Sinister Midget wrote:
On 2009-05-01, GreyCloud <cumulus@xxxxxxxx> claimed:
Chris Ahlstrom wrote:
Actually, I checked out the blog. And if one reads carefully, there is
a comma in there that separates the two.
In one instance the claim of Gnote supports 6 more languages, (gnote
being a note type of program which means multiple
locales) and that it no longer supports C# (mono in this instance). One
could also replace the comma and use 'and'.
After reading the many sites related to the topic, it appears that Tim
is looking for any way possible to discredit the poster,
After takin' a swig o' grog, Tim Smith belched out
this bit o' wisdom:
A well-known COLA computer scientist (who I'll leave unnamed for in case
people want to have fun guessing who it was) recent blogged that gnote
has added support for 6 languages, and none of them were C#, implying
this is a blow to Microsoft and/or mono.
What gnote actually did was add some translations, for Spanish, Czech,
Thai, and some others. (And it wasn't six...but that's a separate
How does one get to be a computer scientist without knowing that
localizing software to human languages has nothing to do with supporting
I dunno, why don't you tell us, Beavis?
hoping that the rest would not catch on to the subtle implications.
Timmy is praticing for an upcoming half-season of South Park, where I
heard they'll be featuring him as the chief retard for the duration,
pushing Jimmy into the background until sometime in the future. So I
wouldn't be too hard on him. It's all part of training for his acting
Doin' a good job, ain't he?
Hehehe... "OH MY GOD THEY KILLED TIMMY!"
"It is impossible to defeat an ignorant man in argument."
William G. McAdoo.
American Government official (1863-1941).