Being new to Oracle, I'm almost certain I'm missing something simple here. This is what I'm trying to run:
type string_table IS TABLE OF VARCHAR2(512);
Is it the nature of the site that most of these posts or edits are done in a traditional Chinese style?
Or is the style mostly western?
The reason for my asking is this:
In the West we are told of a highly stylized and highly ritualistic East, especially in Chinese. In the West we are told that the Chinese are highly skilled in maneuverings, especially with words, and I'm curious if the "good" edits are really an attempt to bring that same ritual of attack and parry with words to a technical site. Since I can't judge the first question, I can't even begin to judge the second one.
In that case, you have three options: Draw them both into chat and chastise them, establishing yourself as a higher personage (you already said you are probably the only one that can monitor edits); leave them alone until someone else comes along; approve them if they are substantially beneficial edits or refuse them if they are not substantially beneficial
I would opt for the third one, with an encouragement on meta that those who are frustrated over edit rejections come to chat to discuss it more openly and quickly, instead of taking a long time for responses
But we do ask that in chat English be the preferred language, if only for purposes of moderation. Until we get several moderators who can moderate in the native tongue.
If you need someone else to confirm these suggestions of mine, or to refute my suggestions, I can probably summon someone from the Stack Exchange Employees
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