Discussion:
The Biggest Turkey
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chrisv
2015-11-25 16:34:16 UTC
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Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?

Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal
computing.
--
"It isn't like Linux on the desktop is any kind of competitor." -
Lying Lloyd Parsons
Chris Ahlstrom
2015-11-25 19:27:26 UTC
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Post by chrisv
Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?
Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal
computing.
I can't decide whether to nominate Window's entire "security" model,
or its 32-bit compatibility directory, appropriately named SysWoW64:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WoW64
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Marly Parlor
2015-11-25 20:01:43 UTC
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Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by chrisv
Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?
Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal
computing.
I can't decide whether to nominate Window's entire "security" model,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WoW64
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful screencasting
application.
Chris Ahlstrom
2015-11-26 11:37:59 UTC
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Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by chrisv
Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?
Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal
computing.
I can't decide whether to nominate Window's entire "security" model,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WoW64
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful screencasting
application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
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You may be gone tomorrow, but that doesn't mean that you weren't here today.
Marly Parlor
2015-11-26 17:47:32 UTC
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Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by chrisv
Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?
Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal
computing.
I can't decide whether to nominate Window's entire "security" model,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WoW64
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to a Linux
screencasting application that is a professional as ScreenFlow or
Camtasia.

http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm

https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
Snit
2015-11-26 17:55:30 UTC
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Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
I can't decide whether to nominate Window's entire "security" model,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WoW64
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to a Linux
screencasting application that is a professional as ScreenFlow or
Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
Oh, Peter Köhlmann knows of at least three! Of course, he is wrong about all
three of them. :)

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Snit:
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Excellent screencasting software, similar to ScreenFlow. And
example of something I find key to its use:
What OSS tool on desktop Linux
has anything even close?
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Peter Köhlmann:
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There are several more. Look up "Istanbul" for example or
"Byzanz", or "Cankiri" The list can grow quite a bit, but
these are the most used ones
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No program Peter pointed to does the task shown in the video. Peter
never found *any* way on desktop Linux.

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Peter Köhlmann:
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In fact, there are at least 3 programs for screencasting which do
either without exception *all* he "needs" or can do it combined
with others
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| You have spoken of three programs.
No, I have not. Your incredibly bad reading comprehension is
rearing its ugly head again,
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Both of those quotes come from the same day and the same thread and were
stated in that order. In another thread on a previous day Peter gave the
names of three screen recording programs: Istanbul, Byzanz, and Cankiri.
None of those, nor any set of programs, has ever been shown to do what Peter
claims can be done on Linux.

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Chris Ahlstrom
2015-11-27 02:30:33 UTC
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Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to a Linux
screencasting application that is a professional as ScreenFlow or
Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.

Too bad you missed it.

Thanks for playing.
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Marly Parlor
2015-11-27 13:13:05 UTC
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Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to a Linux
screencasting application that is a professional as ScreenFlow or
Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux has no decent
ScreeFlow applications and when I ask you for examples of the Linux
offerings you offer up the lame excuse that it's been covered already.

Seems to me that it is you who are the bullshitter because if you could
offer a Linux alternative, you would have instead of dodging the question
with a lame reply.

Don't let the door hit you in the arse on your way out.
Peter Köhlmann
2015-11-27 13:19:33 UTC
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Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to a Linux
screencasting application that is a professional as ScreenFlow or
Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux has no decent
ScreeFlow applications and when I ask you for examples of the Linux
offerings you offer up the lame excuse that it's been covered already.
Poor imbecile Snit Michael Glasser
Marly Parlor
2015-11-27 13:24:53 UTC
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@dont-
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to a Linux
screencasting application that is a professional as ScreenFlow or
Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux has no decent
ScreeFlow applications and when I ask you for examples of the Linux
offerings you offer up the lame excuse that it's been covered already.
Poor imbecile Snit Michael Glasser
So you can't offer a Linux solution either. Tell me, why do you fear
discussing Linux vs other operating systems as specified by the group's
charter?
Peter Köhlmann
2015-11-27 13:53:48 UTC
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Post by Snit
@dont-
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to a
Linux
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
screencasting application that is a professional as ScreenFlow or
Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux has no decent
ScreeFlow applications and when I ask you for examples of the Linux
offerings you offer up the lame excuse that it's been covered already.
Poor imbecile Snit Michael Glasser
So you can't offer a Linux solution either.
I can. I will not tell you, Snit Michael Glasser
Post by Snit
Tell me, why do you fear
discussing Linux vs other operating systems as specified by the group's
charter?
Nobody "fears" discussing linux. It is just that no sane person will
"discuss" anything with a lying imbecile like you
Edward Stansfield
2015-11-27 14:04:24 UTC
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Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Snit
@dont-
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to a
Linux
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
screencasting application that is a professional as ScreenFlow or
Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux has no decent
ScreeFlow applications and when I ask you for examples of the Linux
offerings you offer up the lame excuse that it's been covered already.
Poor imbecile Snit Michael Glasser
So you can't offer a Linux solution either.
I can. I will not tell you, Snit Michael Glasser
Post by Snit
Tell me, why do you fear
discussing Linux vs other operating systems as specified by the group's
charter?
Nobody "fears" discussing linux. It is just that no sane person will
"discuss" anything with a lying imbecile like you
It's best to ignore the snit.
Shut down the circus before it even has time to unload the trucks.
--
Edward Stansfield

"I am clearly quite ethical / moral." - Snit, lying shamelessly,
November 24th, 2015
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Slimer
2015-11-27 14:21:04 UTC
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Post by Snit
Post by Peter Köhlmann
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@dont-
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Marly Parlor wrote this copyrighted missive and expects
Post by Marly Parlor
Marly Parlor wrote this copyrighted missive and
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a
useful screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can
point me to a
Linux
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Marly Parlor
screencasting application that is a professional as
ScreenFlow or Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux
has no decent ScreeFlow applications and when I ask you for
examples of the Linux offerings you offer up the lame
excuse that it's been covered already.
Poor imbecile Snit Michael Glasser
So you can't offer a Linux solution either.
I can. I will not tell you, Snit Michael Glasser
Post by Snit
Tell me, why do you fear discussing Linux vs other operating
systems as specified by the group's charter?
Nobody "fears" discussing linux. It is just that no sane person
will "discuss" anything with a lying imbecile like you
It's best to ignore the snit. Shut down the circus before it even
has time to unload the trucks.
Peter the Klöwm keeps telling us that he hates Snit and that he
doesn't want him here but insists on replying to every one of the
guy's messages.


- --
Slimer
EFF & OpenMedia member / IFAW & PETA supporter
Wretched Stallman says: "Only YOU can prevent Snit's leftist, atheist
propaganda machine."

