Monday, September 21, 2009

Here's an idea

If you're a freetard, but you need to run Windows at work or something, I've got an idea for a utility that will keep you true to the cause.

Well, a mockup for it anyways. I call it kanye-freetard-notify:

5000 flames:

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Anonymous said...

HAHAHAHAHAHAHHA

mindux said...

HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA

Anonymous said...

Anybody mind describing that? I'm blind.

Anonymous said...

@September 21, 2009 6:54 PM
I don't know the exact thing that happen, but I remember parts of it.

There was some kind of reward ceremony, and when someone else won an award (And Kanye had a friend which he thought should have won, sorry, I can't think of the womans name, it is on the tip of my tounge!) he took the microphone from the actual winner and said the other lady had the best music video ever, even though she didn't win.

aaron m. said...

how appropriate, considering how retarded kanye west is.

Anonymous said...

ROFL! nice one LH!

We also need a new event notifier wav file, something like

"He's a jackass!"

LOL

Anonymous said...

I would probably pay money to see this made. Just for Shits and giggles.

Anonymous said...

I imagine the KNotify list is already ablaze with annoyance and murmurings of infringement suits.

captcha: flail. Awesome.

Anonymous said...

I coded it in about a half an hour in c#. I will post the program on codeplex in a little bit.

Anonymous said...

I would probably pay money to see this made.

Too bad you can only do things like this in Windows since x.org lacks the overlay model to make it work.

Anonymous said...

@September 21, 2009 8:08 PM
You could probably do something like this with pixmaps if you had a compositor running.

Anonymous said...

@September 21, 2009 8:30 PM

I guess you're right. Oh shit, Compiz made OpenGL crash so X died taking all my apps with it. Thanks a bunch, Kanye-fucktard-notify! The least you could do is appear instantly rather than spend 30 seconds "rendering" like some 286 bitmap replete with tearing and color blotching.

achiang said...

Shouldn't that read:

Win7 is pretty good and I'mma let you use it, but Linux is one of the greatest operating systems of ALL TIME!!!1!!!

Anonymous said...

Are the bums giving up on Linux desktop or what?

Chasing Windows a dead-end for Linux

Desktop takes a backseat

There are still some retards chiming in with the usual BS in the comments, but it is refreshing to see some people get it, at least.

And, Torvalds thinks Linux kernel is bloated and huge!

Anonymous said...

Google Trends for "Ubuntu" has reached a plateau. Is there any other distro that's still going up, or is Windows 7 going to put the Linux desktop out of its misery?

Adam King said...

@ September 21, 2009 8:30 PM

You don't even need compositing enabled to do this. X.org supports arbitrarily shaped windows using Xshape API.

Adam King said...
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Adam King said...

@ September 21, 2009 9:46 PM

Are the bums giving up on Linux desktop or what?

No. Keep dreaming Ballmer.

Anonymous said...

Linux Zealot is ready to battle any negative comment towards Linux first hour in the morning.

Anonymous said...

You don't even need compositing enabled to do this. X.org supports arbitrarily shaped windows using Xshape API.


That's great Adam King, nobody cares. Its easier to do in .NET and its easier to do in Cocoa.

You have nothing left. Read the Linux Zealot comics and weep as you realize how they mirror yourself.

Anonymous said...

@Adam King:

Besides, the point is that you have to do real work in Windows, although Loonix is tha best 4ever!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

I guess you have all seen this, just in case you didn't:

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/09/22/linus_torvalds_linux_bloated_huge/

Adam King said...

@ September 21, 2009 11:46 PM

It really isn't that hard. Easier in .NET? You can do in .NET (Mono) in Linux also, thanks to GTK#.

If " September 21, 2009 8:07 PM " posts his code I'll gladly port it to Linux.

Anonymous said...

You mean you can't even do it from scratch yourself?

Anonymous said...

I forgot about this new thread, so I'll re-post this here:

This post will invariably draw the likes of Adam King back out of the woodwork, but I'm above worrying about it.

There are quite a few of you where whose opinions I've come to trust and respect over time, and I've gotten some clear programming answers from guys who know what they're talking about.

Can a few of you take a minute to check out these links? They are the curriculum for my University, which Adam King equates to "DeVry" and "University of Phoenix", since I'm attending online.

It is an actual university, which also offers online courses.

B.S.,Computer Science

This is the program I'm enrolled in:B.S.,Information Technology

Mountain State University, Wikipedia

I'll appreciate any feedback I get, positive or negative.

Oh snap! I just realized I've given away my locale, insofar as my state. I hope Thomas B and Adam King don't type some "long PHP codes" and get my IP address!

; ^ )

thepld said...

Anandtech just did a review of battery life by OS: http://anandtech.com/mobile/showdoc.aspx?i=3642&p=10

Guess what the worst OS was? Ubuntu!
"Why should we throw out Ubuntu? If you took the time to read this article, you already know that Ubuntu is consistently the worst battery life of the tested operating systems. "

Already, the freetards are demanding tests in Moblin or a netbook remix.

linuxfails said...

Well if linux kernel is "bloated", beyond any argument (Torwards himself said that, let's see freetards deny it), then there's one more thing off from the list of things "Linux does better"...

What does it have left? Freedom ?!?!?

The sad news is that all the kernet bloat came from the desktop usage of Linux, but it will also impact Linux on the Server a place where Linux does matter ... how sad .... guess Windows Server 2008 is not that bad after all.

linuxfails said...

Please bump this story on /. I want to see the freetards coment on this:

http://slashdot.org/submission/1077271/Torvalds-were-getting-bloated?art_pos=6

Anonymous said...

Server 2008 is pretty nice, I've yet to test 2008 R2, but if it's the same quality improvement and ease of use of 7 (or better) it could be simply awesome (not perfect, perfection doesn't exist, and I'm glad Microsoft is always improving).

If you can get an account on Dreamspark or have some subscription you can try it yourself.

Anonymous said...

@September 22, 2009 1:56 AM:

A good read.

The crocodile tears were funny in the comment section too. It is amazing how the list of excuses grows every time Linux fails at something. And that list is long.

Anonymous said...

@September 22, 2009 2:59 AM:

Exactly. They are just shoveling more and more shit to the kernel and to the core userland in order to potentially satisfy the masses that will potentially switch from Windows.

