IEInternals has a different comment policy than other blogs you may have
participated in. The policy is fairly simple: if I don't believe your
comment would be useful to other readers, it will be removed.
This policy is meant to help ensure that readers of IEInternals need not
wade through a large number of off-topic, spam, inaccurate, whiny,
insulting, politicized, or similarly distracting remarks when learning about
IE. I have received overwhelmingly positive feedback about this policy from
regular readers who compare the value of comments they read on IEInternals
vs. those at other blogs.
Some may protest that this policy is somehow a violation of "free
speech", failing to understand that freedom of speech means you may say
whatever you want, but that doesn't mean that anyone is interested in
hearing it, nor does it mean that a publisher must carry such speech. There
are plenty of forums for such conversations, and you're encouraged to move
those discussions to such forums.
Note: Please understand that this policy includes "positive" but
similarly non-useful remarks like "Thank you for this wonderful post"
-- thank you, and you're welcome. But other readers won't benefit from your
kudos, and hence they will also be removed.
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