(2012-04-28 10:10)gimli Wrote:
(2012-04-28 06:20)CpTHOOK Wrote:
(2012-04-28 03:13)Ned Scott Wrote: stop. posting.
Y not allow users to post their experience to educate folks who may be interested in this hardware.... especially if their main purpose for use is XBMC?
U should explain urself
It is one point educate people, another one is just complaining around and not reading posts full.
Not to go even further off topic, but ....
Another word for "forum" is "discussion board". What I read here (standing on the sideline) is a discussion going on between two people about the pro's and con's of the R-Pi. The only thing is. This discussion is going on between two people with different levels of the understanding of the topic content.
At one side you have the very experienced Gimli and at the other side you have the less experienced Slicemaster (not to be offending).
With all your knowledge Gimli, you come to the conclusion Slicemaster is not reading your posts. Keep in mind, you might be far ahead of him. Reading something is not equal to fully understand it.
To me if you take the time to write a reply with more then 10 lines of text, you are far more anticipating in "a discussion" then everybody around posting this one liners; "stop posting" (again not to be offending)
Everybody: Just don't forget that a lot of people have different levels of knowledge and understanding of the topics. Do you think there will be a high level discussion between a fool and a proffesor? (again again, not to be offending).