My first rails project completed

Joel,

You asked earlier, I think, for suggestions on contributions looking
forward. You write well. I’d recommend taking a look at possibly
contributing to Rails Guides.

Best regards,
Bill

Hi Bill,

Thanks mate, I appreciate that. I’m always available to assist with
anything community related. I have no problem volunteering my time to
help. I’ll take a look into it.

Take care.

Hi Alpha,

great story - and I think by asking questions (I’ve seen a lot of them
here) you already contributed to the community.

Quite often when I had an issue I just found that you already asked
for advice, and it seems like you stumbled first on purpose , so I
could walk past the obstacle later.

Success with your site - and a big thanks to all the people who
supported him - you also supported me and all the other silent
readers.

Michael (can’t dance…) wrote:

Success with your site - and a big thanks to all the people who
supported him - you also supported me and all the other silent
readers.

Michael, I’m glad to hear that I helped you out in some form. I’m never
afraid of asking questions. The one thing I regret when posting or
seeing other posts, is when someone finds the solution and doesn’t
expand upon what they learned.

I really try to follow-up with my own posts so that when I encounter a
solution or am given a solution, I provide a short summary for the
winning response. This way if someone revisits my post at some future
date, if they read all of it, they won’t be left short without an
answer.

I recommend everyone to do the same thing with their own questions. If
you receive an answer or solution, mark it as such and provide the final
summary for your resolution.

Take care mate. :slight_smile:

Ar Chron wrote:

Alpha B.:

Nicely done… your post as well as the site. I find your ‘cupcake’
notation immensely entertaining.

But your stats do not reflect well on my Alma Mater (who shall remain
nameless)… please fix or do sumfink!

Ar Chron,

Luckily those statistics are not 100% accurate. The raw statistics are
accurate from last year but the strength ratings are being calculated
against this year’s schedule which makes them inaccurate at the moment.
This will all change once the season starts and the sandbox data is
removed and new data is populated.

So, keep your chin up. Perhaps your alma mater will do better once the
season progresses. :slight_smile:

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