ait at p2ee.org
Fri Aug 5 16:17:14 UTC 2011
On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 11:43 AM, Jerry <jerry at seibercom.net> wrote:
> On Fri, 5 Aug 2011 10:47:54 -0400
> Alejandro Imass articulated:
> For Christ's sake, he posted a simple assignment outline, more than
> likely the original one he received and asked for help with it.
> Obviously, part of the problem can be attributed to language. I assume
> someone besides myself noticed where the assignment originated from.
Everyone reacts from his or her particular perception. The assignment
is in plain English so I doubt the problem is language related, so in
my perception, the question is laziness.
And you have to respect that.
> All he did was ask for some assistance; not for someone to do the actual
> assignment. Perhaps he could have worded it different; however, anyone
> with an IQ over 2 would have been aware of what his intent was.
Exactly my point, thanks:
With my humble IQ of 2, his e-mail reads "Please do my homework for me".
> Personally, if I was his instructor, I would give him high marks on
> initiative for going straight to the source and seeking answers. I am
It's a good thing you are not! IMHO awarding laziness is not a good thing.
> assuming that you actually have some education, basket weaving doesn't
> count, and have received assignments that required obtaining facts,
> etcetera. It would have been so much easier and pleasant to have simple
> listed a few links to documentation that he might be able to use rather
> than attacking the OP in a condescending manner.
The only one attacking here, my friend, is you.
My mail was very straight forward: go do your homework first; then
come back and ask some intelligent question.
I would gladly accept you criticism if I hadn't pointed the OP in the
But if it's a question of "style" then the question becomes, where did
you get your education? because any of my teachers would have done the
same or worse:
"go away and come back with a specific question; don't come here with
you assignment and expect me to do it for you!", "but here, read this
and then come back"
> If you are really looking for e-mail addresses, start here:
> <http://www.uc-bcf.edu.ph/>. When you e-mail his instructors, please
> CC me as well. I really want to see how this is going to turn out for
> you. Be sure to include the OP's original post to this list as well.
Yeah well you should have looked yourself first, the faculty staff is
And, as I stated in my original reply, they don't post their mails. I
do my homework first.
> Jerry ✌
> jerry+fbsd at seibercom.net
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