Thank you very much for your reply. It is now the second time I'm closed. Ok, the first one, one can maybe find some strange comments from my side -even, it was not strange enough to close my acc, I think ...
This time CP message was:
Hi Bruno Sprecher,
Your account at CodeProject has been reported as The member is a spammer 1 time and is now deactivated.
So 1 time, seems to be a very high pointed member.
My login/mail is: [DELETED].ch
This mail is only junk. I use it only in worst case.
Thank you very much
Gesendet: Freitag, 26. Dezember 2014 um 16:07 Uhr
Von: "Paul Griffin" <[DELETED]@[DELETED].com>
Betreff: Codeproject: Message from Member 11335155
No, not me – I didn’t see any spam there, or I would have reported it in the spam and abuse forum – and you don’t appear there, so it’s probably either
1) Someone who doesn’t like you (and has friends or well-trained sock puppets)
2) Someone with an itchy trigger finger and thinks any mention of GoDaddy is spam.
It takes a number of votes – around 12 – to kick a member unless one of the Staff get involved, and I can’t see that in this case.
If you have a second account, you can post a request for re-instatement here: http://www.codeproject.com/suggestions.aspx and the Hamsters are likely to smile upon you (eventually, it is Christmas). If you don’t, then let me know what email you used to log in and I’ll post a request on your behalf.
Paul “OriginalGriff” Griffin.
Message from Member 11335155 <[DELETED]@web.de>:
Did you kicked me because of this question?
I don't get the Point where I posted spam...
Click on the username takes you to a new screen with the left navigation menu.
By making a choose, the menu disapears, or is changing. WHY...I'm still in my account en it's my navigation menu with head items....
Waiting for the day, I'll solve your problem.
And another question about this language. In this article: PureBasic - The Perfect Cross-Platform & Native Development Language
I overviewed and referenced a commercial (paid) product, PureBasic, to the extent that at the end of the article have its price from its developer.
I clearly wrote in this article that I'm not a spammer, do not advertise the product and do not work for its developer. Well, just wrote an article about PL, period. But some participants do not believe me. Could this article be deleted my moderation, if participants'll report?
How can I prove that I'm really not a spammer?
When I logged in this morning, my settings had gone. Instead of my usual 50 messages per fluid page, I was down to 25 per fixed layout page. My notification settings had changed as well. Now, I know I didn't change things.
Ah you must have been the first to fall victim of the santa hamster.
He doesn't really care if you'v been good or bad, he just likes to play tricks.
He is a not so jolly one this hamster, something about being left in the cold.
Of course nobody knows the real story, well nobody except CM but he isn't telling.
I'd say leave a bottle of gin out for him, but that just makes things worse.
He only comes out to play around x-mas, so just another couple days
and everything will be back to the way it was before.
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
I slipped-up and forgot to make a backup of my "solution" before the "jaws of death" closed: [^].
Is that "version" hack still available that someone here (Rage ?) showed me how to use to recover the post ?
Edit: yes, it was ProgramFox showed me how to find a deleted response using the 'version url, and I found it, sans carriage-returns, but otherwise intact.
Unfortunately, I lost my comment to Sergey's comment which was meant to go in my ammunition box
«OOP to me means only messaging, local retention and protection and hiding of state-process, and extreme late-binding of all things. » Alan Kay's clarification on what he meant by the term "Object" in "Object-Oriented Programming."