[MUD-Dev] Re: pet peeves
ddt at discworld.imaginary.com
Thu Mar 18 16:31:41 New Zealand Daylight Time 1999
On 3/16/99, at 4:01 PM, Benjamin D. Wiechel wrote:
>The difference is, the part that I found rather arrogant was not the not
>granting of powers, but rather, the arrogance of not even being willing
>to talk with the person, simply because they logged on as a newbie and
>identified themselves as a fellow coder/admin. I would not hand out the
>keys without getting to know the person, but I think it a sore loss to not
>take the time to even converse with them for the reason that they didn't
>fit your specific protocol for saying hello.
Mostly, I don't have the time to talk to these people. I am busy enough as
it is (when I am logged on). Why should I take time out to talk to
everyone that logs on and claims to be an admin/whatever elsewhere?
Plus the fact that I am rarely ever even visible to players anyway :)
Mostly if I do end up putting someone in the fluffy domain or talking to
someone about a specific thing it will be because someone else has
recomended this to me and already done all the preliminary checking.
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