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Re^5: API continuous Speech-To-Text
by marto (Cardinal) on Sep 04, 2018 at 09:33 UTC

    "update: note that the Jasper suggestion from marto came 7 minutes after his arrogant reaction to my suggestion. I criticise it because it fails to connect to Perl (upd: actually I didn't - I avoided criticising and tried to be neutral in style, nevertheless...), the group gets its knickers in a twist and loses it with wall-to-wall nonsense retaliation like this one (YourMother)."

    You're all over the place here. You say you I was arrogant, when I simply asked you a question. You then claim to have criticised me (you updated your post asking a further question, without bothering to tell me), then update this post to say you haven't been critical because you tried to be 'neutral in style'. You are inconsistent in what you say and what you claim to do.

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Re^5: API continuous Speech-To-Text
by Your Mother (Archbishop) on Sep 04, 2018 at 13:03 UTC
    Rather than pick at your postÖ

    Thatís mighty big of you. I guess I dodged a bullet there. As for my part I donít get angry at criticism especially if itís polite or well founded. I do get in a bit of a snit when a node with 35 upvotes is both wrong and, since it lacks citation, plagiarism. The cabal awaits the chance to review your birth certificate.

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Re^5: API continuous Speech-To-Text
by Anonymous Monk on Sep 04, 2018 at 12:26 UTC
    There is definitely a cabal here but it is mostly good. You shouldn't take the cabal out of context. Perl has been under literal seige from multiple corporate and university funded troll armies for years. Combine that with anonymous monks and the need for a cabal becomes obvious. The cabal is extremely battle-hardened and prone to react rapidly to extingish skirmishes on the monastery perimeter. They can be wrong and obnoxious at times, resulting in friendly fire casulaties, but consider the alternatives. The biggest problem with the cabal is this: if they don't appreciate your sense of humor (or anything really) you'll be branded as a troll and they will troll you too. Once the "special" kids get offended by your humor and the internet generation labels you and the video gamers target you--they will never stop. Once that happens you might as well log out or start over with a new name that behaves because they treat anonymous monks much better.
      Perl has been under literal seige from multiple corporate and university funded troll armies for years.

      Do you have images of the trebuchets stationed in front of Larry Walls house, or are you just using a figure of speech?

      In general, I think your post would do better with some supporting facts where you show evidence for such funding.

        Long ago someone noticed that the generous author of Perl left a few hundred million dollars of market share just lying around for the taking, and they took it!

        The PHP Corporation has made many gains at Perl's expense over the years:

          "In 1999, their company Zend Technologies was formally established and received initial funding from the Israeli venture capital funds Platinum Neurone Ventures and Walden Israel."

          "In July 2004, Zend Technologies raised $8M in a series C funding and established its headquarters in the USA."

          "In January 2005 Intel Capital and SAP Ventures joined the existing investors in Zend Technologies."

          "In August 2006 Zend raised $20 Million in a series D funding."

          "In October 2015, Rogue Wave Software acquired Zend."

        All those years of Perl bashing by PHP dweebs was well funded by VC capital. I have no proof that PHP Inc. is involved with viral marketing campaigns against their main competitor that continue to this day (the regular perl is dead blogs from seemingly random "folks" online). So that's just speculation but seems like an obvious marketing strategy.

        Google gives free py classes. That costs money. By teaching py for free they create "popularity" out of thin air (filled with cash).

        Images of trebuchets stationed in front of Larry's house now exist, in my head, thanks to you :-). All I can see there is an old Pacer with faded green paint. Larry moved out on July 19, 2000 and left us to guard the fort while he builds a new galaxy class starship. Wanna take a ride???

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Re^5: API continuous Speech-To-Text
by Anonymous Monk on Sep 04, 2018 at 09:24 UTC
    s/group/turd miners/; # nothing left to flush so the miners petrify