the triumphs and travails of a shift-key-challenged KDE hacker
Well, you see, Aaron. Some people can tell a joke, and some can't. The corollary to this is that some people can get a joke, and some can't. Whether the problem is with the teller or the getter (or not-getter) is one of the great mysteries of the universe. Right next to "who put the boom in the boom sh'boom?" --Marcel
Are you sure your Plasmoid link takes where you wanted? :)
Well..as your sister..I really don't care! :)You always told stupid jokes as a kid..remember the one about the snakes eggs having hair??? GROAN!!!!HugsMe
You get a software release cycle name?Booh, I still say the stage before alpha release should be named "upsilon with dialytika and tonos" release stage.
Please tell us the one about snakes eggs having hair!
wikipedia is full of stupid Windows users, only what can we do is writing Linux related articles. I wrote KDE articles in Slovenian (for example: http://sl.wikipedia.org/wiki/KDE_4, http://sl.wikipedia.org/wiki/KDE, http://sl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kategorija:KDE, ...), that are realy good and some of them are already in featured article stage (they'll be shown at main page).Also I add this notice to Plasmoid article: For Plasma's desktop widgets, see Plasmoid (KDE).Nice too get a software release cycle name named after you, Plasma rules (KDE 4.1 and higher :D ).Greetings, Miha
@nicolas:I missed it at first. Look near the top of the page.
lol. way to prove his point, guys ;)subtle humour and teh interwebs just don't seem to mix well... although I do find the results here pretty hilarious...
Ok..so Aarons joke that he made up when he was about six goes like this:Aaron: Why did the snake go into his cave?Me: Why?Aaron: Because his eggs had hair...uh???? ooookkkkk...and he'd laugh and laugh and laugh...lol
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