Oopps... nope... Mars mission is nothing for me... No women for the rest of my life.
True. but won't happen if men don't create one for them.
Just make the games for women easier and bore men away. More women, less men... ratio improved. Problem solved.
I see. You have no arguments anymore and must get personal. Thanks for the discussion, but going on with you is useless. Not that I did not expect it from the begin with.
none of them are women
Cry me a river. Damn meritocracy . Outrageous! One has to earn merits to be idolized. So unfair against women. Compete against men and getting no special facilities.
Even if you stay anonymous, it is still unpleasant to be part of a community which implicitly is hostile to you, as demonstrated by the dozens of blatantly misogynistic comments on here.
What goes around, comes around. Not being able to start something themselves. Not willing to play by the same rules men must do. But still want to have a say everywhere. And then, if they don't get their will bitching about discrimination and 'mysogeny'. This really is rich.
You might call strong reactions against this mysogeny. I call it a natural reflex against parasitism.
You are right. I totally forgot, that there is only one open source project and Linus Torvalds is a saint, who is the only one who contributed to it.
Every misandric rant should be answered with a mysogenic one. Long overdue that men stop turning the other cheek when lazy advantage seeking women cry foul. I don't care if my arguments are effective or not. Religious zealots can't be reached with arguments anyway. You want arguments? Fine. Go to YouTube and search for Karen Straughan.
Who voted this misandristic bullshit up?
The fact is, women's brains aren't more or less "wired" for anything, and most preferences are learned through socialising.
Proof by assertion against all results reputable (non gender religious) research studies came up with.
But don't take it from me, ask any group of women already involved in open-source about the challenges they face daily.
All men should always keep in mind: Women lie. The lie is above all the most important weapon of women. The proof is in this case easy: Usually there is no way to know who is involved in and open-source project. And it never matters. If there is are women in open-source, it is only noticed if they need to flaunt: 'Hey, look guys, I shove a pair of tits in front of me'. Those have an agenda and definitely are not to be believed.
3. We do not need to accommodate the rude and self-centered people who can't (or won't) embrace their responsibilities to the people they share the world with.
Except they work for the NRA.
Sooner or later GG with prescription glasses will be common. People will claim GG is the only set of glasses they own and they are required to wear glasses while driving. One poster meant Google should use the accelerometer to switch off the glasses, when in a car and driving. This would probably not nice to fellow passengers. I think Google should add a feature, which allows cops the use a NFC or bluetooth device, which can detect, whether GG was active the last five minutes. Should be enough time to determine, whether the driver used GG or not. This way it might even be possible to distinguish between use cases. Using GPS is allowed, emailing, watching TV etc. is not.
...all kind of information onto the windshield, e.g. speed, but also GPS information. Does this also count as watching TV?
The 'customer' shouldn't have such fine grained control over the development process.
It is not really a question of fine grained control. More a question of time and money. Suppose you are a consultant, who is asked how much time a certain project needs. You say: Four weeks. You know how to write tests. You like to write tests because you know that requirements evolve and even with a proper design changes in one place might have unexpected consequences in another place. But then comes another consultant, who gives a **** and says: Three weeks. She can do this because she does not care, or is to stupid to even know what a test is. But guess who will get the project?
Customers don't necessarily get what they pay for. But it is even rarer that they get more than for what they pay.
Sadly, I still see developers not testing, and are practically afraid of writing test scripts.
Afraid? Less afraid than not paid for. 'Write your code correctly, then you don't need to test'. A bit simplified, but this is more or less what I heard more than once from a customer.
I am sure she would think twice to fake results then.