Answering Questions on the Wiki (Proposal)

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Nick R.
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Re: Answering Questions on the Wiki (Proposal)

Post by Nick R. » Thu Oct 13, 2016 11:48 am

I'm new to this forum and a newbe to etrikes which I want to get into, also I don't know what WiKi means and have searched this whole forum for a place for dummies, everything i read is written for the real savvy pro and wonder if I should seek a lesser forum, Is there a place here that I could ask dumb questions that would not offend the readers. Nick R.

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Re: Answering Questions on the Wiki (Proposal)

Post by Dauntless » Mon Mar 27, 2017 9:09 am

Nick R. wrote: searched this whole forum for a place for dummies, everything i read is written for the real savvy pro and wonder if I should seek a lesser forum, Is there a place here that I could ask dumb questions that would not offend the readers. Nick R.
https://endless-sphere.com/w/index.php/Main_Page

I wouldn't say it's written for the real savvy pro at all. When you don't know something of course it sounds alien to you, get used to it. You'll start catching on. Lesser forums don't go anywhere. As for ". . . .Dumb questions that would not offend the readers?" some of these people are offended by SMART questions, so again, get used to it. It's the path through life.
Any sufficiently advanced technology is INDISTINGUISHABLE FROM MAGIC!
- Arthur C. Clarke

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Re: Answering Questions on the Wiki (Proposal)

Post by d8veh » Mon Aug 14, 2017 9:27 am

Just remember that every mentally subnormal Chinaman can still speak Chinese, so it can't be difficult to learn. E-bike speak is a lot easier than Chinese.

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