I am starting to hate Linux as in the server-space because in some respect it does not anymore do well the things it used to do so well. It is full of half-assed GUIs, ugly hacks, duct tape, and generally things that may create an illusion of a functional desktop, but at the same time greatly reduces the value of the platform as a server.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, it's becoming what Windows was in the '90s, while the latter is getting better by the day. Changing roles uh?

Stilgar said...

It really isn't that hard. Easier in .NET? You can do in .NET (Mono) in Linux also, thanks to GTK#

Except that Mono is not free enough (said Stallman), traitor!

Anonymous said...

Issue in kernel space is far more complex most of the extra stuff is not desktop related.

Linus was basically do a call to arms to see if people can come up with ideas to slow the degrade. Some of it is coming from more advanced kernel debugging.

Funny enough there are getting more and more people who don't run windows at all. Linux is good enough todo everything I need a computer todo.

Microsoft Shill said...

OMF, I almost spat my coffee out I laughed so hard. Nice pic LH.

Anonymous said...

Will he wobble so you can sit there jerking off pretending you have Compiz?

Anonymous said...

oh zealots

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Windows

funny indeed

"2. Windows users are jealous of Linux users because Windows PCs can't go more than 4 hours without crashing, and Linux can run for days, months, possibly much longer. "

yeah sure.... that's why ibm installed xp in my PC

Anonymous said...

Have fun with your officially bloated kernel, freetards. Doesn't make you think when even Linus starts complaining about his own project?

Anonymous said...

"Linux can run for days, months, possibly much longer, without doing anything useful."

There, Fixed That For Them.

ohio ham said...

@September 22, 2009 6:07 AM

Simple fact Linus quoters have head in sand. RTOS enhance performat 12 purcents was gotten with illegal benchmark tells nothing. Real test is spinlocks EXT4 doubleplusgoods datas. NTFS has no answer. Microsoft only make $60 billion while FOSS make $1 trillion every RTOS timeslice. Problem is Mono is not performant on live cd and that takes trillions every second.

Adam King said...

Bloated by Linus standards is still 500x leaner then Windows. You see in the Linux world we perusing perfection. :)

Anonymous said...

@September 22, 2009 6:07 AM:

What kind of fucking mumbo-jambo you are posting?

Anonymous said...

I am starting to hate Linux as in the server-space because in some respect it does not anymore do well the things it used to do so well.

Which makes the FreeNAS move to Debian baffling. I mean, Debian is great and all if that's what you picked back in the 90s, but why labor through the conversion effort now when Linux currently offers less over FreeBSD than it ever has?

Some of the items on the developers' list, like WoL, were appealing, but others weren't advantages at all (e.g. beta-quality ZFS over FUSE when FreeBSD has a mainline supported native solution). NFSv4 also seems a dubious reason to convert a project, but I guess people are using it. They didn't mention stuff they'd lose, with performance being a likely factor. Debian's release system is also vastly inferior to FreeBSD's, which will inevitably put distribution-type work onto the developers where previously they were merely bolting an application onto a stable platform.

Anonymous said...

http://linux.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=1377755&cid=29502975

"This is like the salesman's nightmare, where you take the guy from engineering to visit the customer. Things are going great, the engineer can answer all the customer's questions.

Then you realize, *the stupid bastard is answering the questions honestly*"


Oh noes! The one thing Lintards can't stand -- the truth about Linux! Guess it's time to rally the zealots, format some more family members' machines and put Oobooboo on them!

Ian said...

It really isn't that hard. Easier in .NET? You can do in .NET (Mono) in Linux also, thanks to GTK#.


How about I do it in Python using wxPython instead? No "porting" required, asshat.

You have nothing left. Except maybe a dog-eared copy of "C for dummies" circa 1992.

Ian said...

Bloated by Linus standards is still 500x leaner then Windows. You see in the Linux world we perusing perfection.


Perfection in the freetard's mind is a kernel that does absolutely nothing.

Adam King said...

lolwut?

Adam King said...

How about I do it in Python using wxPython instead? No "porting" required, asshat.

Good. I expect to results by later today.

PHB

Anonymous said...

i have been reading definitions in urban dictionary for a while, specially the definition for the word "America"

(IM NOT BORN OR LIVING OR PLANNING TO LIVE IN THE USA, NEVER)

Funny thing... windows is like USA, and linux like the rest of the world... the rest of the world bash america for every problem in the planet, as linux community does with windows.
It's some kind of complex... like also barbarians and romans. Barbarians hated romans cause romans had more luck. Linux hates windows cause windows has more success.

Anonymous said...

I don't know how anyone can be surprised with the admission that the Linux kernel is bloated. I mean 60 MB of bzipped source? That's just ludicrous. Darwin's 8 MB or something gzipped and it includes non-kernel things like test suites. I don't know how big Windows NT is, but I bet it's on the same level as Darwin. The problem is Linux should be several projects like it is in other systems. The kernel itself is a small and rarely updated piece of software. All the volatile stuff like drivers and trendy buses are shipped off into separate subsystems in competing products. Linux's "shove everything into the kernel" model is woefully inadequate and has been for years.

Anonymous said...

The problem with splitting Linux into subprojects is that it would force them to establish APIs/ABIs, which we all know they refuse to do under penalty of death. This means that, once again, politics and fanatical beliefs get in the way of sound engineering in Linux land.

Anonymous said...

LOL.

kanye is such a gay fish

Anonymous said...

"Damn. The thing I designed to be bloated is bloated."

Anonymous said...

@September 22, 2009 9:53 AM:

No, it more like: this thing I started when I didn't get summer job back in the day is now bloated but making money nicely.

Oh well, I just retire and do a lot of coke and whores.

Oh but that is Kanye instead of Linus speaking.

Anonymous said...

Linux can only get bigger with their "stuff every known driver into the kernel" approach. If they actually accomplished their goal they'd have a kernel that was several gigabytes in size.

LinuxLover said...

whoa, adam king just pwned piestar.

Anonymous said...

Good. I expect to results by later today.

What exactly do you expect? A fucking ten-liner instantiating a splash screen object or what?

Anonymous said...

queefer couldn't 'pwn' a wet noodle.

Anonymous said...

Good. I expect to results by later today.


Unlike you, I have something called a JOB that prevents me from arrantly coding useless fluff projects to further an argument on the internet!

In LinuxLand, everyone has infinite time and no need for money (or families, girlfriends or friends in general), so I can understand why you'd expect me to be able to just drop everything and do it.