"I am clearly quite ethical / moral." - Snit, lying shamelessly,
November 24th, 2015
<D27A422F.6521B%***@gallopinginsanity.com>
Peter Köhlmann
2015-11-27 14:48:27 UTC
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@dont-
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Marly Parlor wrote this copyrighted missive and expects
Post by Marly Parlor
Marly Parlor wrote this copyrighted missive and
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a
useful screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can
point me to a
Linux
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Marly Parlor
screencasting application that is a professional as
ScreenFlow or Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux
has no decent ScreeFlow applications and when I ask you for
examples of the Linux offerings you offer up the lame
excuse that it's been covered already.
Poor imbecile Snit Michael Glasser
So you can't offer a Linux solution either.
I can. I will not tell you, Snit Michael Glasser
Post by Snit
Tell me, why do you fear discussing Linux vs other operating
systems as specified by the group's charter?
Nobody "fears" discussing linux. It is just that no sane person
will "discuss" anything with a lying imbecile like you
It's best to ignore the snit. Shut down the circus before it even
has time to unload the trucks.
Peter the Klöwm keeps telling us that he hates Snit and that he
doesn't want him here but insists on replying to every one of the
guy's messages.
So even the Snit arselicker Slimeball does not believe that the lying
imbecile hasn't *again* used a new handle to disguise himself. Does not
work, naturally

Snit Michael Glasser is much to transparent to have a snowballs chance in
hell to successfully pretend that this "new" guy "Marty Parlor" is everyone
but the lunatic liar himself
Snit
2015-11-27 15:37:58 UTC
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Post by Peter Köhlmann
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@dont-
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Marly Parlor wrote this copyrighted missive and expects
Post by Marly Parlor
Marly Parlor wrote this copyrighted missive and
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a
useful screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can
point me to a
Linux
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Marly Parlor
screencasting application that is a professional as
ScreenFlow or Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux
has no decent ScreeFlow applications and when I ask you for
examples of the Linux offerings you offer up the lame
excuse that it's been covered already.
Poor imbecile Snit Michael Glasser
So you can't offer a Linux solution either.
I can. I will not tell you, Snit Michael Glasser
Post by Snit
Tell me, why do you fear discussing Linux vs other operating
systems as specified by the group's charter?
Nobody "fears" discussing linux. It is just that no sane person
will "discuss" anything with a lying imbecile like you
It's best to ignore the snit. Shut down the circus before it even
has time to unload the trucks.
Peter the Klöwm keeps telling us that he hates Snit and that he
doesn't want him here but insists on replying to every one of the
guy's messages.
So even the Snit arselicker Slimeball does not believe that the lying
imbecile hasn't *again* used a new handle to disguise himself. Does not
work, naturally
Snit Michael Glasser is much to transparent to have a snowballs chance in
hell to successfully pretend that this "new" guy "Marty Parlor" is everyone
but the lunatic liar himself
Everyone is Snit.

Hahahahahaha.

The gag Peter Köhlmann cannot get past.
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* OS X / Linux: What is a file? http://youtu.be/_dMbXGLW9PI
* Mint MATE Trash, Panel, Menu: http://youtu.be/C0y74FIf7uE
* Mint KDE working with folders: http://youtu.be/7C9nvniOoE0
* Mint KDE creating files: http://youtu.be/N7-fZJaJUv8
* Mint KDE help: http://youtu.be/3ikizUd3sa8
* Mint KDE general navigation: http://youtu.be/t9y14yZtQuI
* Mint KDE bugs or Easter eggs? http://youtu.be/CU-whJQvtfA
* Easy on OS X / Hard on Linux: http://youtu.be/D3BPWANQoIk
* OS / Word Processor Comparison: http://youtu.be/w6Qcl-w7s5c
Peter Köhlmann
2015-11-27 18:18:31 UTC
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@dont-
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Marly Parlor wrote this copyrighted missive and
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a
useful screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can
point me to a
Linux
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
screencasting application that is a professional as
ScreenFlow or Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux
has no decent ScreeFlow applications and when I ask you for
examples of the Linux offerings you offer up the lame
excuse that it's been covered already.
Poor imbecile Snit Michael Glasser
So you can't offer a Linux solution either.
I can. I will not tell you, Snit Michael Glasser
Post by Snit
Tell me, why do you fear discussing Linux vs other operating
systems as specified by the group's charter?
Nobody "fears" discussing linux. It is just that no sane person
will "discuss" anything with a lying imbecile like you
It's best to ignore the snit. Shut down the circus before it even
has time to unload the trucks.
Peter the Klöwm keeps telling us that he hates Snit and that he
doesn't want him here but insists on replying to every one of the
guy's messages.
So even the Snit arselicker Slimeball does not believe that the lying
imbecile hasn't *again* used a new handle to disguise himself. Does not
work, naturally
Snit Michael Glasser is much to transparent to have a snowballs chance in
hell to successfully pretend that this "new" guy "Marty Parlor" is
everyone but the lunatic liar himself
Everyone is Snit.
Idiot
Post by Snit
Hahahahahaha.
Do you actually believe that someone is buying your bullshit?
Post by Snit
The gag Peter Köhlmann cannot get past.
It is not a "gag". You are the only person claiming that "everyone is Snit"

You are a lying imbecile with a lot of socks. Thats all.
Snit
2015-11-27 18:28:25 UTC
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Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Snit
Post by Peter Köhlmann
So even the Snit arselicker Slimeball does not believe that the lying
imbecile hasn't *again* used a new handle to disguise himself. Does not
work, naturally
Snit Michael Glasser is much to transparent to have a snowballs chance in
hell to successfully pretend that this "new" guy "Marty Parlor" is
everyone but the lunatic liar himself
Everyone is Snit.
Idiot
Post by Snit
Hahahahahaha.
Do you actually believe that someone is buying your bullshit?
Post by Snit
The gag Peter Köhlmann cannot get past.
It is not a "gag". You are the only person claiming that "everyone is Snit"
You are a lying imbecile with a lot of socks. Thats all.
Hint: pushing your idiotic gag and then denying it does not help your case.
:)
--
* OS X / Linux: What is a file? http://youtu.be/_dMbXGLW9PI
* Mint MATE Trash, Panel, Menu: http://youtu.be/C0y74FIf7uE
* Mint KDE working with folders: http://youtu.be/7C9nvniOoE0
* Mint KDE creating files: http://youtu.be/N7-fZJaJUv8
* Mint KDE help: http://youtu.be/3ikizUd3sa8
* Mint KDE general navigation: http://youtu.be/t9y14yZtQuI
* Mint KDE bugs or Easter eggs? http://youtu.be/CU-whJQvtfA
* Easy on OS X / Hard on Linux: http://youtu.be/D3BPWANQoIk
* OS / Word Processor Comparison: http://youtu.be/w6Qcl-w7s5c
Slimer
2015-11-27 15:38:24 UTC
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@dont-
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Marly Parlor wrote this copyrighted missive and
Post by Marly Parlor
Marly Parlor wrote this copyrighted missive and
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even
have a useful screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can
point me to a
Linux
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Marly Parlor
screencasting application that is a professional
as ScreenFlow or Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that
Linux has no decent ScreeFlow applications and when I
ask you for examples of the Linux offerings you offer
up the lame excuse that it's been covered already.
Poor imbecile Snit Michael Glasser
So you can't offer a Linux solution either.
I can. I will not tell you, Snit Michael Glasser
Tell me, why do you fear discussing Linux vs other
operating systems as specified by the group's charter?
Nobody "fears" discussing linux. It is just that no sane
person will "discuss" anything with a lying imbecile like
you
It's best to ignore the snit. Shut down the circus before it
even has time to unload the trucks.
Peter the Klöwm keeps telling us that he hates Snit and that he
doesn't want him here but insists on replying to every one of
the guy's messages.
So even the Snit arselicker Slimeball does not believe that the
lying imbecile hasn't *again* used a new handle to disguise
himself. Does not work, naturally
Dude, I agree with you that it's most likely yet another sock. I do
indeed find the appearance of such individuals very coincidental and
suspect. It's happened so often that it would be hard to ignore.
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Snit Michael Glasser is much to transparent to have a snowballs
chance in hell to successfully pretend that this "new" guy "Marty
Parlor" is everyone but the lunatic liar himself
Pretty much.

- --
Slimer
EFF & OpenMedia member / IFAW & PETA supporter
Wretched Stallman says: "Only YOU can prevent Snit's leftist, atheist
propaganda machine."

