There's a link there to a form you can fill out so that they won't consider you bulk/spam mail. I'm going to look for the ones on Hotmail and Gmail as well to fill out.
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Posted by Aryos on 24 July 2007 - 08:55 PM
No, in this case, if it was up to me, your account would be deleted asap and your hostname/IP banned from the forum.
Thankfully you agree with us. That rule is 100% unfair. I mean, yes, you deserve a warning if you are saying "Clip Share SUCKS! Go buy ABC script!"
It's simple: You go into someone's house, you're offered hospitality, you respect the rulesof hospitality. You don't harm his business by advertising other products. What is politically correct to say would be something like: "I found ClipShare has this problem, because.....". Only referring to our product and only with arguments and no subjective judgments. Imagine you're a customer who comes to buy the product and reads in the forum: "ClipShare sucks, its so fu*** slow in my server. That other script I used is faster and can handle twice as many users". You have stopped someone from buying, thus harming our business.
but if someone if asking for a simple opinion, and you say "Clip Share is good, but I also recommend ABC script. You can compare and see which you like better." What's wrong with that?
The Pre-Sales forum is for getting to know what the script does, how it does it, what requirements it has, how much load can handle, its features, etc. Not
I think the forum rules slightly contradict with the Pre Sales Forum. I mean, in that area you are SUPPOSED to ask if the script is good, and compare with other companies.
They should. But I can't spend hours moderating the forum just for that. i have better things to do.
Lastly, since Louis got warned for saying another script is good, does that mean that EVERYONE should be warned? It only seems, fair, right?
No, because these other scripts are not OUR business. Personally, I wouldn't allow it, because I would expect the same from the moderator of another script forum when someone buried ClipShare there with no proper arguments.
And if we are saying bad things about another script, don't you think we should be warned as well? T
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