Ironically, I've contributed more open source than you have. How many personal google code projects do you have that are listed on multiple linux library watch lists? I have three so far.

And no, I will not tell you which ones since I'd rather not get spammed by you.

Anonymous said...

Let me know when Netflix's instant viewing works on Linux.

Anonymous said...

Let me know when blu rays play in Linux.

Anonymous said...

Let me know when ipods can sync in Linux.

Anonymous said...

Let me know when I can create Flash content in Linux.

Anonymous said...

Let me know, Adam King, let me know.

Anonymous said...

let me know when adam finally manage to touch a girl

Anonymous said...

Let me know when Linux "just works". Or at least works.

Anonymous said...

let me know when adam finally manage to touch a girl

And groping in Japanese trains doesn't count.

Adam King said...

Let me know when you learn how to use paragraphs.

Anonymous said...

oh holly shit!, you owned us all!

oh Adam, my macho guacho lintard!

Anonymous said...

Isn't it nice that in 2009 a Google based blog isn't capable of delivering a WYSIWYG editor for comments?

Anonymous said...

Let me know when you learn how to use paragraphs.


Give me a break. Calling someone out on spelling or grammar is childish. You understood the question and you dodged it by making a random remark about writing style.

You have nothing left. You keep proving it too.

Anonymous said...

***Nice GNOME usability feature!!!***

Dialog that doesn't fit in screen:

http://www.virtualdub.org/blog/pivot/entry.php?id=275#body

It's does happen quite often, I experienced this more than once.

Anonymous said...

BTW, look at the comments...
blameOnOthers!(tm)

Anonymous said...

Just like GNOME *still* not remembering window positions is the fault of each individual app. So why doesn't Totem and the other shitball included GNOME apps not remember window positions? Everything in GNOME still launches in the fucking upper left-hand corner of the goddamn screen, including the fagola terminal app.

Anonymous said...

Isn't it nice that in 2009 a Google based blog isn't capable of delivering a WYSIWYG editor for comments?

And how it isn't smart enough to grant captcha for a session, even when you post authenticated?

And it's great that it's too stupid to automatically parse URLs, forcing us to use anchor tags like we're drafting HTML in Notepad for Mosaic.

And that lists aren't available even in HTML, even though every message board software since 1997 has included them?

I won't even belabor the lack of image embedding. That's Web 2.0 and we don't even have 1.0 stuff yet.

Anonymous said...

Just like GNOME *still* not remembering window positions is the fault of each individual app.

You fucking kidding me? Shit like this makes me glad I quit Linux when I did instead of waiting around a decade for simple shit to get fixed. How the hell can this be the application's fault? Isn't the job of a window manager to fucking manage windows? This is the worst delegation idea since FUSE. What makes you think file systems belong in the OS? That should be implemented in the same place as MP3 players and Quake clones!

Anonymous said...

Let me know when you learn how to use paragraphs.


Give me a break. Calling someone out on spelling or grammar is childish.

right...

and, adam... I guess that you can speak spanish as fluent as i speak english, right?

Adam King said...

I didn't know Spanish lacked the concept of paragraphs.

Anonymous said...

yep, you dont know a shit about spanish

Anonymous said...

@Isn't it nice that in 2009 a Google based blog isn't capable of delivering a WYSIWYG editor for comments?

I know, how hard would it be to add tinymce or something similar?

grrrr

Anonymous said...

@September 22, 2009 8:11 AM

LOL we love you ohioham!
Spin that realtime lock baby!

Anonymous said...

I like how Blogger always gives you the option of going to the next page even when there is no next page. I know that shit would be between one and three lines of code to write.

Anonymous said...

I love how there's no "Blogger Runs on Linux!" comments forthcoming from the freetards.

Anonymous said...

Blogger Runs on Linux!
.....


i have ubuntu im l33t h4x0r z0mg!!!1! U fuck3s, M$ $h1llz!

Anonymous said...

mmm

where the fuck is Alvarez-chot?

Adam King said...

I actually have a draft of a blogpost which is somewhat relevant to this conversation.

Anonymous said...

What happened to those guys anyway? We used to have a daily prize to the first to mention Blogger runs Linux.

Anonymous said...

I like how Blogger always gives you the option of going to the next page even when there is no next page. I know that shit would be between one and three lines of code to write.

Probably google employers are reading this blog. I hope they are getting the message.
Blogger seems amazingly amateurish to be part of Google

Adam King said...

Yeah Blogger should totally support the BLINK tag.

Anonymous said...

Blogger seems amazingly amateurish to be part of Google

Everything else they offer is AJAXed to hell but Blogger is decidedly Web 1.0. The recent JavaScript stuff added hasn't enhanced the service at all. Google probably gave up on the acquisition after it became clear they didn't have a prayer of cornering the blogging market.

Anonymous said...

Yeah Blogger should totally support the BLINK tag.



Adam King has nothing left.

Nice editor? You don't need that.
Embedding images? You don't need that.
Not supporting their own wiki format in the blog? You don't need that.

Asshats like you are the reason linux lags behind. Excuses rather than results!

Anonymous said...

I didn't know Spanish lacked the concept of paragraphs.


I didn't realize comments on a blog were supposed to be meticulously crafted pieces of literature.

You have no issue with paragraphs, Adam King, because all you ever write are one liners.

You have nothing left.

Anonymous said...

Here's one for you. Random forum and blogging products support YouTube video embedding, but Blogger, Google's own software, doesn't. What the fuck's up with this?

Anonymous said...

Paint.net 3.5 beta1 released today, tweaked UI looks cool:

http://www.blogcdn.com/www.downloadsquad.com/media/2009/09/paintdotnet.jpg

OMG! What's that! It;s a BOLD button for bolding TEXT!

paint.net > gimp

Anonymous said...

"
Adam King has nothing left.
"

Did he have anything to begin with? All he's done is spout ad hominems and "your sister" jokes. I dont' think he has posted a single counter-argument.

Anonymous said...

Now Paint.NET is a project that I'd donate money to, if I wasn't such a cheap bugger.

Can't think of a single project in Linux land I'd give money to, even if I was the most philanthropic millionaire in the world.

I miss Alverez-chot and the rest of the wanker brigade too :(

Though the "ohioham" guy is fuckin hilarious. Wonderful lampoon, sir!

Anonymous said...

Paintnet not RTOS spinlock complaint has bug whre usr lose color when screen punched.

Anonymous said...

