Interesting. I do not get the flag to mark it as spam to show up. Marked the author though.
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Todays survey "other" responses includes "Welcome to Wigs-Lace. Offering wigs, hair extensions, falls"
Which would seem to be spam - even if it doesn't have a link of any type. As usual, these are anonymous, so he can't be reported.
Could the perp be hit with the ban hammer, please?
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If a person gets offended on the notes that the post is not a question and provides no information to experts, and demands (Wes Aday, in this case) to stop commenting any of OP's post, let's think: can such person be considered as a qualified at least as an inquirer?
I am not sure that I agree. I think that people like this will either stop posting, or learn what's required, if the community responds to their unreasonable requests. I know my first ever post to comp.lang.cplusplus was greeted with derision and mockery ( somewhat unfairly, I think ). But, I knew I needed help and I wanted to learn, so I paid attention and learned the rules of the group. These people should be given the same chance.
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The question in, er, question, was not an answerable question as posed. Report it as such and move on. I don't see the point in belabouring the point with someone unwilling to provide a clear question.
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I can't see the answer in question anymore so can't be sure.
Here the textual of the answer (without link): You will need to use machine-locked or activation based licensing scheme to implement this. For a ready-to-use scheme which has this features, try CryptoLicensing.
It's always this sentence to any question OP answers.
Tom Deketelaere wrote:
but it might be something Chris wants to look into.