"I am clearly quite ethical / moral." - Snit, lying shamelessly,
November 24th, 2015
<D27A422F.6521B%***@gallopinginsanity.com>
Snit
2015-11-27 15:43:17 UTC
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On 11/27/15, 8:38 AM, in article n39t8v$7t6$***@dont-email.me, "Slimer"
<***@nsn.s> wrote:

...
Post by Slimer
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Slimer
Peter the Klöwm keeps telling us that he hates Snit and that he
doesn't want him here but insists on replying to every one of
the guy's messages.
So even the Snit arselicker Slimeball does not believe that the
lying imbecile hasn't *again* used a new handle to disguise
himself. Does not work, naturally
Dude, I agree with you that it's most likely yet another sock. I do
indeed find the appearance of such individuals very coincidental and
suspect. It's happened so often that it would be hard to ignore.
Of course it is someone's sock and someone trying to pretend to be me. But
it is not me.

But Peter has his "everyone is Snit" gag. Yawn. He cannot get over how funny
he thinks it is.
Post by Slimer
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Snit Michael Glasser is much to transparent to have a snowballs
chance in hell to successfully pretend that this "new" guy "Marty
Parlor" is everyone but the lunatic liar himself
Pretty much.
Not me. But as with Sandman and his claim that he made an unsupported
accusation so I have the obligation to prove myself innocent, others in COLA
are at that same level of irrationality.

Of course, the sock is most likely Nobody. His style very much. But that is
not proof and I shall not pretend it is.
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Snit
2015-11-27 15:41:02 UTC
Permalink
On 11/27/15, 6:53 AM, in article n39n4t$euj$***@dont-email.me, "Peter
Köhlmann" <peter-***@t-online.de> wrote:

...
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Marly Parlor
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux has no decent
ScreeFlow applications and when I ask you for examples of the Linux
offerings you offer up the lame excuse that it's been covered already.
Poor imbecile Snit Michael Glasser
So you can't offer a Linux solution either.
I can. I will not tell you, Snit Michael Glasser
One: Your "everyone is Snit" gag is not as funny as you think.

Two: You cannot. Period. You tried and failed horribly.

---------------------------------------------------------------

Snit:
-----
Excellent screencasting software, similar to ScreenFlow. And
example of something I find key to its use:
http://youtu.be/To4v70huwAU What OSS tool on desktop Linux
has anything even close?
-----
Peter Köhlmann:
-----
There are several more. Look up "Istanbul" for example or
"Byzanz", or "Cankiri" The list can grow quite a bit, but
these are the most used ones
-----
No program Peter pointed to does the task shown in the video. Peter
never found *any* way on desktop Linux.

Message-ID: jkpf9p$545$***@dont-email.me
<http://goo.gl/cLC0Mo>

---------------------------------------------------------------

Peter Köhlmann:
-----
In fact, there are at least 3 programs for screencasting which do
either without exception *all* he "needs" or can do it combined
with others
-----
| You have spoken of three programs.
No, I have not. Your incredibly bad reading comprehension is
rearing its ugly head again,
-----
Both of those quotes come from the same day and the same thread and were
stated in that order. In another thread on a previous day Peter gave the
names of three screen recording programs: Istanbul, Byzanz, and Cankiri.
None of those, nor any set of programs, has ever been shown to do what Peter
claims can be done on Linux.

Message-ID: l9scpl$fig$***@dont-email.me
<http://goo.gl/Q85TGT>
Message-ID: l9spoa$5qn$***@dont-email.me
<http://goo.gl/o6vJcb>
Message-ID: jkpf9p$545$***@dont-email.me
<http://goo.gl/cLC0Mo>

---------------------------------------------------------------
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Marly Parlor
Tell me, why do you fear
discussing Linux vs other operating systems as specified by the group's
charter?
Nobody "fears" discussing linux. It is just that no sane person will
"discuss" anything with a lying imbecile like you
You claim not to fear speaking of it, but you will not with anyone because
you can insult them instead.

You are AMAZINGLY insecure. Just amazingly so.
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2015-11-27 15:44:08 UTC
Permalink
Post by Snit
@dont-
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to a
Linux
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
screencasting application that is a professional as ScreenFlow or
Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux has no decent
ScreeFlow applications and when I ask you for examples of the Linux
offerings you offer up the lame excuse that it's been covered already.
Poor imbecile Snit Michael Glasser
So you can't offer a Linux solution either. Tell me, why do you fear
discussing Linux vs other operating systems as specified by the group's
charter?
Peter fears it because when he tries, on ANY topic, he makes a fool of
himself. On screencasting:

---------------------------------------------------------------

Snit:
-----
Excellent screencasting software, similar to ScreenFlow. And
example of something I find key to its use:
http://youtu.be/To4v70huwAU What OSS tool on desktop Linux
has anything even close?
-----
Peter Köhlmann:
-----
There are several more. Look up "Istanbul" for example or
"Byzanz", or "Cankiri" The list can grow quite a bit, but
these are the most used ones
-----
No program Peter pointed to does the task shown in the video. Peter
never found *any* way on desktop Linux.

Message-ID: jkpf9p$545$***@dont-email.me
<http://goo.gl/cLC0Mo>

---------------------------------------------------------------

Peter Köhlmann:
-----
In fact, there are at least 3 programs for screencasting which do
either without exception *all* he "needs" or can do it combined
with others
-----
| You have spoken of three programs.
No, I have not. Your incredibly bad reading comprehension is
rearing its ugly head again,
-----
Both of those quotes come from the same day and the same thread and were
stated in that order. In another thread on a previous day Peter gave the
names of three screen recording programs: Istanbul, Byzanz, and Cankiri.
None of those, nor any set of programs, has ever been shown to do what Peter
claims can be done on Linux.

Message-ID: l9scpl$fig$***@dont-email.me
<http://goo.gl/Q85TGT>
Message-ID: l9spoa$5qn$***@dont-email.me
<http://goo.gl/o6vJcb>
Message-ID: jkpf9p$545$***@dont-email.me
<http://goo.gl/cLC0Mo>

---------------------------------------------------------------
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Snit
2015-11-27 15:43:40 UTC
Permalink
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to a Linux
screencasting application that is a professional as ScreenFlow or
Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux has no decent
ScreeFlow applications and when I ask you for examples of the Linux
offerings you offer up the lame excuse that it's been covered already.
Poor imbecile Snit Michael Glasser
Everyone is Snit. HAHAHAHAHAHA.

Wow. You are so funny, Peter!
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chrisv
2015-11-30 14:24:48 UTC
Permalink
*thread plonk*
Slimer
2015-11-30 14:47:26 UTC
Permalink
Post by chrisv
*thread plonk*
You're a REAL MAN condomresiduev.


- --
Slimer
EFF & OpenMedia member / IFAW & PETA supporter
Wretched Stallman says: "Only YOU can prevent Snit's leftist, atheist
propaganda machine."

"I am clearly quite ethical / moral." - Snit, lying shamelessly,
November 24th, 2015
<D27A422F.6521B%***@gallopinginsanity.com>
-hh
2015-11-30 18:15:05 UTC
Permalink
Post by chrisv
...
*thread plonk*
Well, that puts a definitive answer to the question as to just
who the biggest turkey was: it was the OP!


