where everyone is pointing fingers.
It's here as a resource and a fun place to hang out and talk with other programmers. If you find yourself getting ........ed off about something someone has said or done, ignore it and move on. Really, what goes on in this board doesn't affect my personal life and it shouldn't affect yours.
I totally agree with you, sorry for that thing last night, I was extremely excited and kept on writing, I'm sorry though, because two people have now left this place, and I feel partly (greatly) guilty.
I hope that Aran Elus and *Michelle* will forgive me.
I agree. Funny how people other than the webmaster feel that this is "their" board and get really upset when people talk about things they aren't interested in.... there are plenty of useful things I don't have time to read. Surely if you find a thread that bugs you, you can find something worthwhile to spend your time on instead?