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Re^3: Tiny Frameworks

by dreadpiratepeter (Priest)
on Sep 30, 2007 at 15:10 UTC ( #641772=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Tiny Frameworks
in thread Tiny Frameworks

I followed your links and found a shallow, poorly written rant that fails to provide any refutation of Ovid's ideas. In fact it appears to be more an ad hominem attack against Ovid specifically and Perl programmers in general. Until you can manage to provide any sort of intelligent counter argument, I suggest that you find another place to post. I don't speak for anyone but myself, but I don't appreciate pointless attacks against people who are actively trying to create constructive dialog and new ideas.



-pete
"Worry is like a rocking chair. It gives you something to do, but it doesn't get you anywhere."


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Re^4: Tiny Frameworks
by Anonymous Monk on Sep 30, 2007 at 15:28 UTC
    I found a poorly written web site that was incapable of even allowing me to navigate to said rant with the two different browsers I tried.

    I wrote a small rant about this. To find it, google for "web site navigation rant ovid hater". Follow the fourth link. Where to find it from there should be obvious. :)

      you are not smart enough for a AJAX enabled web site, that's all. relax.
        you are not smart enough for a AJAX enabled web site, that's all. relax.
        Do you actually use XMLHttpRequest to build your DHTML menus?

        Either you don't understand the term AJAX, or you've created a monument to idiocy.

        -David

        you are not smart enough for a AJAX enabled web site
        Wow, your browser's JavaScript is powered by your personal intelligence? That sounds very advanced.

        My IQ is too low for my browsers to be able to harness it in order to implement JavaScript. And it doesn't help that my spleen disabled the setting for "run code written by any random moron on the internet whose site we stumble upon". I don't know what it was thinkingsecreting.

        And you are probably correct that intelligence had nothing to do with the construction of your site that not only becomes completely useless without JavaScript, but that also failed to work correctly on the one JavaScript-enabled browser that I tried with.

        Your family must be very proud of the attention you bring to their site with your insults.

        use NOSCRIPT to tell user he needs AJAX
Re^4: Tiny Frameworks
by Anonymous Monk on Sep 30, 2007 at 16:00 UTC

    You are right, I didn't reasoning. In this case, it requires a bit sanity, not reasoning. I saved my reasoning for people who deserve, and shout at those who need a bit sanity.

      Once again, attack on the person, not the idea. You still haven't added anything but noise to this thread. Please develop a rational refutation or counter argument, with examples, before you continue to attack his posting
      Try posting as a real user rather than hiding behind anonyminity. The voting system will give you an idea about how people feel about your posts.


      -pete
      "Worry is like a rocking chair. It gives you something to do, but it doesn't get you anywhere."

        Thanks for your kind words. The anonymous monk might have a point hidden behind his insults, but since he refuses to share his point, it's moot.

        Cheers,
        Ovid

        New address of my CGI Course.

        XP points, X your ass.
        Since when honesty became attack. Stupid person bears stupid ideas, and every stupid idea is in some stupid ones' mind. There is no difference between attack the point and attack the person, in the end any way.

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