Hi, you all clever guys,
I don't think this list is meant for naming or humiliating any others --
not people, nor programs, nor anything -- that behavior rather works
like boomerang and shows the quality level of these naming and blaming.
I am eagerly looking forward to the day when a seriously made and
officially published SWOT analyses -- all costs included -- will give as
result that is to LibO's favor compared with commercial suites like MSO.
That is a very healthy process for every kind of decision making both
for companies and privates.
If MSO is a 90% market leader all its users cannot be complete idiots.
The very simple fact is: LibO has to become better in a SWOT analysis!
Idealism is a good power if correctly focused -- extremism never.
On 30.9.2012 23:17, Jay Lozier wrote:
On 09/30/2012 03:31 PM, Wolfgang Keller wrote:
Just had a classic from my boss.
He still says there is no problem with IE.
The point is not that there are plenty of hopelessly IT-illiterate
morons out there, the point is imho that it's exactly these
IT-illiterate morons who "decide" about what those people who have to do
the actual work have to "work" with.
+1, In the US they are called "Pointy Haired Boss" of PHB
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