tv tuomov at
Wed Apr 8 11:07:07 PDT 2009

It's so wonderful when essential features like saveunders are removed.
Now you'll get hordes of people complaining and thinking your software
is buggy because applications are constantly redrawing under it... when
the assholes in power removed essential features without providing a 
subsitute, like a generic CM that isn't a complete joke. (And CMs are
overall a fucking joke and a waste of CPU cycles and memory... unless
you can somehow emulate just saveunders etc. without storing all the
hundred windows in memory... but all this has *piss-poor* documentation
in a typical fashion.)

There's just no way to keep up with all the shit the FOSScracy throws
at you, unless you're one of the big projects with immense resources,
and indeed part of the FOSScracy.

"[Fashion] is usually a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have
 to alter it every six months." -- Oscar Wilde
"The computer industry is the only industry that is more fashion-driven
 than women's fashion." -- RMS

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