Actually, no. I'm kind of new to the whole "online writing community" thing. Only recently have I ever HEARD of people writing and posting a first draft as final draft. I just assumed that was something everyone knew was a no-no.
I really ought to invest in a printer myself but usually once I finish a poem, that's it until a couple years later. Then I bum and bother someone to let me print out probably a 100 pages worth of crap and then decide partway through the first edit to fuck that and write something new. That's probably why I'm so fearful of writing prose at times. I'd probably have my entire piece riddled full of red edits
Hmm. Looking at that again, that printer does sound wonderful. All that's left is finding a safe place for it since little man loves wires and stealing my paper
Since I can't print that much due to ink costs, I write all of my prose in a notebook. Then I let it rest for a few days. I come back to it and edit it. Then I let it rest again. When I come back to my prose, I type it onto Google docs making any edits as I type. Then, I let the prose rest again. When I am ready to post my work on deviantART, I read it and make more edits before finally posting.