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  • 1 hour ago
    ... a little picture of the week-end to help for the long week of codeMont Cervin / Matterhorn (Switzerland)so for the little story this is the origin of the Toblerone Logo And you ? Do you have nice picture of your week-end ?
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    Martin English commented 2 hours ago
    I looked for the term "enjoy" in the SAP Urban Dictionary and came up dry. https://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/display/HOME/SCN+Urban+Dictionary Needless to say, this gap must be filled. Please provide any early recollections of said term, and relevan...
  • Gregory Misiorek commented yesterday
    Just because it's open source does not mean it cannot be secure, does it? Have been stuck for a while with fabric code that for some reason was open not only for code changes but also for querying the transaction data off of it. now, with SAP limited free...
  • Jerry Janda commented 2 days ago
    Hi,Generally when I search for questions, I come to this scenario that a new person asks the question in a very old question which was raised years earlier, instead of creating a new question. Or say in general, upon trying to search for questions, someti...
  • Audrey Stevenson commented 3 days ago
    Hithis one is beautiful, the name is "Diligent Solver October 2019", but I have a big question, Who is in charge of creating all these badges ? who has all these ideas of badges names ? of badges pictures ? and could we exchange our badges with a goodies ...
  • Ruthvik Chowdary commented 4 days ago
    Hello All, Stay Current is Mainly for those who have taken Cloud Certifications like Cloud Manufacturing, Cloud Finance, Sucessfactor and so on till Ariba.More info on Stay Current https://blogs.sap.com/2019/11/24/sap-stay-current/ One thing which keeps o...
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    Craig Cmehil commented 5 days ago
    I'm not sure I can call myself a maker, maybe a want to be one, but I'm fascinated by the concept of craft skills or maker skills. People who can carve wood, engrave, build things with their hands is fantastic. I had one grandfather who was a Master Mason...
  • Jelena Perfiljeva commented 5 days ago
    There is a sub on Reddit called Techsupport gore where people share pictures and stories of some horrific things they see done with technology. I've been looking at some old programs lately and see lots of stuff that would qualify as "ABAP gore". :) So I...
  • Mahesh Kumar Palavalli commented Nov 28, 2019
    Hi to be honest, I do not remember reading these rules. So I make a little search & I found this:https://community.sap.com/resources/rules-of-engagementFirst point, it is super high level, no details, not a lot of points & all these points could be unders...
  • Veselina Peykova commented Nov 27, 2019
    Hello All, As evident with the heading of this discussion. I would like to suggest SAP Forum's Team to introduce those badges back which used to display alongside with the username and show the level of contributions made by the individual. I am with this...
  • Jānis Bstarted
    Jānis B edited Nov 25, 2019
    I apologize if the pictures take up loads of space in some kind of list somewhere...Wouldn't it be good, if..? :) Is it worth posting an idea for this?.
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    Gregory Misiorek commented Nov 22, 2019
    Hello all,I was suprised to see the SAP (Community) Wiki changed today ...Was there are communication surrounding this? If so, I must have missed it.If not, this cuaght me off guard ... Now I need to do some digging : get to know the new Layout, check if ...
  • Matthew Billingham commented Nov 19, 2019
    It seems to have disappeared...
  • Bärbel Winkler commented Nov 9, 2019
    One of the most important things we can do to actually tackle human-caused climate change is to talk about it whenever an opportunity presents itself(*) - something many of us don't do for many different reasons. As you may already have noticed - i.e. via...
  • Frederic Girod commented Nov 8, 2019
    I spent a few hours today building the LEGO Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition set. It has 1363 pieces, and the model stands at a pretty impressive 25 cm tall. Here's the finished build:Some reviewers have criticised the model's proportions, and they do seem to b...

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