I didn't "spoil" anything. Nor did I "decide" anything. I simply stated that hit counters do not provide information anywhere near as useful as the statistics package that we all enjoy, and that they are an indication of a lack of professionalism.
This is the discussion forum. The wiki is a place for articles, not discussion.
Now you are just being melodramatic. There was nothing wrong with your post, and there was nothing wrong with my reply. Both were equally informative.
Perhaps that is the case, but it is clear that you were suggesting that my standards fall below what I expect from others, which is a personal attack. Apart from the very first site I built (which was built with FrontPage, had frames, and even a hit counter), I am proud of the work I have done. I have embraced web standards and followed usability "best practices" to the best of my ability. I have also done the best I can to share what I have learned, as evidenced by my work on the wiki.
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