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2015-11-29 stevieb Re: Newest Nodes Settings for Anonymous Monk Re:PMD
2015-11-29 kcott Newest Nodes Settings for Anonymous Monk PMD
2014-04-02 perladdict Re^2: How to replace the existing values and to add the new nodes which are not existed based on test file Re:SoPW
2014-04-01 choroba Re: How to replace the existing values and to add the new nodes which are not existed based on the properties file Re:SoPW
2014-04-01 perladdict How to replace the existing values and to add the new nodes which are not existed based on the properties file SoPW
2013-10-16 atcroft Re: Does the 'Newest Nodes' syndication node (id 30175) accept any parameters? Re:PMD
2013-10-16 shriken Does the 'Newest Nodes' syndication node (id 30175) accept any parameters? PMD
2012-01-08 tye Re^3: prefix 'Newest Nodes' title with number of unchecked nodes (RSS) Re:PMD
2012-01-07 Tanktalus Re^2: prefix 'Newest Nodes' title with number of unchecked nodes (please) Re:PMD
2012-01-06 erix Re^2: prefix 'Newest Nodes' title with number of unchecked nodes Re:PMD
2012-01-06 tye Re: prefix 'Newest Nodes' title with number of unchecked nodes (please) Re:PMD
2012-01-06 erix prefix 'Newest Nodes' title with number of unchecked nodes PMD
2009-10-19 Anonymous Monk Re^4: Can we make it less work to generate Newest Nodes? Re:PMD
2009-05-30 tye Re: Updates included as Newest Nodes.... (no) Re:PMD
2009-05-30 koolgirl Re^2: Updates included as Newest Nodes.... Re:PMD
2009-05-30 zwon Re^2: Updates included as Newest Nodes.... Re:PMD
2009-05-30 almut Re: Updates included as Newest Nodes.... Re:PMD
2009-05-30 koolgirl Updates included as Newest Nodes.... PMD
2009-01-22 tilly Re^3: Can we make it less work to generate Newest Nodes? Re:PMD
2009-01-21 Anonymous Monk Re^2: Can we make it less work to generate Newest Nodes? Re:PMD
2009-01-21 tye Re^2: Can we make it less work to generate Newest Nodes? (no) Re:PMD
2009-01-21 graff Re^2: Can we make it less work to generate Newest Nodes? Re:PMD
2009-01-21 tilly Re: Can we make it less work to generate Newest Nodes? Re:PMD
2009-01-21 talexb Re^2: Can we make it less work to generate Newest Nodes? Re:PMD
2009-01-21 jettero Re: Can we make it less work to generate Newest Nodes? Re:PMD
2009-01-21 kyle Re: Can we make it less work to generate Newest Nodes? Re:PMD
2009-01-21 talexb Can we make it less work to generate Newest Nodes? PMD
2008-12-20 tye Re: Newest Nodes length limit (60) Re:PMD
2008-12-20 roboticus Re^2: Newest Nodes length limit Re:PMD
2008-12-20 sasdrtx Re: Newest Nodes length limit Re:PMD
2008-12-20 jagh Newest Nodes length limit PMD
2008-03-19 ambrus Re: How To Reset Newest Nodes Re:PMD
2008-03-18 DBAugie Re^2: Newest Nodes Flag is not set? Re:PMD
2008-03-18 jdporter Re: Newest Nodes Flag is not set? Re:PMD
2008-03-18 ww Re: Newest Nodes Flag is not set? Re:PMD
2008-03-18 nikos Re^2: How To Reset Newest Nodes Re:PMD
2008-03-18 DBAugie Newest Nodes Flag is not set? PMD
2008-03-18 Mutant Re: How To Reset Newest Nodes Re:PMD
2008-03-18 Anonymous Monk Re: How To Reset Newest Nodes Re:PMD
2008-03-17 nikos How To Reset Newest Nodes PMD
2007-08-28 ikegami Re^6: Extra CSS for "new nodes" when viewing a thread Re:PMD
2007-08-28 oha Re^5: Extra CSS for "new nodes" when viewing a thread Re:PMD
2007-08-24 FunkyMonk Re^2: Extra CSS for "new nodes" when viewing a thread Re:PMD
2007-08-24 eric256 Re^3: Extra CSS for "new nodes" when viewing a thread (history) Re:PMD
2007-08-24 Anonymous Monk Re^3: Extra CSS for "new nodes" when viewing a thread Re:PMD
2007-08-24 tye Re^2: Extra CSS for "new nodes" when viewing a thread (history) Re:PMD
2007-08-23 holli Re^2: Extra CSS for "new nodes" when viewing a thread Re:PMD
2007-08-23 eric256 Re: Extra CSS for "new nodes" when viewing a thread Re:PMD
2007-08-23 bart Re: Extra CSS for "new nodes" when viewing a thread Re:PMD
2007-08-23 ambrus Re^2: Extra CSS for "new nodes" when viewing a thread (more) Re:PMD

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[ambrus]: erix: that one actually sucks. these days people should get rid of the old notion that TeX is the only thing you can use for decent mathematics writing, because MS Office and LibreOffice have reached the
[ambrus]: level where people can more easily write as good mathematical papers in them as the people who write bad LaTeX papers usually write.
[ambrus]: Yes, for like the first twenty of its years, TeX was basically the only system that allowed you to write decent maths papers, and C++ and PHP were programming languages that sucked, etc. But times change and people have to accept that.
Discipulus bad people + good tool < normal people + decent tool
[Discipulus]: php does not suck anymore?
[ambrus]: Discipulus: I'm not sure, but it certainly doesn't suck as much as it's used to. it's like C++, it sucks because people still recursively learn from twenty year old PHP examples,
[ambrus]: and they try to use the obsolete features that PHP has to support only for compatibility with old scripts. C++ and PHP both have the problem that people can't forget the past, because when they google "PHP" plus the problme they want to solve, they find b
[ambrus]: ad code examples.

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