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Right, and there are some people as far along as I am, who still
don't quite pick it up. I have a friend who's like this. I'd have
to walk her step-by-step through those instructions. Considering
this mostly came from experience, I'm not sure why this happens.
On 11/10/2020 12:44 PM, Brian Vogel
On Tue, Nov 10, 2020 at 03:37 PM, Hope Williamson wrote:
I get that there are a lot of people not in their 20th
Indeed. And it's incumbent on them to identify themselves as
such. Anyone who knows me from the various lists I'm on has seen
me carefully nurse along true beginners many times. That's what
one should do.
But what I won't do is assume everyone on these lists, or even
most on these lists, are true beginners. Given the names I've
been seeing and the time over which I've been seeing them in
multiple venues this simply is not the case, which was my central
One has to make some assumption about what one believe about a new
member if they don't introduce themselves and their skill level.
Mine is they've got basic computer and screen reader skills. If
they don't, and they say so, then one can code shift as
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