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Comment: spending money on apps (Score 1) 240

by dolmen.fr (#46724821) Attached to: How much do you spend yearly on mobile apps?

> surprised at how many people think it's wrong or stupid to spend money on apps.

The problem is not paying for apps. The problem is paying to a centralized store that is tracking apps you are purchasing and takes money from both sides (customer and author).
We are supposed to be in a web era, but you can't freely download/buy apps directly from the author web site.

Comment: Re: And in other news... (Score 1) 506

by dolmen.fr (#46366943) Attached to: Quebec Language Police Target Store Owner's Facebook Page

I obviously disagree with you. Anyway, here are some fixes to improve your knowledge of my native and beloved language:

Dégagé, con! Les français jamais pris la peine de parler anglais, même quand ils le savent. Et ils prétendent ne pas comprendre juste pour être maladroit, enculés.

Dégage, connard ! Les français ne prennent jamais la peine de parler anglais, même quand ils savent. Et ces enculés prétendent ne pas comprendre juste pour être malpolis. (I'm not not sure what you meant with "maladroit")

Comment: Re:Skydrive (Score 1) 168

by dolmen.fr (#46216827) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Distributed Online Storage For Families?

Reliable? In my experience, yes.

None of the free cloud service claims to keep your data. They always tell you that you must have a backup elsewhere. So cloud storage can't be used as your reference storage.

Sydrive is not different. From their Terms of service:

We strive to keep the services up and running; however, all online services suffer occasional disruptions and outages, and Microsoft isn't liable for any disruption or loss you may suffer as a result. You should regularly backup the content that you store on the services. Having a regular backup plan and following it can help you prevent loss of your content.

Comment: Less text content: not a improvement for sure! (Score 1) 2219

by dolmen.fr (#46195237) Attached to: Slashdot Tries Something New; Audience Responds!

I come to /. to read content directly from the home page. Not to look at irrelevant pictures on the side of truncated text, with most screen space wasted.

We come to /. because the home page has that classic style that makes efficient to quickly read news.
Most of my "news for nerds" now comes from Twitter, more than Slashdot nowadays. I will much less reasons to come to /. if the classic style disappear.

Comment: Re:JSON (Score 1) 112

by dolmen.fr (#45816857) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Best Way To Implement Wave Protocol Self Hosted?

{
    CustomerId : "ABCDEF012938487432112424242322426",
    AllowExtendedConfiguation: "true",
    IsMaximumLengthRequired : "true"
}

This is not valid JSON : keys must be encoded.

And it it inefficient to send boolean values as strings instead of booleans because that data type is fully supported in JSON.

{
        "CustomerId": "ABCDEF012938487432112424242322426",
        "AllowExtendedConfiguation": true,
        "IsMaximumLengthRequired": true
}

Comment: Awkward question from my point of view (Score 1) 892

by dolmen.fr (#44584407) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: When Is It OK To Not Give Notice?

I'm working in France where the standard notice period for a skilled job like software developer is 3 *months*. This notice period works both ways: for the employee and the employer. If some party doesn't want to respect that period, the other party can require compensation.

So that zero days or two weeks period is so strange to me...

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