-hh
Slimer
2015-11-27 13:50:52 UTC
Permalink
Post by Marly Parlor
Marly Parlor wrote this copyrighted missive and expects
Post by Marly Parlor
Marly Parlor wrote this copyrighted missive and expects
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to
a Linux screencasting application that is a professional as
ScreenFlow or Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux has no
decent ScreeFlow applications and when I ask you for examples of
the Linux offerings you offer up the lame excuse that it's been
covered already.
Seems to me that it is you who are the bullshitter because if you
could offer a Linux alternative, you would have instead of dodging
the question with a lame reply.
Don't let the door hit you in the arse on your way out.
Chris AssStorm is the worst liar in here. For years, he's been trying
to convince us that he's not gay (despite seeing dicks wherever he
looks) and that his "wife" is a woman (even though he admits that she
is stronger than most guys in here). I wouldn't take any of what he
says with more than a grain of salt.


- --
Slimer
EFF & OpenMedia member / IFAW & PETA supporter
Wretched Stallman says: "Only YOU can prevent Snit's leftist, atheist
propaganda machine."

"I am clearly quite ethical / moral." - Snit, lying shamelessly,
November 24th, 2015
<D27A422F.6521B%***@gallopinginsanity.com>
Snit
2015-11-27 15:44:47 UTC
Permalink
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to a Linux
screencasting application that is a professional as ScreenFlow or
Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux has no decent
ScreeFlow applications
ScreenFlow applications? I think you mean screencasting.
Post by Marly Parlor
and when I ask you for examples of the Linux
offerings you offer up the lame excuse that it's been covered already.
Seems to me that it is you who are the bullshitter because if you could
offer a Linux alternative, you would have instead of dodging the question
with a lame reply.
Don't let the door hit you in the arse on your way out.
He has tried - and failed - to offer Linux alternatives in this area.

---------------------------------------------------------------

Snit:
-----
Excellent screencasting software, similar to ScreenFlow. And
example of something I find key to its use:
http://youtu.be/To4v70huwAU What OSS tool on desktop Linux
has anything even close?
-----
Peter Köhlmann:
-----
There are several more. Look up "Istanbul" for example or
"Byzanz", or "Cankiri" The list can grow quite a bit, but
these are the most used ones
-----
No program Peter pointed to does the task shown in the video. Peter
never found *any* way on desktop Linux.

Message-ID: jkpf9p$545$***@dont-email.me
<http://goo.gl/cLC0Mo>

---------------------------------------------------------------

Peter Köhlmann:
-----
In fact, there are at least 3 programs for screencasting which do
either without exception *all* he "needs" or can do it combined
with others
-----
| You have spoken of three programs.
No, I have not. Your incredibly bad reading comprehension is
rearing its ugly head again,
-----
Both of those quotes come from the same day and the same thread and were
stated in that order. In another thread on a previous day Peter gave the
names of three screen recording programs: Istanbul, Byzanz, and Cankiri.
None of those, nor any set of programs, has ever been shown to do what Peter
claims can be done on Linux.

Message-ID: l9scpl$fig$***@dont-email.me
<http://goo.gl/Q85TGT>
Message-ID: l9spoa$5qn$***@dont-email.me
<http://goo.gl/o6vJcb>
Message-ID: jkpf9p$545$***@dont-email.me
<http://goo.gl/cLC0Mo>

---------------------------------------------------------------
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Marly Parlor
2015-11-27 16:16:47 UTC
Permalink
Post by Snit
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to a
Linux screencasting application that is a professional as
ScreenFlow or Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux has no
decent ScreeFlow applications
ScreenFlow applications? I think you mean screencasting.
Actually I meant to say 'ScreenFlow like' applications. ScreenFlow is my
favorite screencasting / recording application.

I've tried several of the Linux offerings and they are unstable, lacking
in features and just horrible in comparison. I was hoping Linux had
improved it's stable of applications since the last time I tried Linux
but I suppose at least for screencasting Linux is still not an option.
Snit
2015-11-27 16:31:45 UTC
Permalink
On 11/27/15, 9:16 AM, in article n39vle$h0t$***@dont-email.me, "Marly Parlor"
<***@teachers.org> wrote:

...
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Snit
Post by Marly Parlor
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux has no
decent ScreeFlow applications
ScreenFlow applications? I think you mean screencasting.
Actually I meant to say 'ScreenFlow like' applications. ScreenFlow is my
favorite screencasting / recording application.
Fair enough. Mine, too. Curious: what features do you find invaluable with
it?
Post by Marly Parlor
I've tried several of the Linux offerings and they are unstable, lacking
in features and just horrible in comparison.
Linux has plenty of screenrecorders - some of them quite decent.
Post by Marly Parlor
I was hoping Linux had
improved it's stable of applications since the last time I tried Linux
but I suppose at least for screencasting Linux is still not an option.
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Marly Parlor
2015-11-27 16:58:03 UTC
Permalink
Post by Snit
...
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Snit
Post by Marly Parlor
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux has no
decent ScreeFlow applications
ScreenFlow applications? I think you mean screencasting.
Actually I meant to say 'ScreenFlow like' applications. ScreenFlow is
my favorite screencasting / recording application.
Fair enough. Mine, too. Curious: what features do you find invaluable
with it?
Being able to publish directly to social media, youtube and such directly
from the application. Also I like the batch export feature which allows
me to apply my settings to multiple files.
The editor is intuitive and powerful enough for me where I don't need
external programs. I can also easily export my files to targeted device
platforms and they will look good. So for example the iPad or
smartphones. This saves time for me.
Post by Snit
Post by Marly Parlor
I've tried several of the Linux offerings and they are unstable,
lacking in features and just horrible in comparison.
Linux has plenty of screenrecorders - some of them quite decent.
They are horrible. At least the ones I tried. Biggest piece of junk was
Istanbul. I couldn't even keep it running as it would crash or hang
constantly. That was under Ubuntu.

Linux users seem to have very low standards when it comes to their choice
of applications. What good is a solid operating system when the
applications software is so awful? This does not make sense to me.
Snit
2015-11-27 17:13:06 UTC
Permalink
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Snit
...
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Snit
Post by Marly Parlor
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux has no
decent ScreeFlow applications
ScreenFlow applications? I think you mean screencasting.
Actually I meant to say 'ScreenFlow like' applications. ScreenFlow is
my favorite screencasting / recording application.
Fair enough. Mine, too. Curious: what features do you find invaluable
with it?
Being able to publish directly to social media, youtube and such directly
from the application.
That is good - though I think there are some Linux programs that allow for
that, too. Would have to check. Know some allow for at least YouTube (such
as Screencast-O-Matic <http://www.screencast-o-matic.com/>. It is based on
Java... which may not be ideal. Have not used it much.
Post by Marly Parlor
Also I like the batch export feature which allows
me to apply my settings to multiple files.
I do not use that often but I know it was a much requested feature. I
thought I recalled some Linux program having this but with a quick search do
not know which one.
Post by Marly Parlor
The editor is intuitive and powerful enough for me where I don't need
external programs. I can also easily export my files to targeted device
platforms and they will look good. So for example the iPad or
smartphones. This saves time for me.
What type screencasting do you do? Any examples? For what you describe Linux
might be able to serve your needs. Not saying you should move to it, or even
that it would work the same or even as well, but it might be *possible*
without going through massive hoops. At worst you might have to record in
one program and then do some editing in another. Not that big of a deal to
me (though it depends on the particulars of what you do).

For me there is a lot I do where there simply is no non-absurd way to do it
on Linux. Being able to show / hide / replace / resize the cursor in
post-production is a very powerful tool. Same thing with showing / hiding
keystrokes (though ScreenFlow does have some quirks with this). These are
things which are simply not possible in any Linux tool, at least that I know
of or anyone in COLA has been able to show (esp. the mouse tools).

