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6-14-2011 @ 5:52PM
@DragonFireKai: Well said. I've seen some people defend the devs with an argument that they are doing the Q&As out of courtesy and in their "spare" time, and that they do not have to do it at all. My answer is, if you are going to do something, do it right. If you do not have the time to do a thorough job, then simply, do not do it. If trying to meet a deadline, I would rather they delay the publish than put out crap like this last one.What boggles me is that the person(s) who publish the Q&As must have some sort of editor or QA they run drafts by. This means that more than one person (probably multiple people) read this before it was published and gave it the thumbs up.
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