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All of this could have been avoided if I had been told right from the beginning the reason why it was undone. (As per the wiki rules; "If you are undoing an edit that is not vandalism, explain the reason in the edit summary rather than using only the default message.")
 
All of this could have been avoided if I had been told right from the beginning the reason why it was undone. (As per the wiki rules; "If you are undoing an edit that is not vandalism, explain the reason in the edit summary rather than using only the default message.")
 
Since that was not done, I simply asked why, out of curiosity. Asking a question and expecting an answer did not seem unreasonable to me.
 
Since that was not done, I simply asked why, out of curiosity. Asking a question and expecting an answer did not seem unreasonable to me.
I did not mean to create a "tempest in a teapot" but I felt that my question was left ignored. I did not see any reason why my question could have not been answered when I first asked. This whole ordeal could have been prevented for all of us. Now that I have been given an explanation, I understand completely. It would have been nice to have gotten that explanation when I first asked. I have no idea why it was considered such a big deal that I asked for the reason. (But I certainly hope that you could enlighten me on that.)
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I did not mean to create a "tempest in a teapot" but I felt that my question was left ignored. I did not see any reason why my question could have not been answered when I first asked. Plus, I found being called a "pest" insulting. This whole ordeal could have been prevented for all of us. I didn't realize that admins considered questions an undesirable thing. That is the impression I got.
   
Thank you very much for talking the time to give me an explanation
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Now that I have been given an explanation, I understand completely. It would have been nice to have gotten that explanation when I first asked. I have no idea why it was considered such a big deal that I asked for the reason. (But I certainly hope that you could enlighten me on that.)
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Thank you very much for talking the time to give me an explanation.

Latest revision as of 06:54, November 22, 2012

Danny; All of this could have been avoided if I had been told right from the beginning the reason why it was undone. (As per the wiki rules; "If you are undoing an edit that is not vandalism, explain the reason in the edit summary rather than using only the default message.") Since that was not done, I simply asked why, out of curiosity. Asking a question and expecting an answer did not seem unreasonable to me. I did not mean to create a "tempest in a teapot" but I felt that my question was left ignored. I did not see any reason why my question could have not been answered when I first asked. Plus, I found being called a "pest" insulting. This whole ordeal could have been prevented for all of us. I didn't realize that admins considered questions an undesirable thing. That is the impression I got.

Now that I have been given an explanation, I understand completely. It would have been nice to have gotten that explanation when I first asked. I have no idea why it was considered such a big deal that I asked for the reason. (But I certainly hope that you could enlighten me on that.)

Thank you very much for talking the time to give me an explanation.

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