Hello Mr. Bhatia,
Your advice makes a lot of sense - but this applies more in the offline world. The issue is that in a text only medium it is extremely difficult to be certain of the the tone of the posted message. This becomes a bigger problem when the message is intended in a corporate type environment, where most people are on guard against criticism or they don't really see the other parties as authority figures. Thus to make this work, it is of paramount importance that politeness is maintained. This space was never meant for criticism but rather for solutions to problems faced in corporate issues.
It is best that we don't worry about the repetition or novice'ness and concentrate on identifying the interesting threads. One way this can be done is by "follow"ing the senior people - this will send you recommendations in the "recommended" tab and collectively the seniors can identify the best threads where an input from them is warranted.

From India, Gurgaon
Let me just also say that Nashbramhal is a respected senior academician and his goal for being here is to help students understand the importance of proper research work. The problem is the new thread starters would not know that and its a stark contrast to what happens in the offline world where the words spoken are in a proper setting and your position is well known.

That reminds me of a case I had read related to a concert violinist. Here's the excerpt:

Joshua Bell is one of the finest classical musicians in the world.

The Washington Post conducted an experiment and put Joshua at the metro station like a street musician - and see what happened…

About a 1000 people passed by without noticing him - most thought the person was good but didn’t stand for more than a few minutes. Only a few recognized him - and a violinist who would make $100,000 per hour in a concert - made $32.

You can read my whole post here: The stories that make a person worth more... | SROYS

So many times the great masters have to pretend to be men under cloaks here - out to help others. They also need to leave behind their stage and all that come with it - the respect, the adulation, the credit. Nashbramhal made that decision a long time ago - and even though he gets criticism from many his goal remains clear. Some others don't mind being who they are in real life but they need to realize that this network is predominantly used by SME professionals who have never heard of these corporate heroes. So the stance these seniors need to take is not the same as someone who is a senior in an organisation - they are a community senior here and need to be patient and welcoming with the new users.

From India, Gurgaon
Thank you very much for the rply. I know you are right but i felt bad with the tone they used for some one who jus wanted to increase knowledge. I really like being a part citehr and i am active with the discussions and posts. One of your moderator messaged me that i voilated the rule by creating a new profile to highlight the isuue. I really dont understand if i wanted to highlight a fact without being known whats the issue with it. I guess some people dint liked my reaction to the problem. Though it did not happened to me but at any time anyone can pubically insult me assuming that the question i asked was not up to there level.
I am sorry but this is not the way. But they should not reply on such threads.

From India, Bhopal
Dear Friend
If we are not interested to disclose our name publicly, then we can use the option of hiding the name and user id by clicking on make Anonymous box.
As you said our Moderators are really respect the other members, that's the reason they send the private message to them after due moderation. Here I would like to tell you one thing, we (Including you) all are helping each other without any expectation and with that we all are further developing our knowledge level too.
Please do not have such feeling that someone will insult you. We all are equal here, no senior or no junior, no student or no professional. Whoever have the query they ask and whoever have reply, they respond. If anything happened, then it may be happened without any intention and unknowingly. Hence if anything happened also do not take it to your heart.
Wish you a great day ahead.

From India, Kumbakonam
I think you are right. No one should use such rude language as we don't even know each other to be judgemental. But let it go if there are some rude people there are many others who help selflessly.

From India, Bhopal
Hope this discussion is concluded with expected solution. Hence we close this thread for further discussion.
From India, Kumbakonam

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