[development] Drupal 7 - views
Iain William Wiseman
iwiseman at bibble.co.nz
Sun May 1 21:13:49 UTC 2011
On 2/05/2011 8:53 a.m., Michael Favia wrote:
> Calling that "another way of learning" is like calling panhandling
> "another way of earning a living".
> Neither benefits the community you belong to and both detract from the
> gainful contributions of others in time and resources.
> That said your question was a reasonable one for this list imo. Some
> folks even after reading api and docs ask much worse. Welcome to
> drupal. Respect others time and we'll respect yours. ;)
> On May 1, 2011 3:36 PM, "Iain William Wiseman" <iwiseman at bibble.co.nz
> <mailto:iwiseman at bibble.co.nz>> wrote:
> > On 2/05/2011 2:23 a.m., Earl Miles wrote:
> >> On 5/1/2011 4:56 AM, Iain william Wiseman wrote:
> >>> I will google this. I am very new. Never read docs but learn by
> >>> - bad I know.
> >> In an open source community where you're leaning on volunteers for
> >> this is an incredibly disrespectful way to get started in the
> people who
> >> work in the community.
> > Thank you for your useful contibution and your openess to other ways of
> > learning.
Reading the docs makes little sense without real examples. Only when I
understand how it works can I find relevance in the docs. I am not
asking everyone to work this way but it is the way I work and I have
found I make progress using this approach. Google is your friend. I am
happy to share my knowledge without first asking if someone has read the
manual back to back or for that matter even opened it. The aim, for me,
is to get people to contribution and to make progress. I quick google of
bibble_235 drupal will show I also contribute as well.
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