"You have nothing left."

It's not like he ever had anything to begin with. It always goes like this:

-people say something
-Adam King says retarded nonsense
-Adam King gets thoroughly PWNED as usual
-another guy asks something
-Adam King admits defeat as usual by not answering as always
...
Then Adam King declares victory LOL

He's the most clueless fucktard I've ever seen anywhere on the internet, and I've seen a LOT of dumb fucks around (like regalsin2020)

He's completely oblivious too... Someone should tell him already.

Anonymous said...

"paint.net > gimp"

* > gimp

I'd sooner hex edit images than use the gimp.

Anonymous said...

Hey now. Adam King had something once... A non-compiling copy/pasted hello world app!

It was almost as good as Thomas B's calculator LOL

Anonymous said...

"Paintnet not RTOS spinlock complaint has bug whre usr lose color when screen punched."

Screen pressing LCD monitor creates color failure. Xorg fixes this in GIMP next release. Next LiveCD spins backwards reverses time. Young Bill Gates killed by T-1000.

Anonymous said...

"* > gimp"

No kidding. The gimp isn't even worthy of being called a "1.0" app (let alone 2.8). It's so bad that it should just about be a negative number.

The gimp still lacks a lot of very basic features Photoshop 2.5 had 16 years ago.

Anonymous said...

@Now Paint.NET is a project that I'd donate money to, if I wasn't such a cheap bugger.

And to think, paint.net was meant as a replacement to mspaint, yet in less than 5 years has become very powerful for such a "lite" software.

And then we have Gimp, almost 14 years old (back when Jordan was still playing) and it still looks old and feels old.

On a side note, check out the article about chrome OS:

http://www.crunchgear.com/2009/07/08/why-we-need-to-chill-about-chromeos/

very true indeed.

Anonymous Insider said...

Quote of the Day: “People don’t know it, but the Linux desktop has arrived – and at its own speed,” said Cliff Miller, chief strategy officer at DeviceVM.

Link

Anonymous said...

Quote of the Day: “People don’t know it, but the Linux desktop has arrived – and at its own speed,” said Cliff Miller, chief strategy officer at DeviceVM.


i hope that lintards enjoy it until the next kernel update

Anonymous said...

Oh, Splashtop represents the triumph of the Linux Desktop?

Look at the icon next to the power button on their own screenshot:

http://www.splashtop.com/images/product/splashtop_first_screen.jpg

Way to win, Freetards! What was that that LH said about GRUB a few posts back?

Anonymous said...

Look at the icon next to the power button on their own screenshot

Great design placing two mutually exclusive outcomes directly next to each other. Why don't we store buckets of brine on top of our PCs while we're at it?

Anonymous said...

I think Kanye should just say, "TOASTY!!"

Anonymous said...

LOL WUT?

Fuck all computers... People should have used BeOS. Cunts.

Anonymous said...

Ohioham says:

beOS Not realtime spinlock kernel.
Dead or alive, it spins lock round and round, like a virgin, grub boot like the very first time.

NTFS is karma chameleon, as reliability comes and go, it comes and goes, as NT tumbles 4 ya, it tumbles 4 ya

You see, grub a dub dub, three babies and a tub, eating NT kernels and whey. Along came 16 core optimized linux kernel which boots .00001 seconds faster, which is no small "sigh" like wimpy NT kernel, which like boom boom pow, slow like blackened peas.

So if ya gadda da vida, only Linux can love bites, in the dead of night.

Anonymous said...

Ohioham says:

beOS Not realtime spinlock kernel.
Dead or alive, it spins lock round and round, like a virgin, grub boot like the very first time.

NTFS is karma chameleon, as reliability comes and go, it comes and goes, as NT tumbles 4 ya, it tumbles 4 ya

You see, grub a dub dub, three babies and a tub, eating NT kernels and whey. Along came 16 core optimized linux kernel which boots .00001 seconds faster, which is no small "sigh" like wimpy NT kernel, which like boom boom pow, slow like blackened peas.

So if ya gadda da vida, only Linux can love bites, in the dead of night.

Anonymous said...

LINUX GRAPHICAL BOOT LOADER = WIN FOR FREETARDS!

If you don't CHOOSE Linux, we'll halt your fucking natural 12-second boot process and MAKE you use that shit, motherfucker!

Anonymous said...

OT:

Drug Raid Takes Back Seat to Nintendo Wii

captcha: boingsha

Anonymous said...

Why do freetards like Skype so much?

Anonymous said...

Pathetic Lintards, Vol I


http://pix.motivatedphotos.com/2009/5/31/633793372904472070-spacepenguin.jpg

Anonymous said...

http://pix.motivatedphotos.com/2009/5/31/633793372904472070-spacepenguin.jpg

LOL they can spoof Dawn of War, but the game will never run on Linux. That's as close as they will get.

Anonymous said...

"And then we have Gimp, almost 14 years old"

LOL. It came out 2 years after Photoshop 2.5, and still hasn't caught up to it yet!

Good job guys! That's the power of open sores and its army of unpaid coders alright.

Anonymous said...

2010 Year of the Linux FAILtop!

But, seriously, what the fuck?

Anonymous said...

All day I boot my computers.

Boot, boot, boot my computers.

I have a 12 second boot, boot, boot time!

Boot, boot, boot my computers.

All day I roll my cube!

and boot, boot, boot my computers.

All day I wonder why I can't suspend

so I'll just

boot, boot, boot my computers.

Anonymous said...

Gosh hatetards are so gullible.

Am I right, Adam King?

Anonymous said...

From the AnandTech article:

These are by no means high-performance laptops, but surfing the Internet using Firefox on Ubuntu makes you think you're running an Intel Atom netbook instead of an entry-level notebook. [...] it's still very difficult to beat the price (free); however, we think the vast majority of users will be more than happy to pay the cost for a Windows operating system.

These people made the mistake of thinking desktop Linux is in any way relevant. It isn't; a few people tried it, found that it sucked and went back to software that just fucking works.

I'm tempted to post this on Groklaw, just to see how many of the 'tards on there proclaim that the results of this scientific test are due to the owners of AnandTech being paid-off by Microsoft.

ClassAY. said...

*sigh* back in the days, this place were indeed a lively one!
We had .net jerkface, kharkalash and kerberos.
They had such great personalities as oiaohm (meh.), alvarez and vivo.

I still miss those days. ;)

captcha: oodeci.
OpenOffice decide. yet another blatant ripoff.

