Sabarish Venkat wrote:I was quiet upset after i seen for a long that there are no experts to post and reply for groovy forum
fred rosenberger wrote:Everyone here is a volunteer. They give what time they can, where they can. If you are not getting an answer to a question you posted, ask yourself if you could have done anything to make it easier to understand the issue at hand. Read our HowToAskQuestionsOnJavaRanch FAQ for tips on how to improve any question.
And it just may be that nobody here knows the answer.
Swetha Bhagavathula wrote: but if you don't mind my humble request is really if the experts or the moderator don't really understand the question(that is if the question is not proper),it would be fine if they they ask the person who posted the question in the forum to explain the way they are actually expecting.
Bear Bibeault wrote:
If you look at the more popular forums you will see that's exactly what the experts do!
The problem is that Groovy is a niche language that hardly anyone at all is using. If you check the TIOBE index, it isn't even in the top 50. More people use Visual FoxPro than Groovy!
So I don't think that it's very surprising that there aren't a whole lot of people answering Groovy questions if there aren't many people who even use the language.
Swetha Bhagavathula wrote:what about other forums?please don't mis-understand what i mean and expecting,it's all for the people who have hopes on "JavaRanch" ,.as I stated my example .. I once again request that this is not to hurt anyone but wanted to correct one's errors and need help of the experts ,moderators and even RanchHands so that they can help others ,if someone faces the same problem ,they can search the post and go ahead .otherwise query remains query.
Chris Webster wrote: JavaRanch works because it allows anybody to answer questions if they think they know the answers. As Bear points out, there are fewer people who know the answers to Groovy questions, so it may take a while to get an answer there. But on most of the mainstream JavaRanch forums you will often get an answer within minutes or hours of asking your question, and there are lots of real experts among your fellow Ranchers, not counting the JavaRanch staff (who are all volunteers with their own jobs and lives to lead). But you can play your part by doing your own research or helping others out where you can. So if you can answer somebody's question, or want to ask them for more information about their question, go right ahead and do so. If you post a question of your own, try to appreciate the free expert help you will receive in most cases, rather than complaining about the occasional cases where nobody is able to help you. And if you find the answer to your own question, remember to post it here so others can learn from your experience as well.
Rameshwar Soni wrote:Disclaimer------Not related to the topic.
I have seen chris's many post and they are really lengthy....
Swetha Bhagavathula wrote:
But what my request is there are few forums where replies are posted occasionally and sometime not even.
Swetha Bhagavathula wrote: I also request that it is not waiting for one's answer and finish our work but it is for updating our knowledge in order to share with others in future by learning from our mistakes.unless we know where our mistake is ,how come we help others?
Swetha Bhagavathula wrote: So I request to please reply for every query atleast guide how to post so that if one can't solve the other may know or faced it one or the other time...
Swetha Bhagavathula wrote: Hope my words don't hurt anyone if so please excuse me..
Swetha Bhagavathula wrote:So I request to please reply for every query atleast guide how to post so that if one can't solve the other may know or faced it one or the other time..
Swetha Bhagavathula wrote:..Hope my words don't hurt anyone if so please excuse me..
Swetha Bhagavathula wrote:So I request to please reply for every query atleast guide how to post