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Comment: Re:Python VS PHP (Score 1) 261

by frs_rbl (#42240379) Attached to: Python Creator Guido van Rossum Leaves Google For Dropbox

ARRGGH!!! &$ )!$!@$ !@ !!&*(!#@!!!!!!!!!

Now while writing an entire sharepoint replacement in one line of perl is impressive, it doesn't really constitute a specific argument against MFC.

Not as impressive as bashing two different technologies in a single line of text, while at the same time disdainfully refusing to bash the third, thus showing even deeper contempt for it

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+ - The First Thing IT Managers Do in the Morning?

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An anonymous reader writes "When I was a wee-little IT Manager, I interviewed for a IT management position at an online CRM provider in San Francisco, a job I certainly was qualified for, at least on paper. One of the interviewer's questions was "What is the first thing you do when you get to work in the morning." I thought saying "Read Slashdot" wouldn't be what he was looking for — so I made up something, I'm sure, equally lame. Needless to say, I didn't get the job. But the question has stuck with me over the years. What do real IT and MIS managers do when they walk in to the office in the morning? What web sites or tools do they look at or use the first thing? Tell me. And remember, this is for posterity, so be honest."
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+ - Tiny clique removes 45k Wikipedia spoiler warnings 1

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njyoder (164804) writes "A small clique consisting mostly of former and current admins, some with "top level clique connections," has collectively removed all (about 45,000) spoiler warnings on Wikpedia articles. Spoiler warnings are normally used to warn the reader where spoiler(s) contained in an article about fiction exist.

The justification used by the anti-spoiler group is that because most of the articles don't have the removals reverted and that this is a de facto consensus that they're not wanted. Others counter-argue that many may not have seen them yet or may be afraid to revert because of them being afraid to get into a revert war with the anti-spoiler group who has invested much more energy in this.

In some cases, reverts were performed restoring the spoiler warnings, but they were quickly reverted back. There are also allegations of users being threatened by admins when reverting.

For more information, read the mediation page and talk page on spoiler warnings."

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