Ahh, cool, ok :)
I noticed someone posted to point out an existing duplicate that he or
someone else had already marked as duplicate by the time i clicked on the
link. Good work there!
This bug-hunt might hopefully recruit a few more people when they realise
how easy it is. Most of us probably assume that it's all a lot more
complicated than it turns out to be. Having a short, time-limited drive
makes a lot of sense. Perhaps a future one might focus on finding
duplicates just as the last session had a different focus from this one.
I will try to mention about searching for duplicates before posting in the
future. I didn't realise it happened so often.
Apols, thanks, good luck and regards from
On 30 April 2014 15:48, Cor Nouws <email@example.com> wrote:
Tom Davies wrote (27-04-14 04:11)
Sure, but that is covered by one of the first items in the wiki-guide
and is handled really well there.
Thanks for pointing, and yes I do know that.
But looking at the number of duplicates and the hard work that the many
QA-volunteers do, it's a topic that can't be over-estimated, IMHO :)
So every change to promote the mindset "check before submit" is one to
take .. ;) ?
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