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    I don't understand some message

    I'm curios what is this:

    "oesxyl has a little shameless behaviour in the past"

    could somebody explain?

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    Some people have given you negative reputation points.

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    If you click on your usercp (at the top left) you can see where you've gotten reputation and for what reason if they filled that part in.
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    Aradon: I know to use usercp.

    Quote Originally Posted by Inigoesdr View Post
    Some people have given you negative reputation points.
    I don't care about this "reputation" stuff.
    I'm talking about message, is offending, is part of the forum code and more than that is against forum rule

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    * 1.1) Always be respectful and polite when posting- There is absolutely no excuse to be rude, confrontational, or hostile when posting on CodingForums.com. This is a place where web programmers come together to solve problems, not create them. Flaming can get you banned.
    I have reason to beleave that is not the only one, I don't pay atention until now.

    Now I'll be waiting for details.

    thank you for replay, both of you.
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    1. What’s rude about telling that someone has had shameless behavior in the past?
    2. 1 Posting rules

      * 1.1) Always be respectful and polite when posting- There is absolutely no excuse to be rude, confrontational, or hostile when posting on CodingForums.com. This is a place where web programmers come together to solve problems, not create them. Flaming can get you banned.
      Doesn’t say anything about being rude in the reputation status.


    Clearly, it must have been you who has been offensive in the first place, otherwise those people wouldn’t have given you negative feedback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VIPStephan View Post
    1. What’s rude about telling that someone has had shameless behavior in the past?

    2. Doesn’t say anything about being rude in the reputation status.
    so, for you is not a problem if a i say that you are "shameless"?

    Clearly, it must have been you who has been offensive in the first place, otherwise those people wouldn’t have given you negative feedback.
    you must be joking.

    http://www.codingforums.com/showthre...220#post640220

    but the problem is not the "reputation", you miss the point.

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    I think what oesxyl is trying to say is that he said nothing in his post that was offensive. I have been given bad reputation because someone thought that I gave a bad answer to a question. From the looks of it, that is what has happened here. This is one of the downfalls to the reputation system. When this happens, people think that you have done something bad in the past, and jump to conclusions; when all it was, was someone giving you bad rep for a "bad answer".
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    Quote Originally Posted by sdcomputerz View Post
    I think what oesxyl is trying to say is that he said nothing in his post that was offensive. I have been given bad reputation because someone thought that I gave a bad answer to a question. From the looks of it, that is what has happened here. This is one of the downfalls to the reputation system. When this happens, people think that you have done something bad in the past, and jump to conclusions; when all it was, was someone giving you bad rep for a "bad answer".
    - my answer could be useless, oftopic, wrong or anything else but not offensive.
    - is your right to evaluate my answer how do you believe it is, I don't have problem with that
    - maybe the reputation system is not so wrong, could help to evaluate yourself

    The problem are the strings from the alt attribute:
    "X has a little shameless behaviour in the past"
    "X is an unknown quantity at this point"

    thank you for replay

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    Quote Originally Posted by oesxyl View Post
    I don't care about this "reputation" stuff.
    Obviously you do; this "reputation" stuff is what gives you that status message.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inigoesdr View Post
    Obviously you do; this "reputation" stuff is what gives you that status message.
    in your opinion this kind of message is normal?

    Can anybody do something with this kind of message or we just talking?
    Last edited by oesxyl; 12-18-2007 at 03:35 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oesxyl View Post
    in your opinion this kind of message is normal?

    Can anybody do something with this kind of message or we just talking?
    I believe those are the vBulletin default messages for the reputation levels. So you could say those messages are normal. The admin (WA) could change what those messages are if he felt so inclined.

    It won't say that for your rep status if you gain some positive reputation points to counter act the negative points you've gotten.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oracleguy View Post
    I believe those are the vBulletin default messages for the reputation levels. So you could say those messages are normal. The admin (WA) could change what those messages are if he felt so inclined.

    It won't say that for your rep status if you gain some positive reputation points to counter act the negative points you've gotten.
    I answer when I know or I believe I know, I do my best and I do to help people not for "reputation" or points, and if you have time and you are curios, check my replays and btw check the treads I started too and try to evaluate them.

    I think that this thread could be closed.

    Thank you for replay.

    best regards

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    I kinda wish sometimes that a user could just disable the rep feature for themselves.
    You can never have nothing, because nothing is still something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sdcomputerz View Post
    I kinda wish sometimes that a user could just disable the rep feature for themselves.
    It's supposed to be an incentive for the user to be courteous and helpful.

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    Well ya, but it can also be a hassle.
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