I also use the "snapping" to window edges. You can sorta fake this on other
video editors, but it would be much more cumbersome and prone to errors.
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Snit
Post by Marly Parlor
I've tried several of the Linux offerings and they are unstable,
lacking in features and just horrible in comparison.
Linux has plenty of screenrecorders - some of them quite decent.
They are horrible. At least the ones I tried. Biggest piece of junk was
Istanbul. I couldn't even keep it running as it would crash or hang
constantly. That was under Ubuntu.
I have used it some and it seemed to work - but that was under a VM and the
video card is made to be a very simple one. Might make a difference.
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux users seem to have very low standards when it comes to their choice
of applications. What good is a solid operating system when the
applications software is so awful? This does not make sense to me.
This is a big issue for desktop Linux. They simply lack much (if any)
compelling software which does also run on the competition or have a similar
piece of software that works better on the competition.
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Slimer
2015-11-27 16:47:33 UTC
Permalink
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Snit
Post by Marly Parlor
Marly Parlor wrote this copyrighted missive and expects
Post by Marly Parlor
Marly Parlor wrote this copyrighted missive and expects
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a
useful screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me
to a Linux screencasting application that is a professional
as ScreenFlow or Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux has
no decent ScreeFlow applications
ScreenFlow applications? I think you mean screencasting.
Actually I meant to say 'ScreenFlow like' applications. ScreenFlow
is my favorite screencasting / recording application.
I've tried several of the Linux offerings and they are unstable,
lacking in features and just horrible in comparison. I was hoping
Linux had improved it's stable of applications since the last time
I tried Linux but I suppose at least for screencasting Linux is
still not an option.
It's not, Muhammad Al-Snit Prescott Terrorist Guy. You need to stick
to OS X.


- --
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EFF & OpenMedia member / IFAW & PETA supporter
Wretched Stallman says: "Only YOU can prevent Snit's leftist, atheist
propaganda machine."

"I am clearly quite ethical / moral." - Snit, lying shamelessly,
November 24th, 2015
<D27A422F.6521B%***@gallopinginsanity.com>
Dr. John Grubor
2015-11-28 03:15:33 UTC
Permalink
Post by Marly Parlor
Actually
A sock imitating Snit, who has his own drawer full of socks. Amusing.
Chris Ahlstrom
2015-11-27 16:28:08 UTC
Permalink
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to a Linux
screencasting application that is a professional as ScreenFlow or
Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux has no decent
ScreeFlow applications and when I ask you for examples of the Linux
offerings you offer up the lame excuse that it's been covered already.
Seems to me that it is you who are the bullshitter because if you could
offer a Linux alternative, you would have instead of dodging the question
with a lame reply.
Sorry Charlie. I don't dance for trolls anymore.
--
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A: You do all of the work and the fat guy in the suit
gets all the credit.
Marly Parlor
2015-11-27 16:32:21 UTC
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Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to a
Linux screencasting application that is a professional as
ScreenFlow or Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux has no
decent ScreeFlow applications and when I ask you for examples of the
Linux offerings you offer up the lame excuse that it's been covered
already.
Seems to me that it is you who are the bullshitter because if you
could offer a Linux alternative, you would have instead of dodging
the question with a lame reply.
Sorry Charlie. I don't dance for trolls anymore.
Then next time when you know you are completely wrong, you might want to
consider keeping your big mouth shut rather than making a fool of
yourself.
Slimer
2015-11-27 16:59:42 UTC
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Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Marly Parlor wrote this copyrighted missive and expects
Post by Marly Parlor
Marly Parlor wrote this copyrighted missive and expects
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a
useful screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me
to a Linux screencasting application that is a professional
as ScreenFlow or Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux has no
decent ScreeFlow applications and when I ask you for examples of
the Linux offerings you offer up the lame excuse that it's been
covered already.
Seems to me that it is you who are the bullshitter because if you
could offer a Linux alternative, you would have instead of
dodging the question with a lame reply.
Sorry Charlie. I don't dance for trolls anymore.
You only do it for other men, naked.


- --
Slimer
EFF & OpenMedia member / IFAW & PETA supporter
Wretched Stallman says: "Only YOU can prevent Snit's leftist, atheist
propaganda machine."

"I am clearly quite ethical / moral." - Snit, lying shamelessly,
November 24th, 2015
<D27A422F.6521B%***@gallopinginsanity.com>
Edward Stansfield
2015-11-27 17:02:16 UTC
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Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Marly Parlor wrote this copyrighted missive and expects
Post by Marly Parlor
Marly Parlor wrote this copyrighted missive and expects
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a
useful screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me
to a Linux screencasting application that is a professional
as ScreenFlow or Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
So you call me a bullshitter for pointing out that Linux has no
decent ScreeFlow applications and when I ask you for examples of
the Linux offerings you offer up the lame excuse that it's been
covered already.
Seems to me that it is you who are the bullshitter because if you
could offer a Linux alternative, you would have instead of
dodging the question with a lame reply.
Sorry Charlie. I don't dance for trolls anymore.
You only do it for other men, naked.
Using Linux has rotted his brain.
--
Edward Stansfield

"I am clearly quite ethical / moral." - Snit, lying shamelessly,
November 24th, 2015
<D27A422F.6521B%***@gallopinginsanity.com>
ronb
2015-11-27 14:17:44 UTC
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Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to a Linux
screencasting application that is a professional as ScreenFlow or
Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
Yeah because most people buy a computer specifically for "screencasting."
Except, of course, for the 99.9% of us who don't even know what the hell
that is and don't care enough to find out.

Isn't that the way of these "snits?" Come up with some niche application
that almost no one gives a rat's ass about -- and drone on about how
Linux doesn't use a couple commercial applications for that particular
niche market. And that -- supposedly -- makes the vastly more secure,
easier to maintain and install Linux somehow inferior to the Malware
Magnet Hobbyware Betaware WinCrap or the Toy OS from Cupertino.

Color me unconvinced.
--
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Slimer
2015-11-27 14:23:15 UTC
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Post by ronb
Marly Parlor wrote this copyrighted missive and expects
Post by Marly Parlor
Marly Parlor wrote this copyrighted missive and expects
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to
a Linux screencasting application that is a professional as
ScreenFlow or Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
Yeah because most people buy a computer specifically for
"screencasting."
ROFL. I almost returned my first IBM PC in 1991 because it didn't have
a screencasting app!
Post by ronb
Except, of course, for the 99.9% of us who don't even know what the
hell that is and don't care enough to find out.
+1
Post by ronb
Isn't that the way of these "snits?" Come up with some niche
application that almost no one gives a rat's ass about -- and drone
on about how Linux doesn't use a couple commercial applications for
that particular niche market. And that -- supposedly -- makes the
vastly more secure, easier to maintain and install Linux somehow
inferior to the Malware Magnet Hobbyware Betaware WinCrap or the
Toy OS from Cupertino.
Windows is better than Linux, there's no doubt in my mind. You guys
are free to love it and use it but lying about how useful and easy it
is wastes everyone's time because we can all read through that
bullshit claim.


- --
Slimer
EFF & OpenMedia member / IFAW & PETA supporter
Wretched Stallman says: "Only YOU can prevent Snit's leftist, atheist
propaganda machine."

"I am clearly quite ethical / moral." - Snit, lying shamelessly,
November 24th, 2015
<D27A422F.6521B%***@gallopinginsanity.com>
Snit
2015-11-27 15:37:26 UTC
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Post by ronb
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to a Linux
screencasting application that is a professional as ScreenFlow or
Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
Yeah because most people buy a computer specifically for "screencasting."
What? They buy computers to be general purpose computing devices.
Screencasting is ONE task they MIGHT do. But there are hundreds if not
thousands of things they can do. Screencasting is ONE example.
Post by ronb
Except, of course, for the 99.9% of us who don't even know what the hell
that is and don't care enough to find out.
At least you admit you do not even know what it is... you have no idea what
you are talking about. Fine.

