Ok... let me explain the case: I recently got the review upgrade in Stackoverflow and start reviewing some questions. I'm not experienced in this and obviously everyone does mistakes initialy, so I reviewed this question here:
I thought it was off-topic in SO and guessed the best site for this question would be Server Fault because is business related and was a server issue in my point of view.
Then the user came back to me in SO with the following comment:
Nelson Teixeira - This was the reply my question got over at serverfault.com: "Unfortunately, many SO people, apparently including Nelson Teixeira, have no clue what's topical here, but feel inclined to sent people over here anyway. He was wrong. – Sven♦ 38 mins ago" serverfault.com/questions/705410/… THANKS MAN. – Kaye Handlon
I came to SF and saw moderator Sven treated him very rudely. I have even flagged the question for rudeness. Here:
Some thoughts and questions:
- if we are not experienced yet we expect the experienced people teach us the best ways to do things. Not that they are rude at us.
- moderators should promote SF, not repel who's trying to help. Speccially if they are beggining in this function.
- this isn't a paid job and even if it was this isn't the right way to treat anyone.
- what should have been my best attitude so I can improve in the future and avoid this type of behaviour from moderators and users of SO ?
- what is the correct site I should have directed the user ?
Ok... I think that with the last explanation from Sven this case is closed. Thanks to all who helped, commented and gave instructions on how I could improve. Sorry for the trouble and I'll try to do a better job next time.