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Re: [Xen-users] what's wrong with you people

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  • From: "Likarpenkov Alexander" <al@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 3 Feb 2012 13:59:06 +0200
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The above was made that the issue is not important, and so it is ignored. Each of us here spent many hours figuring with Xen. And to say that we should have no need to read - each is to be understood. If someone wants money for the answer to the question - and it should say. If I was sure that I get exactly the right answer and that's my kind - I would have paid the support. But I bet - which for my money I do not get what you need, and trying to find answers in this correspondence, I am looking for clever ideas, rather than "gannet's answers - read it yet or you did not ask me important questions, although I do not know about what they mean."

Maybe everyone is using Xen but the dream to become Bill Gates? Thought becomes rich fool

So, let's respect for all members of the xen-user and help.
I have a lot of experience and I am ready to share them, let them try the same thing to everyone.
But I also have unresolved issues where I need all your help

SH> Fajar A. Nugraha wrote:

??>> You're missing the point.
??>> People that contribute (i.e. giving answers) in opensource user forums
??>> (including this one) mostly do so on their free time. They do so out
??>> of good will to help others, or wanting to share their experience.
??>> There's no obligation whatsoever for them to do anything. Not even to
??>> respond to a question.

SH> Furthermore, at least speaking for myself, if I don't have an answer
SH> then I'll keep quiet. Thus if no-one has any clue or no-one can
SH> understand what's being asked, then there'll be no answer. The
SH> alternative would be dozens (or even hundreds) of people answering
SH> with "I've no idea" which definitely wouldn't be helpful.

SH> http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
SH> is worth a good read

SH> The OP may particularly care to turn to
SH> http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html#id479876

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