On Mon, 28 Jul 2014, Charles-H. Schulz wrote:
Le 27.07.2014 23:46, Urmas a écrit :
On this list people call LibreOffice "LO". We -sorry to take on my
founder's hat here- never called LibreOffice LO.
Right, you have fixed all the bugs, got a functional parity with
Microsoft Word 2.0, and have a chance to bitch about the acronym.
Absolutely, I do have that chance. Only an absolute moron who hides
his or her own name behind pseudos like you to insult people can
think that a software can have all of its bugs fixed. As for the
feature parity with Word 2.0, we have obviously passed that stage
before OpenOffice.org 1.0; and if it was so easy, if it is that
easy, why don't you go start your own office suite and leave
everyone else alone? What pleasure do you take out of insulting
people? Are you that much of a pervert, are you that much lonely and
screwed up that you can spend that much time around here bitching
against the software and the people around it? How about looking for
a solution to your own problems, to the very fact that you are in
such pain and misery that you use a pseudo to go around and insult
people online? Your life must be a terrible experience and you have
better to do than lingering around here, so STFU.
gentlemen, I suggest this discussion be taken off-list where you can
pursue it much more effectively.
How can I miss you if you won't go away?
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