Please dont mis lead the person asking questions by behaving as Bar Tenders!!
Yet you feel the need to do exactly the same thing???
The reasons behind not crossposting questions to multiple forums (fora?) are also valid for multiple postings of the same question. There are many times where a question is asked, and a search in the same forum reveals upward of 100 hits! There is no reason to start a new thread for a question which has been answered dozens of times.
I also feel that the criticism of people "behaving as bartenders" is unfounded and a bit hypocritical when made by a non-bartender.
I believe it's not only a Bartender's job to keep the forum fit. The poster (?! I mean the one who posts) also has a choice to say something to remarks such as "please search" and explain at least once why he/she needs to post repeatedly. Repeated posts ( and posts with incomprehensible titles ) cause much suffering to those who use the search facility extensively.
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