>really polite). So if you're coming onto a forum like ILUG, and
>asking a question, and you get a helpful, but slightly sniping,
>response, you get a bad impression. That's whart I think, anyway.
so is there a solution to this? could we
all just be a little more polite or will
all newbies have to overcome the elitism
that seems to crop up at times?
this elitism can be beneficial
sometimes (like for instance teaching
someone to figure things out themselves
before quickly rushing to ilug) and
other times not so beneficial (like when
a flame war erupts or someone just *has*
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