Share Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Pinterest Email A new community It's good to see the 5D Mark II videographer community start to come together. They've launched their own forums. www.cinema5d.com Get involved: http://www.cinema5d.com/ cr
Random, If i were you I would take this directly to the UN, this kind of outrage cannot be allowed to carry on – you should be fully compensated for your psychological injuries and the website should be shelled by tanks from a safe distance.
Maybe you aren’t understanding – this isn’t some video game website full of prepubescent kids who have no regard for respect for one another regarding language use, but rather a site that caters to professionals and amateurs working with expensive hardware. If professionalism can’t be tolerated, then there is an issue. If an administrator or a moderator wants to delete something as simple as a request to fix one misused comma, there is an issue. (And no, it isn’t only the comma. The site is littered with spelling and grammatical mistakes.)
Quite frankly, I feel as if I wasted my time registering. On that board I can’t hold a professional conversation and expect it to both not be deleted and taken seriously.
While you joke, I guess you don’t see the issue. Would you like it if, in your professional workplace, your secretary constantly misspelled words in letters sent to your customers? What if he/she completely ignored, and actually removed any existance of, a request to simply use spellcheck?
While a very minor issue, the actions taken to defend the status quo show the problem with these administrator power-happy communities. Do I care in the long run? No, my life isn’t going to be wasted on Cinema5D any longer, and this will be my last post about the subject.
I have to say, I can not agree with you in 100%, but it’s just my IMHO, which indeed could be wrong.
p.s. You have an awesome template . Where have you got it from?
So there really are fervent spelling Nazis, I thought it was a story made up by adults to frighten children off the net…..