Anonymous said...

a few people tried it, found that it sucked and went back to software that just fucking works.

One of the signature Freetard delusions is that if only people would give Linux half a chance, they'd fall in love with it and never use Windows or Office ever again. Of course, in reality, every time people are exposed to Linux, they hate it with a passion and run back to Windows as fast as they can. The recent Great Netbook Fiasco was just the latest in a long line of people reacting to Linux as they would a fresh turd on their dining room table.

The standard Freetard response to this is, naturally, to blame the user for being too stupid and sheeplike to handle an obviously superior operating system.

Anonymous said...

Exactly. I've had freetards tell me "you haven't tried Linux." When I tell them that I have, indeed used Linux, pretty extensively, they either proceed to tell me that I've never used it, or that I haven't tried a recent version.

When I then tell them that I've used Ubuntu 9.04, OpenSuSE 11.1, Fedora 11, etc. They don't know what to say so they tell me I'm getting paid by Microsoft.

As others have said, I would gladly take one of those (supposedly) ubiquitous "M$ shill" jobs!

Anonymous said...

I can't seem to find an explanation for this:

In C++ why would you use istream, ostream, and iostream at the same time?

I'm new to C++ and it appears to me that iostream would be an amalgan of istream and ostream.

Can someone exlain these "long codes" to me?

Anonymous said...

^
^

*amalgam*

I hit the wrong key and don't want to incur the (lame) wrath of Adam King B.

Anonymous said...

These freetarded morons actually think normal people will ever hear of nonsense like Splashtop, or will ever care about boot time.

"Wow, I can boot into this OOOObuuuntoo Myopic Marsupial soo fast, I can get straight to doing nothing in no time!"

If all you have going for an OS is boot time, SplashTop, and the fact that you can't give away 6,000 fragmented versions for free, it's time to call it a day.

"But, but, but, .... Google! Firefox, but..."

Have you guys noticed the latest freetard trend, they're now trying to equate themselves with OS X! The Mac Hipsters will never accept them and their homemade junk!

Mac Hipsters would sooner join us Windows users than use Linux.

Kerberos said...

lol

Anonymous said...

I can't seem to find an explanation for this:

In C++ why would you use istream, ostream, and iostream at the same time?

I'm new to C++ and it appears to me that iostream would be an amalgan of istream and ostream.

Can someone exlain these "long codes" to me?


You'll find the definition of iostream e.g. from cplusplus.com/reference:

class iostream : public istream, public ostream {
public:
explicit iostream (streambuf * sb);
virtual ~iostream ();
}

So it is basically nothing but istream and ostream combined.

Anonymous said...

Just like GNOME *still* not remembering window positions is the fault of each individual app.

You fucking kidding me? Shit like this makes me glad I quit Linux when I did instead of waiting around a decade for simple shit to get fixed. How the hell can this be the application's fault? Isn't the job of a window manager to fucking manage windows?

Indeed.

Qt docs (Window Geometry: X11 peculiarities) explain the steaming pile of shit in a nut shell pretty well:

"...Furthermore, a toolkit cannot simply place windows on the screen. All Qt can do is to send certain hints to the window manager. The window manager, a separate process, may either obey, ignore or misunderstand them.

X11 provides no standard or easy way to get the frame geometry once the window is decorated... Don't be surprised if you find one where QWidget::frameGeometry() returns wrong results though.

Nor does X11 provide a way to maximize a window. QWidget::showMaximized() has to emulate the feature. Its result depends on the result of QWidget::frameGeometry() and the capability of the window manager to do proper window placement, neither of which can be guaranteed.

...When this happens, the window shifts towards the bottom/right corner of the screen depending on the size of the decoration frame. Although X provides a way to avoid this shift, most window managers fail to implement this feature."

Nice.

Anonymous said...

Allow me to translate comments left by September 23, 2009 3:45 AM for those unwilling to wade through the QT docs technical documentation:

Linux GUI is still playing catch up with 1983's Apple Lisa.

Even if QT (or GTK) can't tell from X11 what the window decoration dimensions are, KDE/GNOME should know this. Tack the offset onto the geometry you receive before decorating the window and you should be set to go. What's this, an extra line or two of code? Given the gravity of the situation, all window managers should have a call dedicated to working around this nonsense.

Window Maker handled this in the 90s, so I know it's not impossible. KDE apps wouldn't even remember window dimensions let alone placement, but just about everything else worked as expected. Programs would be a few pixels off from where you left them, but this was tolerable. Window Maker also did a reasonable job of spawning new windows in the least crowded screen area, thereby reducing the likelihood that the user needed to move new windows at all.

So it's curious that "some guy's" Window Manager from the 90s can handle this but the functionality can somehow evade a high profile FSF project with ten years of full time staff.

Anonymous said...

oh btw, the next ubuntu will be Lucid Lynx

http://arstechnica.com/open-source/news/2009/09/ubuntu-1004-lts-announced-codenamed-lucid-lynx.ars

Lynx .... Leopard ...

what you were saying about Linux trying to equate themselves with mac ?

Anonymous said...

Lucid Lynx? What an utterly boring name. Could they not have found a better adjective?

Since Un00bU is now going alphabetical with their names we should start a lotto to guess the next one.

I'll go with Mental Magpie or, maybe Magic Mamba

Anonymous said...

Masticating Manatee

Anonymous said...

what about Masturbating Monkey ?

Anonymous said...

>What's this, an extra line or two of code?

Freetards need to save that precious, super-expensive RAM and hard drive space. If you only have 96MB of RAM and a 3GB hard drive, then remembering window positions is a luxury you can't afford.

Anonymous said...

http://www.programmica.info/2009/09/firefox-tidies-up-with-office-2007s.html

Anonymous said...

http://www.programmica.info/2009/09/firefox-tidies-up-with-office-2007s.html

Take that, change-fearing freetards!

Anonymous said...

remembering window positions is a luxury you can't afford.

Oh I know. Especially when considering that K6 must have cost almost $1,000 back in 1997, that's like almost 22 cents per day! So expensive! Had he spent $800 or so five years ago on an Athlon 64 with 2 GB RAM his daily computing cost would have skyrocketed to 44 cents! And that's not even including the including sunk cost of the K6! It's almost 66 cents daily if you include that! Clearly desktop computing is an unaffordable atrocity.

Anonymous said...

