[TYPO3-english] got "no_cache=1" twice

ries van Twisk typo3 at rvt.dds.nl
Tue Dec 30 16:59:57 CET 2008

On Dec 30, 2008, at 9:55 AM, Dmitry Dulepov wrote:

> Hi!
> piet roorda wrote:
>> and if he states he has a problem with typo3 he spoils the name of  
>> typo3,and
>> if he complains about his dinner his wife will angry,
> "Problem with TYPO3" means problem on TYPO3 side. "Problem in my  
> configuration" or "problem with my URLs" means something different,  
> don't you see? It comes to one thing: who is accused of the problem.

This user might not know how to express the problem in english well  
(he is not native english I think) and you could see that from his use  
of wording,
please consider this when reading mails of other users.

>> Maybe it is an idea to approach people in a more friendly way,  
>> Dimitry
> I did not say anything unfriendly. I only commented on the problem  
> report. He could also say that he has problem with typolink or  
> tslib_cObj, which is equally incorrect.
> People should be more careful in what we say. Sometimes I feel that  
> US people are correct when they have to think a lot of what they say  
> because otherwise they can be sued for their words. I neither want  
> to sue anyone, nor I think it is appropriate in most cases. But such  
> non–careful claims spoil the reputation of good extensions. Look at  
> it from the perspective of someone who found that entry using  
> Google. What they will think? Only one thing: "RealURL gives  
> problems". Is this fare? Not at all.

The number of people giving good reports about RealUrl outweighs the  
number of people with bad reports, so you not worry about that! (can I  
say worry?? I don't want to start a flame here...)

Happy holidays and season greetings,

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