Constructive criticism . Polls.
- Please note that the current structure of the polls gives no
indication whatsoever as to who posted it. Yes, not even on the
This sort of omission has in the past led to at least one serious mis-
I, for one, would like to be able to decide, on the basis of my own
judgement of an individual, to vote, or not, or to indicate that the
poll seems fatally flawed.
Can this information be added?
- --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "jimpuchai" <puchai4@o...> wrote:
> Please note that the current structure of the polls gives no
> indication whatsoever as to who posted it. Yes, not even on the
> voting page.
> This sort of omission has in the past led to at least one serious
> I, for one, would like to be able to decide, on the basis of my
> judgement of an individual, to vote, or not, or to indicate thatthe
> poll seems fatally flawed.Jim,
> Can this information be added?
> Jim Puchai.
I am still learning, and as such am liable to ask dumb questions. I
have considered creating a poll, but cringe in case my questions
have been covered or as you suggest redundant. This isn't a healthy
environment for progressing. For every simple question someone else
asks, it is one less I have to. The new distillers group may be a
better place for me to be but I think I'm somewhere between here and
there.. (he says, fingers crossed). Ignoring a poll because it is
created by someone surely shouldn't be more relevant than ignoring
it because its a lame question (and it wouldn't be asked, I am sure,
if it wasn't valid). I think it is easy to get excited here because
we all are passionate about what we have been able to achieve (or
wish to). I just hope others can be tolerant of my stupid
Just saying, if others get raked over the coals, I'm hardly liable
to put my hand up....