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The SDN user Anji Reddy Vangala more that 6000 posts in 1½ years.

I have just received a received a completely useless answer from Ready Eddy.

Time from question to answer less than 1 minute. Answer has 474 words = 3039 characters.

Is he a man or a computer ?- and what's the point ? - why waste our time reading nonsense answers?

best regards

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  • Jun 21, 2007 at 01:45 PM

    Hi,

    I hope that you are not referring to me 😊

    I guess it's just a matter of copy/pasting stuff without analysing the question, no?

    Eddy

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    • Hi Ready Eddy De Clercq

      I was referring to Anji Reddy Vangala. He is really reddy.

      If we assume he is online in SDN 5 days a week and 8 hours per day, then he has submitted an average of 2 posts every hour for the last 1½ years!

      best regards

      Thomas

  • Jun 21, 2007 at 02:04 PM

    >>a completely useless answer

    & sometimes a Provide and sy-subrc one too!

    Even if it was cut & paste, I am truly perplexed at his AMAZING speed.

    Eddy: I think Thomas meant to say Ready Reddy

    ~Suresh

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  • Jun 21, 2007 at 03:15 PM

    Thomas, I too am amazed by his posting ability. I think I know what he is doing, but not sure. I think he has a database of ready-made responses for popular questions and he simply reads the first line of the thread, assumes that it is about a certain subject and posts his answer from his database. All day long, no sleep. Yes, this is really not the point of the forums, but he isn't exactly breaking any rules either. Of course, one does not earn much respect when posting ready-made answers 😉

    Regards,

    Rich Heilman

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    • Hi,

      we are looking into this, but looking (closely) at his points, I have to say that he obviously was able to help a lot of people.

      A living FAQ, sometimes a bit off-topic, but still useful - why not?

      Until then, this thread is closed 😊

      Regards,

      Michael