Leo Laohoo Thu, 10/08/2009 - 17:54

You can ask but it doesn't guarantee you'll get one.


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virverma Thu, 10/08/2009 - 17:58

It's Ok, i just want to know if it is a netpro Etiquette or not violating any policy

viyuan700 Wed, 10/14/2009 - 10:18

You can ask but it doesn't guarantee you'll get one


+5 for the nice laugh which i had after reading your line. More hilarious than a joke.

Rob Huffman Fri, 10/09/2009 - 04:43

Hi Virender,


It's not against any policy here. So, it's completely up to you. Like Leo nicely noted (+5 points for your always good natured look at life Leo :) it may or may not help with receiving ratings.


I stopped saying;


"please remember to rate helpful posts..."


along time ago, because it just didn't seem right for me. I don't see any problem with asking, although, I don't agree with demanding ratings.


I think you will find that if the post/answer is excellent it will receive the rating it deserves in most, not all, cases.


This is why when I see an extremely good answer I always take a moment to give a nice rating and give a nod to the person who took the time to post it up.


Just my Friday morning thoughts here :)


Cheers!

Rob

Leo Laohoo Sun, 10/11/2009 - 18:58

Thanks for the ratings Rob.


I don't see any problem with asking


Not when you have gazillion points. Besides, you're hitting the ceiling so many times, Dan is having difficult time finding a tag to catch up with our score.


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Jon Marshall Tue, 10/13/2009 - 09:41

Virender


As Leo/Rob have said there is no problem with asking for ratings.


Personally, being British, we find it hard to do that sort of thing so i don't bother but i don't have a problem with people who do.


The only thing i would add though is that if you do ask for a rating be prepared for both good and bad ratings :-). There are occasions when a suggestion may not help the original poster and if you always ask for a rating he may well decide to give you a 1 for not helping.


Jon

Leo Laohoo Tue, 10/13/2009 - 13:48

Or he/she may give you a "1" because the response (no matter how correct) happens to contradict their expectations or design.


Some people just can't handle the truth ...


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