Submissions: This user has upvoted 1989 and downvoted 180 submissions.
Comments: This user has upvoted 1161 and downvoted 181 comments.
5 highest rated submissions:
Feminist explains the problems she has with intersectionality, submitted: 3/31/2016 12:34:58 PM, 25 points (+27|-2)
"If you love life, don't waste time, for time is what life is made up of." - Bruce Lee, submitted: 3/18/2016 8:44:12 PM, 23 points (+23|-0)
Islam, Free Speech, and the Self-Hatred of the "Lunatic Left" - Anne Marie Waters in Stockholm 2016, submitted: 1/30/2017 4:23:55 AM, 11 points (+11|-0)
"Euphemisms are unpleasant truths wearing diplomatic cologne." - Quentin Crisp, submitted: 9/2/2015 1:20:07 AM, 11 points (+11|-0)
Now you're thinking in Legos, submitted: 9/11/2015 3:24:27 AM, 10 points (+10|-0)
5 lowest rated submissions:
"If we dont talk about extremimsm, the only alternative is violence." | Former extremists - YouTube, submitted: 2/8/2017 4:14:24 AM, 1 points (+3|-2)
Kraut And Tea - Cut her by the Pussy, submitted: 2/12/2017 6:15:41 PM, 1 points (+2|-1)
Why Do People Leave Islam - Letter From an Ex Muslim, submitted: 7/12/2016 9:24:26 PM, 4 points (+4|-0)
Portland Police Break Up Antifa Protest, submitted: 2/10/2017 2:42:48 AM, 5 points (+5|-0)
"Sweat saves blood." - Erwin 'The Desert Fox' Rommel, submitted: 9/11/2015 9:45:50 AM, 6 points (+7|-1)
3 highest rated comments:
noblefool 1 points 102 points 103 points (+103|-1) ago
"But mah sexism!"
While the studies sample size is too small to say anything conclusive, all they've done is reaffirmed general trends from people who actually bothered to study workplace discrimination. Generally, Women are not discriminated against.
noblefool 1 points 68 points 69 points (+69|-1) ago
EDIT: Also of note: My buddy who graduated with a networking major and has been working in the industry for about 5~ years says the bit that allegedly makes no sense makes perfect sense to him. So it's just a lie on every count. RIP.
Also 2100 HTTPS connections on an otherwise idle box is "not a small fucking amount".
noblefool 0 points 62 points 62 points (+62|-0) ago
Not one person could have predicted this outcome. Except for the people being called racists and bigots, and the people who thought you were actually going to, y'know, enforce the laws of your own country.
3 lowest rated comments:
noblefool 7 points -3 points 4 points (+4|-7) ago
Aaaand Australia continues to slide towards an internet blackout.
noblefool 4 points -3 points 1 points (+1|-4) ago
OpenOffice and LibreOffice didn't exist at that point. Those came out about 5 years laterish (IIRC Ribbon was introduced in MS Office 2007, and LibreOffice's first stable build was in 2011-2012ish. OpenOffice came after this, because LibreOffice was the result of Oracle bleeding the original dev team for OpenOffice.org after they acquired it, so they had to rebuild).
EDIT: Okay, it seems I need to clarify. I'm well aware that OpenOffice.org existed at the time but it's not the same thing as OpenOffice, because they named the new Fork of OpenOffice.org OpenOffice - The fork is distinct from the base.)
noblefool 2 points -2 points 0 points (+0|-2) ago
OpenOffice and OpenOffice.org are two definitively different things - OpenOffice.org was created by Sun Microsystems off of Star Office, and was then acquired by Apache (Edit: Through Oracle). Most of the devs that were working on OpenOffice.org left for the company that made LibreOffice, forcing Apache to scrap OOo, hire a new team and make Apache OpenOffice. They're not the same thing (EDIT: Stipulation here, Apache Open Office was built off of the ruins of OOo, and therefore Star Office. Your graphic postulates that they used Star Office 9 as well, and I don't see a reason why that couldn't, or wouldn't be true). Note how the path is not one continuous line in the graphic you linked. There's a reason for that. The builds of Star Office and OOo were definitively worse than the MS Office suite as a whole in 2007 - That is to say, if you pull in all of the functional pieces (Excel, Powerpoint, etc.) Star Office and OOo were strictly worse, and they didn't really become competitive until Apache Open Office and LibreOffice. OOo didn't really see a huge amount of funding until Apache got their hands on it in 2012. Despite creating Java, Sun wasn't exactly one of the industry giants (I Mean, the entire company got bought out for under $50 million USD in 2009.) and they had their hands full just sorta supporting Java. Apache made bigger improvements on the platform in the two years they had it than in the entire time Sun had it, basically (Keeping in mind that it was forked off of Star Office, and that Star Office and OpenOffice.org were iterative off of each other).
So no, what I said was correct - OpenOffice, as distinct from OpenOffice.org, didn't exist at that point, and the stuff that did exist wasn't anywhere near as good as what MS Office of the time had to offer (Mostly because it was just a bunch of open source code slowly being incrementally improved on concurrently). As for Go-oo, those were initially patches for a better OOo, and didn't fully fork off until 2007 (according to the timeline you linked me. I don't know when that first stable fork build was, but sounds about right). Thus, it still suffered from being a poorer office productivity platform than MS Office 2007, despite MS Office 2007 being objectively bad.