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Sorry for the repetition, this is the last time on this subject...

If you think a question is important, vote it up.

If you have a really high opinion of a question, click on the "favorite" star underneath the vote up/down arrow.

The software is great, but it will take community effort to make SQLA great.

To answer your next question, no, I am not wearing a cheerleader's outfit as I write this :)

asked 14 Nov '09, 10:07

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Breck Carter
accept rate: 20%

edited 11 Jan '14, 07:47

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Graeme Perrow

"Hey, look, a bounty! Breck just gave Reimer Pods a bounty, that's not fair! Nobody else had a chance!"

Well, think of it as the "SQLA Lottery"... everyone who participates in SQLA is automatically entered in the lottery, and from time to time, the site administrator will non-randomly give out bounties from his own pile of loot. Think of SQLA as a modern commune run by an old-fashioned pirate.

(20 Nov '09, 11:13) Breck Carter

Me thinks you're looking rather cheery in that picture and you're clearly the leader of this thing. So why not replace the somewhat dusty term administrator with cheerleader :).

By the way I couldn't find favorite mentioned in the faq (not to mention favourite, as the british folks in this community might write it).

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answered 19 Nov '09, 15:37

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Reimer Pods
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Cheerleader sounds better than what some others have called me ( "Sybase shill", etc :)

The FAQ is definitely unfinished... it will get done, but answering questions is a lot more fun. And "favourite" is what I am supposed to say, being British Lite myself (Canadian).

(19 Nov '09, 15:49) Breck Carter
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