battery plasmoid and remaining time..
ervin at kde.org
Mon May 18 08:38:24 CEST 2009
On Monday 18 May 2009 07:45:59 Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
> On Sunday 17 May 2009, Sebastian Kügler wrote:
> > On Sunday 17 May 2009 20:06:57 Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
> > > come up with the algorithm to figure that on a random laptop and you
> > > get a lollipop.
> > ... and you're complaining about 'talking down to someone'? Seriously ...
> thank you for adding significantly to the content of the conversation.
Please all accept my apologies in advance for not adding to the content of the
conversation with this mail (I guess most arguments are on the table now
anyway so it's getting nowhere IMO).
Now, Sebastian definitely has a point even if it's not directly relevant to
the content of the thread. Although I definitely understand and agree on your
position regarding remaining time (already stated that, and it's definitely
not popular[*] for some reason), I have to admit that the mails in this thread
are getting aggressive and the one Sebastian was referring to was in my (non
native speaker) opinion looking borderline insulting.
Of course, I can understand why you're getting aggressive... As I said earlier
people are kind of obsessed by this "remaining time" lie, and this thread is
like preaching in a desert. Still that doesn't allow *anybody* to become
aggressive. I'd like to emphasis *anybody* here, as I've seen quite a share of
participants in this thread becoming overly aggressive.
Sorry for the noise.
[*] And making software is definitely not a popularity contest.
Kévin 'ervin' Ottens, http://ervin.ipsquad.net
"Ni le maître sans disciple, Ni le disciple sans maître,
Ne font reculer l'ignorance."
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