|28 Dec 2012||#282|
As Brink above already posted, I think we should get this thread back to the topic.
I just want to say something I think is important, then I will not post any more off topic posts here
Do not take this personally, Pedroc, although I use your keenness as an example here. What I want to say is to all new and old members, all those interested in Seven Forums willing to share their knowledge with other Windows users.
First and most important: if you do this, participate on forums, because of shiny medals and badges, you are doing it for a wrong reason. This is and should be a hobby you do for interest in computing and Windows, to learn yourself and share what you have already learned.
As I have said before when someone has been begging for recognition, doing it as you do is wrong. For instance if my opinion would ever been asked for recommendations, I would never recommend someone who has been begging it. You are too keen to get the badge which makes you IMO not worth of it.
I repeat: participating here should be out of interest in learning and sharing. To show your motivation lies on badges and public recognition is not correct. As someone with ego bigger than Mount Everest I am certainly wrong person to say this, but participating on forums should be an unselfish journey to knowledge instead of egocentric trip to fame.
It's about how much you share and help. Response to OPs with issues, follow their issues until solution. Do it actively, do not take a break to post in Chillout about how much you'd like to have an award or how good you have been .
I noticed on another thread you also told about your interest in having the MVP badge. All the MVPs are established IT professionals with years and years of support and sharing behind them. MVP is not a badge you can get when your postcount is high enough. Do you even know what the MVP means?
Watch this video: http://www.microsoft.com/en-US/showc...2-e45a3d02ecdb
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