So why not pick some areas where you think desktop Linux handles tasks
better than the competition? Why not show it - no need for fancy
screencasting, just some simple screen recordings.
Post by ronb
Isn't that the way of these "snits?" Come up with some niche application
that almost no one gives a rat's ass about -- and drone on about how
Linux doesn't use a couple commercial applications for that particular
niche market.
The point is pretty much any segment can be used. Screencasting. Image
editing. Quilting software. Word processing. Spreadsheets. Presentations.
Email. Working with PDFs. On and on and on. For the general user (and for
experts) Linux is behind on each of these.

Where do you think desktop Linux is compelling - other than price and
command line?
Post by ronb
And that -- supposedly -- makes the vastly more secure, easier to maintain and
install Linux somehow inferior to the Malware Magnet Hobbyware Betaware
WinCrap or the Toy OS from Cupertino.
Color me unconvinced.
As you noted, you are ignorant... you do not know what the hell you are
talking about.
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Chris Ahlstrom
2015-11-27 16:31:34 UTC
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Post by ronb
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to a Linux
screencasting application that is a professional as ScreenFlow or
Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
Yeah because most people buy a computer specifically for "screencasting."
Except, of course, for the 99.9% of us who don't even know what the hell
that is and don't care enough to find out.
Isn't that the way of these "snits?" Come up with some niche application
that almost no one gives a rat's ass about -- and drone on about how
Linux doesn't use a couple commercial applications for that particular
niche market.
Actually, Linux has the screencasting niche covered pretty well.
A little stroll around YouTube to see people explaining the use of
Linux applications would set that goober straight.

But this guy is simply a nymshifting troll, and he saw the app's
name a few weeks ago, and is playing dumb to get the circus going all over
again.

Let him whine.
--
Are you making all this up as you go along?
Snit
2015-11-27 17:54:36 UTC
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Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by ronb
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Marly Parlor
Linux is the biggest turkey. It doesn't even have a useful
screencasting application.
Bullshit, "Snit".
I shall be glad to retract my statement if you can point me to a Linux
screencasting application that is a professional as ScreenFlow or
Camtasia.
http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
It's already been covered.
Too bad you missed it.
Thanks for playing.
Yeah because most people buy a computer specifically for "screencasting."
Except, of course, for the 99.9% of us who don't even know what the hell
that is and don't care enough to find out.
Isn't that the way of these "snits?" Come up with some niche application
that almost no one gives a rat's ass about -- and drone on about how
Linux doesn't use a couple commercial applications for that particular
niche market.
Actually, Linux has the screencasting niche covered pretty well.
A little stroll around YouTube to see people explaining the use of
Linux applications would set that goober straight.
It does basic screen recording well enough. But it has no real screencasting
apps.
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
But this guy is simply a nymshifting troll, and he saw the app's
name a few weeks ago, and is playing dumb to get the circus going all over
again.
Let him whine.
Why don't we instead look at actual tools and what we do? Make real-world
comparisons. I would welcome that... and actual discussion about the
technology. I will use ScreenFlow and other tools on OS X, you use whatever
tools you want on Linux. Let's see how they compare.
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* Mint MATE Trash, Panel, Menu: http://youtu.be/C0y74FIf7uE
* Mint KDE working with folders: http://youtu.be/7C9nvniOoE0
* Mint KDE creating files: http://youtu.be/N7-fZJaJUv8
* Mint KDE help: http://youtu.be/3ikizUd3sa8
* Mint KDE general navigation: http://youtu.be/t9y14yZtQuI
* Mint KDE bugs or Easter eggs? http://youtu.be/CU-whJQvtfA
* Easy on OS X / Hard on Linux: http://youtu.be/D3BPWANQoIk
* OS / Word Processor Comparison: http://youtu.be/w6Qcl-w7s5c
Chris Ahlstrom
2015-11-27 18:05:51 UTC
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Post by Chris Ahlstrom
But this guy is simply a nymshifting troll, and he saw the app's
name a few weeks ago, and is playing dumb to get the circus going all over
again.
Let him whine.
I see he continues to whine :-)
--
Q: What do you call the scratches that you get when a female
sheep bites you?
A: Ewe nicks.
ronb
2015-11-28 01:19:13 UTC
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Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Actually, Linux has the screencasting niche covered pretty well.
A little stroll around YouTube to see people explaining the use of Linux
applications would set that goober straight.
But this guy is simply a nymshifting troll, and he saw the app's name a
few weeks ago, and is playing dumb to get the circus going all over
again.
Let him whine.
Okay. If the troll is not THE "Snit" is A "snit." I actually looked up
screencasting and saw that there are several applications available in
the Linux Mint / Ubuntu repository. Since I have zero interest in making
trolling anti-Linux videos (which seems to be "Snit's" obsession), I
really didn't check into any of these.
--
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Snit
2015-11-28 01:26:42 UTC
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Post by ronb
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Actually, Linux has the screencasting niche covered pretty well.
A little stroll around YouTube to see people explaining the use of Linux
applications would set that goober straight.
But this guy is simply a nymshifting troll, and he saw the app's name a
few weeks ago, and is playing dumb to get the circus going all over
again.
Let him whine.
Okay. If the troll is not THE "Snit" is A "snit."
Everyone is Snit. HAHAHAHAHAHAH
Post by ronb
I actually looked up screencasting and saw that there are several applications
available in the Linux Mint / Ubuntu repository. Since I have zero interest in
making trolling anti-Linux videos (which seems to be "Snit's" obsession), I
really didn't check into any of these.
In other words you know nothing of the topic but will pretend Linux is
competitive here as you spew insults and attacks to try to make yourself
feel better. OK.
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* Mint MATE Trash, Panel, Menu: http://youtu.be/C0y74FIf7uE
* Mint KDE working with folders: http://youtu.be/7C9nvniOoE0
* Mint KDE creating files: http://youtu.be/N7-fZJaJUv8
* Mint KDE help: http://youtu.be/3ikizUd3sa8
* Mint KDE general navigation: http://youtu.be/t9y14yZtQuI
* Mint KDE bugs or Easter eggs? http://youtu.be/CU-whJQvtfA
* Easy on OS X / Hard on Linux: http://youtu.be/D3BPWANQoIk
* OS / Word Processor Comparison: http://youtu.be/w6Qcl-w7s5c
Edward Stansfield
2015-11-28 14:45:53 UTC
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Post by ronb
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Actually, Linux has the screencasting niche covered pretty well.
A little stroll around YouTube to see people explaining the use of Linux
applications would set that goober straight.
But this guy is simply a nymshifting troll, and he saw the app's name a
few weeks ago, and is playing dumb to get the circus going all over
again.
Let him whine.
Okay. If the troll is not THE "Snit" is A "snit." I actually looked up
screencasting and saw that there are several applications available in
the Linux Mint / Ubuntu repository. Since I have zero interest in making
trolling anti-Linux videos (which seems to be "Snit's" obsession), I
really didn't check into any of these.
You underestimate the popularity of screen casting programs. How do you
think many of the Youtube how to videos are made?

The Linux variety are usable but to put it mildly can't even scratch the
surface of what the OSX programs can accomplish.
However for someone looking to create a "YouBoob" video, they are fine and
probably overkill in fact much like gimp is no Photoshop but fine for the
majority of people.

If someone needs the features of a certain program so badly, they should
use that program and run the operating system that supports that particular
program.
Simple as that.

