[Wikipedia-l] Re: Toki Pona

Anthere anthere9 at yahoo.com
Thu Sep 23 04:19:07 UTC 2004

Mark Christensen a écrit:
>>As far as "very young contributor", I think it is not fair to 
>>judge my actions only by my age...
> I think the point Jens Ropers was making is that your age and
> inexperience should mitigate the impropriety of your actions.
> I would recommend learning two new skills that will make your work with
> other wikipedians more rewarding and successful.  1) wait a day before
> posting a reply, and 2) always approach other people's posts with an
> attitude that says "I understand you have something valuable to say, and
> I'm sure I could learn a lot from you."  If you do these two things,
> I'll bet you'll find that people are much more open to what you have to
> say. 
> Another funny thing about resistance is that the more you push the more
> people resist.  This cycle can keep going for a long time, but it
> requires that both sides keep pushing.  If you stop fighting and work on
> some problems that both of you care about, you will often find that
> resistance melts away.   
> --Mark Christensen

You are so right ! :-)

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