You've contacted me and asked about why other members are not helping you and being mean to you.
I decided to reply in an open post.
First of, I've been very busy lately and wasn't able to follow everything that was going on on the board. I wasn't fully aware of the situation until I got your IM.
Please keep in mind that nobody on this board is getting payed or getting any other benefits for helping out here. They do this because they believe in the Linux community and trying to give back what they received from others.
Your are more than welcome to ask questions, but can't demand answers. Also before you ask a question, do a little research on your own. Try to search this board first, then Google or any other site that might be helpful. If you can't find the answer anywhere, make a post. Your post should be like "I tried this and got this result or tried that and got that result", not just "It doesn't work, what do I do?". If you get a response, make sure you follow the instructions and reply back what the outcome was. PLEASE BE PATIENT!
If your post shows that you've done your homework, just stuck with a problem, you will get very helpful responses and nobody will be mean to you or make fun of you.
If you keep these few thing in mind your learning experience and relationship with other members will be a lot better.