You're posting from his account!
I have no idea what you're even saying any more.
I don't need to sockpuppet, APK. I don't sockpuppet on Slashdot either. Feel free to report me to DICE if you feel so strongly on the matter.
Do tell us how your words tasted since you had to eat
I had no words to eat because I noted that you would do 'TL;DR' posts and you did make them.
Why are you avoiding answering that simple question?
I answered the questions in the post as you asked, you like changing the goal posts, don't you?
At this point it's quite obvious you and lumpy are the same person sockpuppeteering too.
Ya didn't greet me
Yes, I did:
n' ya didn't answer a question
Looking at the post you linked, you used question marks in few places:
Per my subject-line above vs. your erroneous statement?
I still think you have a reading comprehension issue.
Some evidence to the contrary... ok??
Your evidence was that you posted TL;DR content still... (Remember, my post was "APK does not understand this. Also, expect more TL;DR type posts from him now.")
P.S.=> So, as the saying goes? "Argue with the numbers" that came STRAIGHT from your own "peers" here on
That doesn't even sound like a common saying.
Anyway, I have now answered your questions, so we return to my comment...
Hows it going, APK?
Finally, is there really no FOSS mail server solution that can handle push mail notifications to smartphones?
IMAP IDLE is supported by most modern FOSS mail servers.
I've had Excel crash by merely opening it. Sounds enterprise ready to me.
, but sadly, nothing open source can touch MS Outlook + Lync
I have done such a setup with Zimbra, Asterisk and generic opensource SIP clients.
products have some of the functionality, but nothing has it all
The only functionality I am aware of that I have missing in my setup is Outlook Journals. Does anyone even use that?
Calm down, all I did was greet you.
I don't really troll on Slashdot.
Giving away your own troll modus operandi isn't too smart
It's interesting how some people end up over reacting when they hear you're a troll and you just have a pleasant conversation with other people as they yell and scream.
Unlike most trolls, I don't need anonymity. I can also form long lasting relationships with people regardless of them knowing of the label too.
Many people are ignorant and disrespectful on the internet because they can't be identified.
As someone who is known to troll. I tend to do my best to not be ignorant. Also, I am generally respectful even when trolling.
The real solution is for users to have an identity that follows them
I've been using the same username for years on multiple sites. It hasn't really done anything.
There needs to be accountability for people posting garbage.
No, let's ban people for posting garbage to the Internet. There is so much garbage online these days, it's hard to sift through it all and the ignorance of users who just repost that garbage is infuriating.
Hi APK. Hows it going?
The latter is part of a system to view the default homepage and get fake pay per views on their ads. You'll notice how IE ignores interaction for a short while loading the homepage.
Then why do you do it?
Depends on the circumstances of the troll. One example could be to show others the ignorance of someone.
Second sentence seemed pretty concrete on what you were saying applied to all trolling.