Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 28th Sep 2004 08:46 UTC
Original OSNews Interviews Imendio, based in Sweden, provides services in application and platform development based for Gnome/GTK+ on Linux, *BSD and UNIX based systems. Today, we interview its founder, Mikael Hallendal (also known in the Gnome developer community as the author of Gossip, Blam! and DevHelp applications) about the business of Imendio, the challenges GTK+ poses and more.
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@MyStillWrong
by Lumbergh on Wed 29th Sep 2004 03:18 UTC

No, I was probably doing my post graduate program when you got your first job. And from your childish nuances and the manner you comport yourself, I doubt your are as experienced as you claim to be

I'd demand a refund from your university then because its obvious from your posts last night on the gnome 2.10 article that you have 0 technical knowledge on anything related to how programming languages work. Or maybe you got your graduate degree from Stallman's indoctrination camp.

And if you don't care about GNOME why the hell I'm I wasting my time with you again. Havoc doesn't dictate what becomes of GNOME. If you knew anything about Linux and how open source software operates, I wouldn't be enlightening you again.

As proven by your posts last night its doubtful you could enlighten a pre-schooler.

And if you actually went through critical thinking course in College, you'd see why Java and C# is null and void as core parts of GNOME. But, that's right, you don't know and you don't care. Ignorance is bliss.

Maybe you should have taken a logic course in college because you didn't back up your claim with anything. There's no technical reason why certain parts of core Gnome couldn't be written in C# or Java besides possibly a memory hit since both are reasonably fast....people used to say that C++ was too slow, and before that straight C was too slow. Gnome and KDE are already bloated, might as well bloat it a tiny bit more for developer productivity.

But I wouldn't expect you to understand technical issues since you proved last night that you have about 0 technical knowledge.