28 posts • joined Thursday 16th October 2008 10:08 GMT
Surely the point is..
that wine is a serious geek-out for developers.
I know codeweavers and others have made a business out of it but surely it is just the pinnacle of geekdom to work on this (apart from the kernel of course!!)
Knowing how flippin complicated this is I'm always surprised when an app works under wine.
Ubuntu One ...
this has been one big fail for me.
Didn't sync files properly and when I tried to buy some tunes threw up a 500 internal server error....and i got charged!!
If this is to go mainstream then these things must be fixed.
Still dropbox and Amazon for me until they can top the ease of use of these apps.
Microsoft - please, please, please, please, please
just sod off!
No-one likes you, no-one is interested in you and increasingly we're forgetting all about you so please take yourself off somewhere nice and quiet and blow your chuffing head off. We'll even supply your weapon of choice.
Just a waste of time
Until someone puts together a viable alternative for moving away from Windows then this kind of antic aint gonna work.
RedHat have sussed it and i think Mark Shuttleworth's approach is more positive.
I hope the paper it was written on is long and thoroughly absorbent as that's all it will be used for!
bang goes your career mate!!
Never mind, you can google for another job
this is the same problem as phorm
As a previous post said, if we opted in to these sodding scams....oops schemes, then that would be acceptable - although nobody would do it of course.
Please, please, please just join Phorm and foxtrot oscar
Mines the one with the mobile in the pocket that keeps going off coz some twat from 118800 keeps ringing me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
To me ... to you
How can you be awarded something if you still have to prove you are capable of performing the task?
Sounds like another job for 'Bodgeit and Scarper'
It's time to put on music
Well with Judge Kermit there, how much more of a media circus can there be?!!
Perhaps animal could be a witness on behalf of the music RIAA
if you're using Symantec products then you've already noobed out and deserve what you get.
I'll have one
if there's a groinal attachment and I can get radio by adjusting my nipple nuts
But this question should be asked
When was it ever a good idea to allow any government to censor what people read?
I don't know about you but I'm an adult and am involved enough with my kids to stop them accessing anything dodgy. I don't need our dear politicians holding my hand when it comes to that.
And please do your research about ID cards and terrorists.
If you point a camera at someone because of their weight and then use this in a documentary about fat people then OF COURSE this is an invasion of privacy if you don't gain permission first. How else can it not be? End of!!
Paris? Because she's got a mighty fine booty that should be filmed and included in any documentary about anything at anytime everywhere. Nuff said
I think we're missing the point here.
The point is how darn fit Sarah Palin is....mmmmmmm
It had better be open source!!!
Yet again they are attacking the wrong people. The real criminals with the real evil stuff will not leave it on their laptop for the world to see, with the minor exception of a certain Mr Glitter maybe.
I think not chaps
"Piracy rates for Windows XP are much higher than for Vista, which Microsoft credits to Vista's anti-piracy technology rather than its popularity"
Hmmmmm according to a friend (honest Gov) the latest cracks even allow you to brand your pirated copy of Vista, download the latest service pack and merrily carry on using your machine.
Back to drawing board,eh guys?!!
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