Today, when a user asked a question for tutorials on Diff. Calculus because they wanted to learn it and make a tutorial themselves in the future, I posted a lot of resources with full intention to help. I started getting accusations by some users including the asker themselves, and I even got reported. How should I handle such cases?
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@ParthKohli are you trying to act innocent ?@Callisto saw what happened .
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I think they were accusing that I trolled. However, I am not sure exactly where I did something disgraceful. :-|
I'm sorry if I did any mistake, but I fail to recognize where. :-(
For the tutorial, from my previous observation, hba, the asker you referred to in this post, actually shared something about that topic. In this case, the tutorial "question" is not a question, but a post to share knowledge.
If I get it right, the original post is called ''Differential Calculus:Tutorial''. This should be interpreted as "A Tutorial for Differential Calculus". And the comment "I'm making it" actually meant he was going to type it out/ post it. So, in this case, a bunch of resources not only may not be helpful, it may also give an impression that this tutorial is ... ruined. I would say it's just some misunderstandings that made thing worse.
Since the tutorial issue hasn't been settled, posting a tutorial as a question is still allowed. Maybe it's better to wait until the asker has posted all the things there. This can help avoid interrupting the tutorial. If you think there are something more to add orshare, just wait until the asker has finished.
As reading tutorials is also a good way to learn, it'd be nice to see some good tutorials here. We should also appreciate the effort the asker has put there.
(I hope I have addressed your concern.. :| )
Well parthh you were acting really weird and now you act as if nothing happened. O.o
Anyway I agree with Jo.
What?! I didn't realize that the asker was making a tutorial right in that post.
@Callisto: Yes, the title really confused me! I am not sure how to react. Anybody didn't inform me that the post was supposed to be a tutorial itself.
Sorry, I hope to not ruin anything. I am not used to ambiguity and I think it is my fault. Sorry :-(