Not that it matters because when snit is involved he will pick one minor
feature that is important to him and whine incessantly about that feature
while ignoring other features that might be more useful to most users and
are present in both programs. And he will build an entire 12 ring circus
around that argument.
--
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"I am clearly quite ethical / moral." - Snit, lying shamelessly,
November 24th, 2015
<D27A422F.6521B%***@gallopinginsanity.com>
vallor
2015-11-30 20:18:33 UTC
Permalink
Post by ronb
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Actually, Linux has the screencasting niche covered pretty well.
A little stroll around YouTube to see people explaining the use of
Linux applications would set that goober straight.
But this guy is simply a nymshifting troll, and he saw the app's name a
few weeks ago, and is playing dumb to get the circus going all over
again.
Let him whine.
Okay. If the troll is not THE "Snit" is A "snit." I actually looked up
screencasting and saw that there are several applications available in
the Linux Mint / Ubuntu repository. Since I have zero interest in making
trolling anti-Linux videos (which seems to be "Snit's" obsession), I
really didn't check into any of these.
I use OBS to stream games to Twitch from Linux. It also records for
editing just fine.

https://obsproject.com/download#linux

They just added a bunch of filters, such as chroma key and color key, so
one can have facecam overlays instead of just a rectangular facecam.

(Cue here, lame troll and troll-masquerader bitching about features that
I don't care about. Fine, you don't like Linux? Go away. Just...go
away.)
--
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Kernel:4.3.0-sd Desktop:Xfce 4.12.2 Distro:Linux Mint 17.2 Rafaela
ronb
2015-11-30 23:09:06 UTC
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Post by vallor
(Cue here, lame troll and troll-masquerader bitching about features that
I don't care about. Fine, you don't like Linux? Go away. Just...go
away.)
Exactly.
--
Zero tolerance for WinDrones and iCultists
chrisv
2015-11-25 20:34:56 UTC
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Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by chrisv
Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?
Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal
computing.
I can't decide whether to nominate Window's entire "security" model,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WoW64
It's amazing that the kludge known as WinDOS works as well as it does,
really.
--
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commensurate net profits." - lying asshole "-hh"
Edward Stansfield
2015-11-25 20:36:26 UTC
Permalink
Post by chrisv
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by chrisv
Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?
Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal
computing.
I can't decide whether to nominate Window's entire "security" model,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WoW64
It's amazing that the kludge known as WinDOS works as well as it does,
really.
Especially seeing as *you* wouldn't be able to post to usenet without it.
X-Newsreader: Forte Agent 1.91/32.564
--
Edward Stansfield

"I am clearly quite ethical / moral." - Snit, lying shamelessly,
November 24th, 2015
<D27A422F.6521B%***@gallopinginsanity.com>
DFS
2015-11-25 21:27:59 UTC
Permalink
Post by chrisv
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by chrisv
Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?
Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal
computing.
I can't decide whether to nominate Window's entire "security" model,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WoW64
It's amazing that the kludge known as WinDOS works as well as it does,
really.
It's only "known as WinDOS" by a tiny group of Linux idiots and
hypocrites. Like you, turd.


* "Win7 Home Premium OEM is available for $100 online... My daughter
runs it" (Apr 2010)

* "I buy a lot of Windows PC's to use as test stations, and I've been
buying refurbished XP machines and have no plans to change."
(Jan 2011)

* "Windows is the right choice for my daughter" (Apr 2012)

* X-Newsreader: Forte Agent 1.91/32.564 or 1.92/32.572 (Windows only)
Snit
2015-11-25 21:37:03 UTC
Permalink
Post by chrisv
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by chrisv
Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?
Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal
computing.
I can't decide whether to nominate Window's entire "security" model,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WoW64
It's amazing that the kludge known as WinDOS works as well as it does,
really.
There is no product with that name.
--
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* Mint MATE Trash, Panel, Menu:

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* Mint KDE creating files:

* Mint KDE help:

* Mint KDE general navigation:

* Mint KDE bugs or Easter eggs?

* Easy on OS X / Hard on Linux:

* OS / Word Processor Comparison:

Slimer
2015-11-25 22:08:36 UTC
Permalink
Post by chrisv
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by chrisv
Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?
Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal
computing.
I can't decide whether to nominate Window's entire "security" model,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WoW64
It's amazing that the kludge known as WinDOS works as well as it does,
really.
Better than Linux, condomresiduev.
--
Slimer
EFF & OpenMedia member / IFAW & PETA supporter
Wretched Stallman says: "Only YOU can prevent Snit's leftist, atheist
propaganda machine."

"I am clearly quite ethical / moral." - Snit, lying shamelessly,
November 24th, 2015
<D27A422F.6521B%***@gallopinginsanity.com>
GreyCloud
2015-11-26 22:34:22 UTC
Permalink
Post by Slimer
Post by chrisv
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by chrisv
Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?
Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal
computing.
I can't decide whether to nominate Window's entire "security" model,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WoW64
It's amazing that the kludge known as WinDOS works as well as it does,
really.
Better than Linux, condomresiduev.
Speaking of Turkey... I saw a cartoon of Putin saying "Boys, it looks like
Turkey is on the menu again."
Slimer
2015-11-26 23:51:29 UTC
Permalink
Post by GreyCloud
Post by Slimer
Post by chrisv
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by chrisv
Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?
Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal
computing.
I can't decide whether to nominate Window's entire "security" model,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WoW64
It's amazing that the kludge known as WinDOS works as well as it does,
really.
Better than Linux, condomresiduev.
Speaking of Turkey... I saw a cartoon of Putin saying "Boys, it looks like
Turkey is on the menu again."
It looks like it's about time to take back Constantinople and slaughter
anyone who gets in the way.
--
Slimer
EFF & OpenMedia member / IFAW & PETA supporter
Wretched Stallman says: "Only YOU can prevent Snit's leftist, atheist
propaganda machine."

"I am clearly quite ethical / moral." - Snit, lying shamelessly,
November 24th, 2015
<D27A422F.6521B%***@gallopinginsanity.com>
GreyCloud
2015-11-27 21:35:23 UTC
Permalink
Post by Slimer
Post by GreyCloud
Post by Slimer
Post by chrisv
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by chrisv
Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?
Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal
computing.
I can't decide whether to nominate Window's entire "security" model,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WoW64
It's amazing that the kludge known as WinDOS works as well as it does,
really.
Better than Linux, condomresiduev.
Speaking of Turkey... I saw a cartoon of Putin saying "Boys, it looks
like Turkey is on the menu again."
It looks like it's about time to take back Constantinople and slaughter
anyone who gets in the way.
A source has reported that Putin has ordered the killing of Erdogan and his
family and to also tear apart Turkeys economy and fight proxy wars with
Turkey using the Kurds. Things are getting more tense. Most people are
saying "Destroy that shit hole".
Eventually it will end up in the news, of course very twisted with lies.
Desk Rabbit
2015-11-26 09:38:34 UTC
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Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by chrisv
Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?
Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal
computing.
I can't decide whether to nominate Window's entire "security" model,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WoW64
It's amazing that the kludge known as WinDOS works as well as it does,
really.
Yet the completely free and given away for nothing so called superior
Desktop Linux has in many years made absolutely no inroads into
replacing Desktop Windows.

