Please do not ignore the polite requests of other members of this forum under the discussion tab for the page. Also, repeatedly undoing other people's edits will (eventually) be taken as a sign that you don't know how to work with others. Repeated violators will be banned, first temporarily, then permanently. Such a result would help neither you nor Haskell. Get better! Thanks. --TimToady (talk) 03:01, 2 December 2013 (UTC)
- This site has grown to be useful based on mutual respect and civility. Whatever your age, you are currently behaving like a spoiled brat. Your anger is only hurting you. Please learn some basic manners, or next time one of the admins will block you for a longer period. --TimToady (talk) 02:12, 3 December 2013 (UTC)
Hi Francogrex. It is a general policy on Rosetta Code for all tasks to start as draft tasks until they have around three examples written by other people (four in total if the author provides the first example); as well as no major difficulties outstanding on the talk page. If you want to undo some edit then it would be good to provide your reasons in the edit comment or as well as the talk page if it needs a longer explanation.
Thanks for the positive note. I did not know the distinction between the draft task and the final task; I thought the constant editing of my contribution by others was the result of a foul play. There is another interesting task I added recently about machine code execution.--(talk) 10:54, 1 January 2014 (UTC)