My unconditional appologies for having asked such a mad question.

By joshihyd ·
I am a new entrant into this forum and know very little about the forum. In fact I donot know much about forums and their activities. Hence, I deeply regret for my mindless question and tender unconditional appologies for the TechRepublic and to its valued members.

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Apology accepted.

by bart777 In reply to My unconditional appologi ...

Please feel free to ask questions.

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by Bizzo In reply to My unconditional appologi ...

Thank you.

It's not very often people who post that kind of question apologise after. I for one will retract my reply.

It's just that posting that kind of question does annoy people because we (or should I say people like me) tend to take it personally.

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You're allowed to ask questions, but patience is a virtue here

by ManiacMan In reply to My unconditional appologi ...

I too have posted questions and started discussions which have gotten little to no responses, so I can understand your frustration, but to call this place useless is unwarranted because if you look hard enough, you'll find a wealth of information here on TR because the members here have many years of IT experience in various areas of IT and telecommunications. Asking questions is allowed, but getting all uppity when your question remains unanswered is the wrong approach to establishing a good reputation here. Stick around, things tend to get interesting and sometimes funny here so sit back and enjoy the experience.

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don't forget

by Jaqui In reply to You're allowed to ask que ...

often the answer to someone's question is in the archives. if they search through the content they may not even have to ask it.

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hey joshihyd, two things..

by Jaqui In reply to My unconditional appologi ...

welcome to TR.
and you can actually post discussions as well and reply to both questions and discussions instead of having to post a new one. :)
[ this question could have been a reply in the earlier one, which was more suited to a discussion. ]

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by Tig2 In reply to My unconditional appologi ...

It takes a lot of character to come back and apologize. I appreciate that about you and will recall it when I see you in the forum in the future.

Please know that you are welcome here. Take a moment and fill in profile information so that we can get to know you. You will soon learn who we all are as well.

An online forum can be a great place to learn new things. It is also a good growth experience as you will meet people from all over the world working with every imaginable technology. But because it is online, communication can be challenging sometimes. Keep that in mind.

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