And a couple years down the road when (and if) MS gives IE a ribbon, legions of howling freetards will claim that the company incapable of innovation copied firefox.

Anonymous said...

Some freetard wrote this.

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1273207

"The biggest example of this is ATI and its drivers, when people try Linux and their hardware doesn't work they immediately blame linux for the issue as opposed to blaming the real culprit:
ATI"

shifttheblame(TM)

"Granted there is a lot of hardware and software that seems to magically work in Windows, but most of the time the drivers for your device, the program you like came bundled with Windows and most of those said devices and programs were made mainly for Windows."

What do you expect? Windows dose have the majority of the market.

Anonymous said...

https://wiki.mozilla.org/Firefox/Sprints/Windows_Theme_Revamp/Direction_and_Feedback

That's the new UI.

Anonymous said...

@http://www.programmica.info/2009/09/firefox-tidies-up-with-office-2007s.html

Oh wow. Great find. Wonder what the zealots are gonna say about this. Even Firefox is hip to the new ribbon style.

It's just a natural evolution of UI design. UI/OS is a lot like fashion trends you either accept the new look or risk looking way outdated.

Actually, Linux Desktop should just KEEP the "old school" standard toolbar (especially since Linux zealots badmouth office ribbon so bad, now all of a sudden its hip? heh.)

Anonymous said...

I don't see how Firefox is using a ribbon-like interface. It looks a lot like Chrome.

Anonymous said...

"The biggest example of this is ATI and its drivers, when people try Linux and their hardware doesn't work they immediately blame linux for the issue as opposed to blaming the real culprit: ATI"


That's funny because ATI and Nvidia drivers/software are responsible for almost 40% of the crashes in Vista. Everyone blamed Vista for that, so I don't see why this should be any different.

Anonymous said...

http://linuxevangelism.blogspot.com/2009/09/hypocrisy.html

Wow he is tell us that blogger runs on linux. (which we already know way longer before he made the post). How original can these freetards get?

Anonymous said...

The standard Freetard response to this is, naturally, to blame the user for being too stupid and sheeplike to handle an obviously superior operating system.


Imagine if a car dealership took up this stance. The dealer puts you into a car, you try to drive it, but you have to manually hotwire it to make it start. Pressing the brake too hard causes the car to stall. The engine makes a loud, irritating whine. etc.

After fighting with the car for the entire test drive you tell the dealer about the issues. Rather than trying to find you something else that MEETS YOUR REQUIREMENTS, he looks you in the eye and says "clearly, you're too stupid to drive this superior car".

He then proceeds to take the schematics from the trunk and says that if you have issues with the car, you can just fix them yourself, regardless of how many times you insist you're NOT A MECHANIC.

Anonymous said...

The Queefer posts a blog with the notorious "If you're site is hosted on Loonix you're a Loonix user" claim that freetards like to push around. Ignoring the fact that the complaints are against desktop Loonix not Looninx on a server.

Anonymous said...

http://linuxevangelism.blogspot.com/2009/09/hypocrisy.html

Wow he is tell us that blogger runs on linux. (which we already know way longer before he made the post). How original can these freetards get?



Something Adam King, and most of the trolls here, don't understand is we're not complaining about linux on the server, we're complaining about LINUX ON THE DESKTOP.

If linux desktop just quietly sucked, this blog wouldn't exist. But freetards herald it as being some perfect, amazing, life-altering OS. The fanatical crowds that cheer it on pollute every message board on the internet. This blog exists as an answer to the unchallenged lies.

Anonymous said...

"I don't see how Firefox is using a ribbon-like interface. It looks a lot like Chrome."

Maybe you should read this quoted passage:

"Starting with Vista, and continuing with Windows 7, the menu bar is going away," notes Mozilla in its plans for revamping the Firefox user interface. "[It will] be replaced with things like the Windows Explorer contextual strip, or the Office Ribbon, [which is] now in Paint and WordPad, too."

Anonymous said...

"[When] their hardware doesn't work they immediately blame linux for the issue as opposed to blaming the real culprit: ATI"

"Everyone blamed Vista for [video driver crashes], so I don't see why this should be any different."

It's a tough sell even looking past the double standards. ATI is a villain, even though they did everything asked by providing drivers, opening specs, and dedicating employees. Fine. Let's more onto Intel. Same deal, except Intel is hated even more despite committing even more heavily to Linux.

What these guys don't understand is that these two vendors combined provide two-thirds the graphics chipsets in the desktop market. How can it not be Linux's fault when graphics performance is inferior on 67% of PCs? And then there's the issue where NVIDIA would be just as bad were it not for the much loathed proprietary driver set, which the Kernel Klan does everything in its power to disrupt. Without NVIDIA's set, Linux would have absolutely *nothing* in the way of video acceleration, technology Windows 95 supported.

When you examine the "community's" actions, you'll notice that the hatred is directly proportional to the evidence of the FOSS development model not working. ATI is despised despite much effort. Intel is despised despite an insane amount of effort, economically speaking. NVIDIA is hated for providing working software that happens to be proprietary.

Anonymous said...

Adam Queefer thinks that Loonix invented virtual desktops and claims that Apple ripped it off from them. Poor little kid must be too young to have used an Amiga 1000 that was one of the first computers to support that in hardware in 1985. Even the first *nix DE that had software support for using virtual desktops using X Windows had nothing to do with Loonix so he can't claim credit there.

Anonymous said...

DAMN freetardation! I just wanted to use Sage (freetard math program) the procedure if you want to use it with windows consists of downloading the VMware player, and downloading the sage image.

Then you just need to run the image, and login in into the image with the following:

user name: login
password: sage

after that, you need to type "notebook" and then the program should work.


BUT NO, of course it won't! I get a failure message "cannot create notebook.log: permission denied"

Looking at google, the problem seems to be widespread, because as I started to type "cannot create notebook" in, the google suggestion thingie provided the full string.


Well, here are the fuck tons of sites that deal with this damn problem:

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&source=hp&q=sage+cannot+create+notebook.log&aq=0m&oq=cannot+create+note&aqi=g-m1

Just GREAT.

Look:

http://www.mail-archive.com/sage-support@googlegroups.com/msg04346.html

The problem seems to persist since at least version 3.something, and now they are on 4.something, and isn't fixed still.



Ah, damn. I can't believe it. You have just to load it into vmware, and then login and type "notebook", and they still were able to mess that simple procedure up. UNFUCKING BELIEVABLE.

