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New mods

I'm not sure if there was already a thread about this (it probably was), so I'm sorry if I'm just repeating it.

But I've noticed that Bhavesh & Michal (at least, maybe someone else?) are now moderators of the forum. That sure is a HUGE achievement and it will help us get better moderation, for sure.

Congrats to you, guys.

Best regards,


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  • Oct 29, 2008 at 11:50 AM

    Thanks Henrique.

    I was asked at SAP Teched Berlin by Gali, if I would be interested in taking this huge responsibility ( and at times scary ) and I did say Yes!

    I hope to do a good job and help keep the sanity of this forum.

    If I do anything stupid, I hope the contributors of this forum do let me know .

    Criticisms and Suggestions are welcome any day.Looking forward to your support.



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    • But moderators are not supposed to be light. They are indeed supposed to be harsh!!

      That's why I think that outside mods are even better than SAP mods, since the first ones won't be limmited by any customer relationship rules crap. 😀

      Anyway, RTFM never hurts... 😉



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    Oct 29, 2008 at 12:33 PM

    Oh no! run for the hills!!!!


    Hopefully they can provide clear leadership... and help me fix my PI issues! lol! :-P

    p.s... blunt is best! tell them how it is! don't sugar coat anything!

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    • Former Member Bhavesh Kantilal

      HAHAHA!! D'oh! oh yeah! i try and leave the past in the past!

      New project - new issues though! PI7.1 - SP6 and so many issues publishing WSDLs to the Service registry! lol! we have three open OSS notes!

      it's nice to be at the cutting edge but not fun beta testing fixes for SAP! :-D

      Keep up the good work!

      I agree with Henrique as well!! I am a mod over at A.N.Other related SAP website and I do the same!

      Be firm - but be Fair!