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22nd July 2014, 10:27 PM |#11  
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Originally Posted by hasenbein1966

Why am I to blame when Krisjanne doesn't do research before developing a Xposed module? If he would have known Gravity Box (a very well-known, popular module) then he obviously would not have felt the necessity of developing a little module which just contains 2 rather pedestrian functions which are also part of Gravity Box (and other modules).
If I compose a piece of music and it unfortunately sounds like "Fur Elise", then it's my bad, and next time I better compose something original...

u are a stain on the glass..and many would agree..
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23rd July 2014, 06:04 AM |#12  
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Originally Posted by xinfinityoO

u are a stain on the glass..and many would agree..

Yes, I know, many don't like hearing truths...
23rd July 2014, 08:20 AM |#13  
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Originally Posted by xinfinityoO

u are a stain on the glass..and many would agree..

I do agree.

Originally Posted by hasenbein1966

Yes, I know, many don't like hearing truths...

It's not about truth - it's about a constant aggressive behavior against people asking questions or trying to contribute to this community.
Interestingly, you don't show that behavioral patterns in the German forums, only here.

I do follow your actions for quite a while, so I know your behavior quite well.

It does NOT help attacking people for asking "newbee" questions, lecturing them by saying things like "read yourself, lazy parasite" if you exactly know where to find certain information. Pointing askers to the right source of information is easy, accomplished in a moment's time. But you usually prefer locking out askers from needed information; seems to be far more fun attacking them for asking than offering a helping hand.

Everybody is a newbee at the beginning. That's why there are schools, that's why there are forums.
It won't help if a teacher at school refuses to answer questions by proclaiming: "I had to learn it by myself, so you've gotta do the same, stupid noob."

It won't help calling the works of people trying to contribute to a community "superfluous" just because there's already something covering similar matters.
If all people thought that way, there would be ONE single computer, ONE single mobile phone, ONE single car, etc. today. And ONE single OS: iOS.
Progress almost always involves reinventing things, streamlining, reducing, enhancing them.

Shouting down people because they DARE to ask questions, because they DARE to offer something to the community is NOT helpful.
It's the opposite: Aggressive reactions like the ones you're infamous for muzzle people, make them fear asking questions, make them anxious about contributing anything to the community. Reactions like that are just beneficial for one single thing: Polishing your ego.

And that's not what a community like this really needs.
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24th July 2014, 08:36 AM |#14  
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first: It's in the rules of XDA that before asking something, a user should really search whether his question has already been asked or whether his issue has been already covered elsewhere. It's very obvious (especially in a small forum like the Z2 Tablet forum) that some people don't do this and seem to think that the work they themselves should do as well could be done by nice other people... Simply put on your helpless puppy face, and others will do it for you...

Second: XDA has a rather loose moderation. The German "Computerbase" forum, for instance, is different: When someone asks the same thing for the umpteenth time and opens a new thread for that, the thread gets deleted. The moderators are really strict, and that is a good thing because the forums remain clean and compact.
In "Android-Hilfe" it's a bit less strict, but superfluous threads also get deleted sometimes.

And when, after me pointing out that his Xposed module is superfluous, this guy is offended and immediately takes down his link and his postings, then this guy has a problem, not me. He as well could have pointed out that he thinks that a small module could serve a purpose for some people who don't want to install a large one instead of reacting in a oversensitive way. Perhaps it even wasn't oversensitive, but he simply thought I was right? And was a bit ashamed that he didn't research better?? Do you know?
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13th October 2014, 08:42 PM |#15  
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I'm pretty depressed by the way this turned out.

Listen up folks, future Devs start "somewhere", and not always do they put out "killer" apps on the first go around.

What really ticks me off, is that people do their best to contribute, then some self deserving user comes along and knocks what somebody put effort into, in an attempt to contribute to the XDA community. If you don't like what is offered, then just kindly move along to something else, without leaving the comments.

Hopefully, the OP realizes that not all XDA users are like that, and appreciate the time involved and the contribution.

Seeing how there is no longer a download link, I will just regrettably close this thread.

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