Post by 7
Your half wit is half right.
I can't afford to employ a halfwit like you who doesn't
know anything about q factor in jpeg compression
You can't afford to employ anyone to do anything, little guy, so get over
the absurd claims. You're a wannabe Linux hacker who barely scrapes by
Post by 7
and then goes around saying it looks same in *screen* resolution.
*Screen* resolution dumbo?!
Not sure what you're trying to say (English is definitely not your first
language), but they look absolutely identical to me, on my screen
If I show you 20 pairs of .jpg photos, all resized from 2816x2112 to
1024x768, one ImageMagick converted with -quality of 100 and the other
ImageMagick converted at -quality of 85 (the default), and you can't pick
out the -q100 photo 20 out of 20 times by viewing it with your naked eyes on
an LCD computer screen at resolution of 1024x768, do you agree to pay me
twice my 2007 gross income? Say yes, and I'll pay for a lawyer we agree on
to arrange the file conversion and viewing test in a controlled, impartial
environment where you can't cheat, and the lawyer will then collect the
$XXX,XXX you'll then owe me. You'll be in debt to me for the rest of your
life, because your big cola mouth blabs silliness you can't back up.
Oh, and I'll gladly pay to fly you to the testing location and back, or
we'll come to you. Don't forget your checkbook.
Post by 7 Post by DFS Post by 7 Post by DFS
You will of course now prove that this is an approved method
for counting Linux uptake.
There is no approved method, wackjob.
Then your lies are toast dumb fsck!!!
You're the nutcase who blabs new Linux desktop installs are 1 million+ per
month, and Linux on devices are now 3 million+ installs per month. You have
absolutely no evidence for either claim, yet you continue to spew it. That
makes you the liar.
Post by 7
Why not count press releases? At least its
It is, huh? Show me where you independently verified any of the press
releases you tout. In fact, let's see your database of press releases, and
let's see how you derived your insane numbers.... we'll be waiting a long
time... you'll never produce it, 'cause you just made the numbers up like
most cola loonies.
In fact, here's you on cola 12/30/07: "Who cares if the numbers are accurate
or not - Linux and the open source movement is not waiting around for them
to be verified!!"
Hey, did you verify the big Linux press release issued by Sun Microsystems
in late 2003? They said they were going to sell 200,000,000 Linux desktops
(Sun Java Desktops based on Suse) to China CSSC:
Today Sun doesn't even sell Linux, and they apparently sold no JDS desktops
to CSSC, and they never issued a press release saying they sold none.
A press release touting Linux sales or installs is as trustworthy as you.
Post by 7
Don't give me none of that excel based malarky where you can't
add and substract properly.
Use Open Office Calc for your spreadsheet and count
press releases properly adding and subtracting gains
and losses equally.
OpenOffice is for your kind. It makes me laugh and I can't concentrate.