They had to test just ONE COMMAND; ONE and they messed even that up. DANG.

Anonymous said...

@September 23, 2009 9:28 AM

But crafting overcomplicated solutions to what are simple problems is the Loonix way!

Anonymous said...

what about Masturbating Monkey ?

I think it's reserved for the next BSD.

Anonymous said...

Masticating manatee?

Anonymous said...

"oh btw, the next ubuntu will be Lucid Lynx"

Aww, I was hoping they'd go for something like Lactating Llama

Anonymous said...

Dammit, I always thought that Adam King is a fake. But fakes usually aren't that persistent.

Is the queefer for real? I mean REALLY for real?


God damn....

Anonymous said...

@September 23, 2009 11:03 AM

If he's not for real, he's definitely one of the most persistent fakers of all time.

Anonymous said...

Adam King is obviously a troll, a persistent one.

Anonymous said...

Oh we know he's a troll. The problem is that it's hard to tell if he actually believes what he says or not.

Anonymous said...

@September 23, 2009 3:26 AM

"So it is basically nothing but istream and ostream combined."

That's what I mean. Since iostream is istream and ostream combined, I don't understand when I see examples like the following, where both are used:

#include &ltistream&gt
#include &ltiostream&gt

Anonymous said...

^
^

the "&lt" and "&gt" are my failed attempts to make angle brackets.

Anonymous said...

@September 23, 2009 9:28 AM

Did you try raising a bug? If the developers don't know about the problem, they can't mark it WORKSFORME.

----

On a separate note: the 11.04 release of Ubuntu is going to be called Nihilistic Narwhal.

It's the final release of Ubuntu, and the one where Shuttleworth finally realises Linux on the desktop is beyond hope and gives up.

Anonymous said...

GUYS! GUYS! I JUST FOUND OIAOHM HAD A BLOG! (.. hopefully ya'll didn't know it.)
Anyways, here's the link:

http://oiaohm.blogspot.com/

Captcha: Palin
well.. no introduction needed.. i suppose?

Anonymous said...

So, why would someone include istream or ostream along with iostream?


Where are the hordes of freetards with all their l337 C++ knowledge and their helpful community when they're needed?

Anonymous said...

If he's not for real, he's definitely one of the most persistent fakers of all time.

I think he persists because people here are gullible enough to take him seriously.

It's ridiculously easy to get people angry on this blog.

Anonymous said...

Both sides are trying to kill to say there idea is better. Old saying is important its a ill wind that brings no good.

Closed source and Open source are two sides of exactly the same coin. Problem is neither can exist well without the other. Just like Ying and Yang they can get out of balance with each other.

Advantage of closed source is that programs can be sold as programs to recover development costs.
Disadvantage of closed source when programs become not supported any more they are not repairable.


NOT A PARODY. HIS ACTUAL WORDS!

http://oiaohm.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

@September 23, 2009 11:43 AM

You confuse the fun of ripping your little freetarded ass into shreds with getting mad, Queefer.

Anonymous said...

That's not oiahiom. He doesn't write like everything he says went through babelfish 3 times before being translated to English.

Anonymous said...

"It's ridiculously easy to get people angry on this blog."

WHAT DO YOU MEAN? WHAT THE FUCK DO YOU MEAN??? FUCK YOU!!!!!

Anonymous said...

"Problem with closed source is nothing more than a repeat of lack of regulation like what effected books before the invention of archives."

Anonymous said...

"I want to know what right closed source companies have to take away a person right to access there own data on more modern day machine. Answer is really none. Yet we let them get away with this. This is the miss balance that needs to be-corrected. "

I want to know what right cheapskates like Adam Queefer have to claim they have the right to the source code of other people's work when they can do nothing with the source and would give nothing back to the original developers in order to help pay them back for their development time. FOSStards love to claim that you can make money through selling services or by asking for donations, but in the real world we know that these fosstard hippies don't have any money anyway.

Anonymous said...

the "&lt" and "&gt" are my failed attempts to make angle brackets.

Needs semicolons, like

<
>

Anonymous said...

Nomatter wether it might be oiaohm or not, it IS truly wonderfull to be reminded what it was that made us all love him :')

Anonymous said...

Yeah, Oiaohm's blog was good for a laugh during LHB's hiatus. I think it was marketed on Redux when that was alive. Always good for a laugh.

Anonymous said...

#include <istream>
#include <iostream>

Anonymous said...

So, why would someone include istream or ostream along with iostream?


Where are the hordes of freetards with all their l337 C++ knowledge and their helpful community when they're needed?

Anonymous said...

Speaking of which.. What happened to Redux? I mean, he changed his name, made a few posts and dissappeared.

Antitux/Redux: If you're reading this: START POSTING AGAIN!

Captcha: pingu
aaw. mah. GAWD. (blogger tries to tell me it IS indeed running on linux)

Anonymous said...

It's ridiculously easy to get people angry on this blog.

Take that back you dumb mother fucker! FFFFFFUUUUUUUU

Anonymous said...

You freetards wnt the fucking source? Ok, no problem. But:

1) You have to sing an NDA;
2) The source is for internal use ONLY;
3) Pay for it.

So, if someone fucks up with the source or gives it to the whole web, I can sue the hell out of him.

Microsoft too provides (most of) the Windows source code, but you have to sign all different kinds of agreements to protect them. And that's ok. Usually if an individual or a company using your product needs the source, is for internal use (modifications, custom bug fixes, custom updates, custom features), but always something they can't get cheaper from you (eg. if you provide modifications for a fee it would usually cost less than hiring programmers to do the same job).

In the end there are always many ways to get even more money without disclosing the source, but you can still earn and protect yourself if it's really needed to give source codes to third parties.

Support services alone aren't enough to pay all the work behind a piece of software, especially if people can find support online on websites/forums/blogs for free.

Anonymous said...

Here's a rabid Loon that claims to have converted a few people to Linux:

Helio the bum

Anonymous said...

Why do freetards think all software requires support?

When have any of us needed to call support for software?

On one hand, they expect everyone to be able to edit .conf files, be expert C programmers, compile kernels, etc. but paradoxically think support is required to use a program.

Anonymous said...

@September 23, 2009 11:43 AM

You confuse the fun of ripping your little freetarded ass into shreds with getting mad, Queefer.


Gosh, it's easier than I thought.

Unless you're trolling on my troll, in which case, well played sir.

