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Read This Post Now! Last Warning!

Matt Midcap
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Dear Ranchers,
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This is a technical discussion board, and we should maintain a level of professionalism.
Names like - "Anonymous", "Java Daemon" , "SCJP_99" , "Java Ghost" , "javahacks", "Ginie outside the bottle" , "Geek", "Java Centric", "Newbie", "Puppy" hardly looks professional, friendly and approachable. This is not a chat room and all of us are obligated to maintain the etiquette this forum demands. JavaRanch really encourages the participants to use real names rather than fictitious aliases which look very unprofessional and amateur. If your account currently does not follow this guideline, please create a new account that does.
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Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!
Your friendly bartender/moderator
Matt Midcap


Best Regards,<br />Matt Midcap
 
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