And even more amazing that as you with one hand wank off over Linux, on
a daily basis you use Windows to post to this news group via the Windows
only Forte Agent 1.91/32.564
Peter Köhlmann
2015-11-26 09:57:16 UTC
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Post by Desk Rabbit
Post by chrisv
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by chrisv
Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?
Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal
computing.
I can't decide whether to nominate Window's entire "security" model,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WoW64
It's amazing that the kludge known as WinDOS works as well as it does,
really.
Yet the completely free and given away for nothing so called superior
Desktop Linux has in many years made absolutely no inroads into
replacing Desktop Windows.
And now you bullshitting cretin will tell us which stores sell linux
machines side by side with the windows ones.

Face it: There are a lot of people out there who don't want to install any
OS. They would think that they are unable to. And most of them are a lot
smarter than you are
Desk Rabbit
2015-11-26 13:19:56 UTC
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Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Desk Rabbit
Post by chrisv
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by chrisv
Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?
Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal
computing.
I can't decide whether to nominate Window's entire "security" model,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WoW64
It's amazing that the kludge known as WinDOS works as well as it does,
really.
Yet the completely free and given away for nothing so called superior
Desktop Linux has in many years made absolutely no inroads into
replacing Desktop Windows.
And now you bullshitting cretin will tell us which stores sell linux
machines side by side with the windows ones.
Dell sell Desktop Linux laptops via their web store. The same laptops
are also available with Windows desktop.

Windows: http://www.dell.com/uk/p/inspiron-15-3552-laptop/pd?ref=PD_OC
Linux:
http://www.dell.com/uk/business/p/inspiron-15-3552-laptop-ubuntu/pd?oc=bn55203&model_id=inspiron-15-3552-laptop-ubuntu&ref=ubuntu-LP

HP also sell the same hardware with Linux or Windows. They were having
another shot at shifting the hardware again this year.
http://www.computing.co.uk/ctg/news/2406747/hp-has-another-go-at-low-cost-linux-laptops

Now bend over like the Klown you are and present your arse for yet
another kicking.
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Face it: There are a lot of people out there who don't want to install any
OS. They would think that they are unable to. And most of them are a lot
smarter than you are
Most of them are clearly smarter than you, that's for sure. For the vast
majority of PC users, installing an OS is completely beyond them, it's a
tool they use to do work and earn money. The numbers of people like this
are on a par with the number of people who could and would want to fit a
different engine in their car.
Chris Ahlstrom
2015-11-26 11:38:26 UTC
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Post by chrisv
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by chrisv
Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?
Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal
computing.
I can't decide whether to nominate Window's entire "security" model,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WoW64
It's amazing that the kludge known as WinDOS works as well as it does,
really.
Well, you have to give David Cutler some credit for that.
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ronb
2015-11-26 19:43:11 UTC
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Post by chrisv
Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?
Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal computing.
It's hard to choose. They're all so worthy of the honor.
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Slimer
2015-11-26 22:07:29 UTC
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Post by chrisv
Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?
Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal computing.
It's hard to choose. They're all so worthy of the honor.
I can't help but wonder what condomresiduev considers to be so
problematic with certain of those technologies. Bob was stupid, but it
was released at a time when Microsoft wasn't sure whether people would
find Windows 95 intuitive or not. After all, Windows 3.1 seemed to
confuse even the smartest individuals and the interface's overhaul with
Windows 95 was the result of a psychologist being brought around to make
the experience as simple as possible for people. It tended to succeed as
most Linux desktops are STILL (poorly) imitating its GUI.

Clippy was also idiotic, but Microsoft was concerned with helping people
get things done. Once again, this was a time when most people have never
touched a computer and weren't aware that they could find help for all
of their questions in the top menu. It annoyed professionals, but casual
users with no understanding of computing tended to rely on its help.

Zune was ahead of its time and those who owned it knew very well that it
was superior to what Apple was offering. The way it shared music and
playlists, in particular, was something that made it stand out. Of
course, it was very poorly marketed and didn't have a store with as much
presence as iTunes so it was bound to fail. If something of the sort
were released today and cell phones WEREN'T capable media machines, it
would likely be different since a decent media store is bundled with
Windows 10.

Microsoft Kin was also poorly marketed and not capable enough to draw
attention away from the iPhone.

However, Windows 8 was actually quite good for anyone who bothered to
look under the hood. Idiots who are only concerned by the very surface
of a product disliked it, but they're superficial twats who know nothing
anyway. Once a user got to the desktop, the experience was superior to
what Windows 7 provided.

I wonder in what way Passport was bad, same with Live. I

As for Windows RT, the ONLY thing which made it bad was the lack of
useful software for it. The operating system itself was/is more secure
than both iOS and Android. Its only drawback is its inability to go to
the desktop which is only an issue because, as mentioned earlier,
Microsoft never bothered to create software such as Microsoft Office for
the RT interface.
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Snit
2015-11-26 22:25:03 UTC
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Post by ronb
Post by chrisv
Bob?
Clippy?
Zune?
Kin?
Windows 8?
Passport?
Live?
Windows RT?
Pick the biggest turkey, from the company that is *so much better*
than *everyone else* that they *deserve* to dominate personal computing.
It's hard to choose. They're all so worthy of the honor.
I can't help but wonder what condomresiduev considers to be so
problematic with certain of those technologies. Bob was stupid, but it
was released at a time when Microsoft wasn't sure whether people would
find Windows 95 intuitive or not. After all, Windows 3.1 seemed to
confuse even the smartest individuals and the interface's overhaul with
Windows 95 was the result of a psychologist being brought around to make
the experience as simple as possible for people.
And copying much of Mac OS. :)
Post by Slimer
It tended to succeed as most Linux desktops are STILL (poorly) imitating its
GUI.
The modern GUI is based largely on what Apple did, which was based on what
Xerox did. Still, Apple added a LOT to the experience - things we take for
granted now:

* Double clicking
* Trash can (or the like)
* Graying out inactive items
* Full file system in GUI (as icons)
* GUI based hierarchical folder structure
* Meta-data associations with icons
* Self-redrawing windows (and double buffering)
* X to close a window (OK, this is from NeXT)

All seems so intuitive now, but it was not done before Apple as far as I
know.
Post by Slimer
Clippy was also idiotic, but Microsoft was concerned with helping people
get things done.
What is even worse is as they were getting rid of Clippy others at MS were
pushing the Search Dog. One hand did not know what the other was doing!
Post by Slimer
Once again, this was a time when most people have never touched a computer and
weren't aware that they could find help for all of their questions in the top
menu. It annoyed professionals, but casual users with no understanding of
computing tended to rely on its help.
Even they got annoyed with it quickly.
Post by Slimer
Zune was ahead of its time and those who owned it knew very well that it was
superior to what Apple was offering. The way it shared music and playlists, in
particular, was something that made it stand out. Of course, it was very
poorly marketed and didn't have a store with as much presence as iTunes so it
was bound to fail.
Apple might not have had the best piece of each part of the ecosystem but
they had the best overall ecosystem.
Post by Slimer
If something of the sort were released today and cell phones WEREN'T capable
media machines, it would likely be different since a decent media store is
bundled with Windows 10.
Microsoft Kin was also poorly marketed and not capable enough to draw
attention away from the iPhone.
However, Windows 8 was actually quite good for anyone who bothered to
look under the hood. Idiots who are only concerned by the very surface
of a product disliked it, but they're superficial twats who know nothing
anyway. Once a user got to the desktop, the experience was superior to
what Windows 7 provided.
Once you added Classic Menu to it, maybe. :)
Post by Slimer
I wonder in what way Passport was bad, same with Live. I
As for Windows RT, the ONLY thing which made it bad was the lack of
useful software for it. The operating system itself was/is more secure
than both iOS and Android. Its only drawback is its inability to go to
the desktop which is only an issue because, as mentioned earlier,
Microsoft never bothered to create software such as Microsoft Office for
the RT interface.
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