Not to say that the geeks don't geek, but c'mon... what intrusions? My guess: he just wanted someone to care again.
If what you have now works for what you're doing, use it.
If something better comes out that tickles your fancy, install the shiny.
If you're not contributing to the project and directly involved in the squabble between Oracle and The Document Foundation, then why in the hell do you care? It's not
Let Oracle screw it up (like they always do), and then jump ship like everyone else; otherwise, get in the mix and start helping make the alternative better.
In my opinion, this thread is moot.
Nine times out of ten even Nihon-jin (damn you
When I think "wakarinai" in response to your comment, I simply type "wakarinai" and (assuming I'm not actually trying to post it to
What people are failing to realize from a development perspective is that while it may take you more keystrokes to type fewer symbols (in the case of kana/kanji), ultimately, reading it back and quickly identifying variables, routines, etc... at a glance is the end goal - not typing less.
Mozilla should make a kitchen recipe sorter instead.
Who would their target audience be? It always seems to be that the more you use a computer - the worse you are at cooking.
Or is it just me?
I dunno... I can fry a mean hard drive.
Isn't all of this conversation a bit moot until they release something that actually works?
I'm continually surprised how many
/.ers are really right wing, pro-corporate, anti-union, anti-tax freeloaders. 40 years of "government is bad" has become a lifestyle for a lot of people here.
They are right-wing, anti-union, anti-high-tax citizens. The left wing faction unfairly tacks on "pro-corporate" and "anti-tax freeloaders" to demonize them.
You should be ashamed. WWGWBD?
Oh, and don't forget "pro-talk-radio".
"Regardless of the legal speed limit, your Buick must be operated at speeds faster than 85 MPH (140kph)." -- 1987 Buick Grand National owners manual.