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Penalty points for capitalization and space mistake

Dear Moderators,

I had earlier posted three documents. 1st doc in Sap Netweaver space and 2nd and 3rd doc in Sap Learn space. First document stayed it was not rejected and next day i publish 2nd and 3rd documents, with in a hour two documents got rejected. ( only document 50543 and 50544 got rejected )

I had to make 3 documents because i cannot upload more screen shots pictures. Insert image button got disabled after uploading nearly 34 screen shots in each documents. For this reason i had to accommodate screen shorts into 3 documents.

I received this message from moderator today. I immediately corrected documents and again re-posted all three documents in visualization and cloud infrastructure space.

It is surprising !!!!!! I think it is mean decision to give penalty points for capitalization and space mistake. What i can post in sap learn space ???

All these documents was made by me DOC-50531, DOC-50543, DOC-50544.

I don't see any of these in rules in "The SCN Rules of Engagement".

Please restore my points back. Even when other people liking or bookmarking i am not getting points for these documents.


Syed Athesham

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2013 at 11:04 PM

    Laure Cetin

    answered in another discussion "It is expected behavior that once content is rejected via an abuse report, editing it and republishing it doesn't result in point assignment. Otherwise we would encourage people to do this again and again, hoping that no one notices, and getting points all along."

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  • Posted on Dec 24, 2013 at 01:12 PM

    The rules of engagement say "The primary language of most spaces is English." so the request of the moderator to follow proper English is right - and Jason is right - Sap should be capitalized as SAP

    On the outset, because there is so much content on SCN, and if you don't follow such rules, I would skip your content simply because you haven't capitalized "SAP" leads me to think you don't know the subject.

    I recommend treating this as a learning experience for future posts.

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