Anonymous said...

"It brought out the truth as you see it.

Linux isn't a solution, it is a "device".

A "device" you and your corporation have used, as well as using community developers, our developers, to enrich yourselves. Sure you've contributed code...but who benefited primarily from that contribution?

You did."

This is exactly the reason why so many people don't want to release their program as open source. Companies like IBM take it and use it for nothing other than to enrich their own bottom lines while giving nothing to the original author in recompense. Queefer may think that people should work for free to help IBM, Oracle, Sun, Red Hat, Novell, etc but those of us who don't have our mommies and daddies pay for our totinos pizza rolls while we reinstall loonix distros all day in the basement have to pay our own way and need to be paid for our work.

Anonymous said...

"Gosh, it's easier than I thought."

Easier than you thought to what? I'm not angry, Queefer, and never get angry with you. In fact, I laugh my ass off at you because it's hilarious fun to rip your freetarded ass up.

Anonymous said...

Easier than you thought to what? I'm not angry, Queefer, and never get angry with you. In fact, I laugh my ass off at you because it's hilarious fun to rip your freetarded ass up.


I think he's got "anger" and "pity" mixed up.

Anonymous said...

@September 23, 2009 12:21 PM

Great link. Bam, right off to lala land in the first post.

The best is the guy's YouTube video of him "grilling" a Linux Foundation panel over hardware/service companies like HP and IBM not spending enough advertising dollars to enable his crap-ass business to be profitable. The fact that he looks like a serial killer doesn't score any points. Oh, and wait 'till the end for a cameo by escaped mental patient Bruce Perens. Careful, he's off his meds.

Freetard thinks he made the panel "extremely uncomfortable" with some sort of slicing insight, but the fact is these guys were refreshingly honest in revealing that service/hardware companies are way, way past caring about "Linux" and are only interested in using it as a component in a greater solution.

I can't quite grasp these guys' mindsets when they moan for decades about how corporations are perfectly fine to leverage FOSS for their own greedy needs as long as they comply with the license then storm out of conferences in frustration when the business interests reveal that, in fact, they're doing exactly what guys like Perens said they could.

Anonymous said...

@September 23, 2009 12:42 PM

Well that's because it shatters their little world where they actually thought companies like HP, IBM, Oracle, etc were in it because they believed in the GNU manifesto and all the other fosstard bullshit. It's funny to watch them get all mad when it's found out that they were just being leveraged to get free work so that these same companies could sell more of their proprietary hardware and software products at a lower fixed cost.

Anonymous said...

@September 23, 2009 12:37 PM

You're trying to disguise your anger with sarcasm, but it's not working.

Anyway, I've gotta go fuck a whore. Troll you bitches later.

Anonymous said...

@September 23, 2009 12:50 PM

Great come back! What next? "I know you are but what am I?"

Anonymous said...

You're a bastard! But I love you!
Too funny! ;)

Anonymous said...

Hey guys guess what! Fixing pulseaudio is actually so easy a newbie can do it!. Well... that is if you get help from someone else on the ubuntuforums. LOL

Anonymous said...

Why do freetards think all software requires support?

Because all the software they do/know is for developers/from developers, i.e. cryptic from a normal user point of view.
I mean there are programs that let you redirect the stdout, wtf that even mean to a normal person?
A good program doesn't need support or documentation(in general).

Anonymous said...

@September 23, 2009 12:46 PM

Perhaps I feigned a little too much naivety. I can understand when a junior rank freetard gets riled up for this reason, but Perens and crew are very smart people. They argued the economically exploitable nature of open source (including fully compromisable stuff like BSD and MIT) as an incentive--to give open source some street creds by claiming big company X uses it. That it has totally backfired means their gamble failed and they have no one to blame but themselves. Misdirecting anger toward the very people they enlisted to shape their cause just shows their unprofessionalism and guarantees their marginalization.

This is just as bad as KDE trashing Webkit for "not honoring the spirit" of the [L]GPL, whatever the fuck that means. When Apple released code suddenly there were all these "understood" stipulations like KDE having CVS access to Apple's code (assuming they even used CVS), Apple being required to spoonfeed changes into current mainline, and Apple breaking down every little change they made so high school level programmers could understand it.

Apple complied with every bit of the license, exactly how RMS said it should work. In no part of the GPL does it mention the modifier having any responsibility whatsoever in maintaining upstream code. The source simply being available is sufficient and the whole crux of the movement. If Perens, KDE, and whoever else wants people to comply with their arbitrarily defined "spirit" they can write it into the fucking license, like they should have in the first place. It's not like they haven't had 30 years to hash this stuff out.

Anonymous said...

"To be fair PulseAudio has been working fine for me. All it needs are a couple of commands to find and renice PulseAudio to -20 and it works without a glitch!"

Jesus, do these people even understand what they're doing when they slap in stuff like this? This is just asking for a totally unresponsive system any time any part of the audio chain breaks down. That requiring anything near "real time" priority to run bulk audio streams is necessary should clue these asshats to how broken the system is.

Anonymous said...

Great come back! What next? "I know you are but what am I?"

September 23, 2009 12:52 PM


No, my come back is to point to: September 23, 2009 12:55 PM and laugh my arse off.

You fell for that hook line and sinker. Fucking muppet.

You see? Too easy man, too easy.

Anyway, enough of your faggotry. Unlike you, some of us have things to do. You should be ashamed of yourself, sitting in your mother's basement, on the dole, surfing and wanking. Get a job mate.

Anonymous said...

@September 23, 2009 1:04 PM

Yeah the whole KDE/WebKit thing was especially funny since KHTML only got any play was after Apple made significant improvements to it. Does any freetard really think Google would use KHTML had Apple not so drastically improved it? Pleeease.

Anonymous said...

@September 23, 2009 1:04 PM

That's why most corporations stick to using BSD, MIT, Apache, or BSD-like code since you don't have such a rampant amount of zealotry in those developer circles who will constantly invent new requirements that were never in the license.

Anonymous said...

@September 23, 2009 1:16 PM

"You fell for that hook line and sinker. Fucking muppet."

Fell for what? You give yourself way too much credit.

"Anyway, enough of your faggotry. Unlike you, some of us have things to do. You should be ashamed of yourself, sitting in your mother's basement, on the dole, surfing and wanking. Get a job mate."

Sure you do. That's why you were constantly hitting the refresh button so you could respond to me? LOL.

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