Campbell Ritchie wrote:By this time it will be pointless trying to remove the post because it will already have been recorded in internet archiving sites.
Why do you want to change it? Have you posted confidential material?
leonardo ginting wrote:reason that i want to delete my post is because i just need to remove or edit part of my code that i've posted, like you said i've posted code that i should not posted i just want to edit part of my code or remove it
i hope you guys understand because i need it thanks
Tim Moores wrote:Poor guy: so many moderators zeroing in on him :-) Given that the post contains package names and DB field names I can easily see why he would prefer to keep that secret. What's more, that information could be easily altered (and in a fraction of the time it took to argue why it shouldn't be deleted, IMO).
Tim Moores wrote:... (and in a fraction of the time it took to argue why it shouldn't be deleted, IMO).
Tim Moores wrote:Don't get me wrong, I'm not advocating deleting stuff that got answers willy-nilly. What seems missing, though, amongst the plethora of moderator posts, is to tell leonardo that he needs to be specific about what he'd like to see removed, and why. His last post indicates that he still doesn't understand that.
Tim Moores wrote:What seems missing...is to tell leonardo that he needs to be specific about what he'd like to see removed, and why.
Fred Rosenberger wrote:Why does it need to be deleted?
Campbell Ritchie wrote: Why do you want to change it? Have you posted confidential material?
Henry Wong wrote: just ask a moderator with details on what you want to edit and why.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:we can alter confidential information
Campbell Ritchie wrote:You have still not explained why we should delete anything.