Re: So how dead is CDP?
- From: Diets <diets@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 7 Oct 2009 03:49:17 -0700 (PDT)
On Oct 7, 3:51 am, Ross Ferris <ro...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I think it is YOUR FAULT !
I wouldn't go as far as this, but as a single developer who
occasionally requires some answers, I always got the feeling that I'm
not welcome to this group, due to whatever reason. I can only assume
(referring to some, if not all, of Tony's responses to my previous
postings) that I am not qualified to participate, or want stuff for
nothing. This is not unique to me, and some of my fellow developers
experience the same negativity from this group. In stark contrast, the
OpenQm group ALWAYS responds positively and in great detail, making
"underlings" like myself feel welcome.
There are many small developers out there making a living from their
(insignificant?) applications, whom I'm sure, would sincerely enjoy
participation, and get a sense of "belonging", to a group such as
and the underlying cause of that is the lack of "new blood" ... there are very few newbies to
post dumb questions,
I've always maintained that the only dumb questions are the one's you
don't ask!! A guaranteed way to scare newbies away is to make them
feel stupid or unwanted. While I have great admiration and respect for
Tony, and his relentless efforts in the MV arena, I think there are
"ways and means" to talk to people!
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