Tonight, I have noticed at least ten "First Question" tags attached to an Asker's query. No one welcomed the new Asker. Isn't this the job of an Ambassador?
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I replied to a "newbie" by asking the person right off the bat to draw a diagram. Had I caught the "first question" tag when I clicked on the Asker's question, I would not have responded with a less than welcoming response. I take responsibility for my oversight of the Asker's first question status.
Regardless, I share that responsibility, I think, with those who who have applied and been selected to welcome newbies. If I am incorrect, please apprise me of that.
The following link leads to the "newbie" two of us met tonight:
I read the following thread and would like to ask if this Ambassador's response to a mathematics question is representative of the thinking of the other Ambassadors.
I wrote a short apology to the Asker who had to read it as a reply to the Asker's question.
If you are intersted in the question and Ambassador reply, click the following link: http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/510b9fe5e4b09cf125bc1012
It would be kind, I think, if you would reply to the Asker's question and weigh in on who you think is the greatest mathematician of the last century.
Well yea I'm pretty sure an Ambassador was on at the time, but they might have been doing something. If I was on I would have greeted him :)