Programming by mylot for automatic displaying of" warning" to us...
October 16, 2009 1:25pm CST
How is it,if mylot administrators fix automatic warnings INSTANTLY when ever we are posting against mylot rules. mylot rules.Because many people do this without knowledge/not intentionally.If they do this,the problem may stop there itself.Otherwise,other members may give responses and all those may delete latter.What do you say?
16 Oct 09
Before yuo can drive a car on the roads you have to have a license right? Then you start driving and you know the rules. You know what you can do and not do and there is no-one there telling you that it is against the rules to drive the wrong way up a one way street or to cross when the traffic lights are red. It's the same here. I fyou want to travel the pages of myLot you should follow the rules. If you don't, the first time you lose posts, the second time too but later, if you continue, you lose your license entirely. We are all adults here and we should know what to do without having the admins telling us like kids at school at every move we make surely?
17 Oct 09
Diana rides to the rescue again! Beautifully put, Diana, and Lamb, you make a good point, too. I think the problem is these days, too many people - myself included - think everything can be sorted with a computer programme. What a relief to know that's not the case!
16 Oct 09
Hi,Thank you, love.Before this discussion i requested members that..we ask mylot team that kindly collect $0.50 from each member[or their wish]and donate to genuine voluntary organization to help poor/needy from member's earnings on monthly basis.That suggestion may not get popular and no response from members also. I have to see the response to this.
17 Oct 09
On the face of it, your suggestion is a good one, but when you ponder it, it's unworkable. As someone else has pointed out, it's impossible to construct software that can read your intentions. And if it were possible,it would be put to much more sinister uses than monitoring our posts here. However, the main problem I have with your suggestion is that it takes away responsibility for our actions. When we sign up here, we are asked to read the guidelines so we don't violate them. As adults, we should familiarise ourselves with them and ensure we don't make posts that will be deleted. I know it seems like a lot to take in, but as you do more on Mylot you get to realise what can and cannot be done. However, you do need to take a little time to familiarise yourself with Mylot and the way it works. It's time well spent, as you will avoid having discussions deleted, losing money for yourself and everyone who responds.
17 Oct 09
I have been with MyLot since December 2006. Needless to say, at times I flauted the rules, too. Well, the discussions got deleted. I guess we all need to be professional in honouring the rules and regulations of any site, especially if they are paying us to earn.