Right now I'm bouncing between XFCE and Openbox and I'm not looking back.
I've already seen on LinkedIn quite a few guys posting stuff like "Hey this is a crappy Excel sheet that allegedly does what a ton of other applications already do better and for free, why don't you post your emails and I pinky promise I'll send it back to you". By the comment 10K someone says "hey, has anyone received the email?". By the comment 20K someone else says "I hope this is not a scam to harvest our email addresses. Anyway, my email is XXX".
My opinion is that they deserve it.
I already migrated half of the technical documentation I maintain to LaTeX. What a buggy piece of software LO is.
As a project maintainer myself, I really fear for Sourceforge. It seems to be progressively becoming Geocities and I'd rather stab a fork in my eye before migrating my project to some sort of social network crap like GitHub. Did that sound resentful much?
Wake me up when the sharks start wearing lasers on their backs.
I didn't know it, but after visiting it, I ran into the AsciiDoc article and I'm giving it a try, I guess I'll use it to write my technical documentation since OpenOffice gets on my nerves. I don't know if it's edited by the Spaghetti Monster itself, but hey, it's always good to have a channel to get to know FOSS projects. If you don't like it, don't go there, that's all. Don't be bitter, it's Friday.
I do think Morse code is a good idea, seriously. It's simple to understand and broadcast. Also, I'd prefer light over radio as a way to broadcast the message. Maybe we should figure out the way to turn on and off a supernova so we can send Morse codes with it.
I hate technicalities, but the RIR for Latam is LACNIC. Oh, poorly chosen demonyms.
Seamonkey + NoScript + Don't load images. Never been happier.
The actual news here is that GroupOn needed more than 10 persons to work.
Cool. Now they will bundle Clippy into Systemd.
Statistics are no substitute for judgement. -- Henry Clay