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17:52:04  <virmitio>Weekly Conf Call 10:30 PDT (40 mins from now) Connect w/Lync Attendee http://j.mp/KP0Zht to http://j.mp/MsWUKA Join Anytime
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18:02:30  <ender|>i like how j.mp redirects to t.co which then redirects to the final url :)
18:03:56  <FearTheCowboy>LOL
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18:32:16  <FearTheCowboy>auroraeosrose -> gonna join us?
18:32:19  <virmitio>Weekly Conf Call 10:30 PDT (RIGHT NOW) Connect w/Lync Attendee http://j.mp/KP0Zht to http://j.mp/MsWUKA Join Anytime
18:33:56  <auroraeosrose>yeah, was on another call (sigh)
19:28:01  <auroraeosrose>so mean
19:28:08  <auroraeosrose>*giggles*
19:28:14  * virmitioblinks
19:28:26  <virmitio>now why are you giggling?
19:28:45  <auroraeosrose>cause I'm slap happy from documenting, formatting, and adding error checking (omg) to this crap code - don't mind me
19:29:15  <virmitio>ah
19:29:43  <virmitio>yeah, I suggest you avoid looking at my code for a while
19:30:02  * auroraeosrosewhimpers
19:30:08  <auroraeosrose>I'm a perfectionist yes
19:30:23  <auroraeosrose>I like to be able to go back and change my code without blowing up the system
19:30:26  <virmitio>you'd probably get along well with my wife
19:30:47  <virmitio>which is a scary thought now that I actually think about it
19:31:13  <auroraeosrose>LOL
19:32:36  <auroraeosrose>also pet peeve
19:32:44  <auroraeosrose>including 3 million headers that are never used
19:32:46  * auroraeosrosesighs
19:33:13  <virmitio>I can understand that
19:33:45  <auroraeosrose>grumpedy me
19:34:14  <virmitio>after all, 3 million spare headers is a bit excessive. I'd expect one could get by just fine with only a half-dozen unnecessary headers per source file
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19:34:42  <auroraeosrose>NULL may also be returned by a successful call to malloc() with a size of zero, or by a successful call to calloc() with nmemb or size equal to zero - but but.... why would you do that?
19:35:52  <virmitio>alright, I'm going to grab lunch before I can forget again
19:36:44  <auroraeosrose>hehe
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21:21:54  <ender`><auroraeosrose> NULL may also be returned by a successful call to malloc() with a size of zero, or by a successful call to calloc() with nmemb or size equal to zero - but but.... why would you do that? <- some people just like to see the world burn :)
21:22:12  <auroraeosrose>ender LOLOLOL
21:22:14  <virmitio>it's so pretty!
21:22:27  <auroraeosrose>yeah, well I've spent today fighting "oh, and if this fails you didn't check - segfault"
21:22:32  <auroraeosrose>it made me thing of the cutting edge
21:22:34  <auroraeosrose>"toepick"
21:22:38  <auroraeosrose>I felt like that girl
21:22:44  <auroraeosrose>oh look, I segfaulted it again
21:22:46  <auroraeosrose>"toepick"
21:23:17  <ender`>yay, freshly reinstalled Windows 7 + a few essential things, and there's 450MB of updates
21:23:40  <auroraeosrose>you have obviously not done a recent ubuntu or apple
21:23:44  <auroraeosrose>install lion
21:23:53  <auroraeosrose>oh - you have three reboots and a crapload of updates
21:23:54  <auroraeosrose>hurray!
21:23:58  <auroraeosrose>new ubuntu
21:24:03  <ender`>i should really slipstream the updates since SP1 to my install image
21:24:07  <auroraeosrose>yup
21:24:21  <ender`><auroraeosrose> oh - you have three reboots and a crapload of updates <- that sounds like Windows 8
21:24:43  <auroraeosrose>EXACTLY!
21:24:45  <virmitio>I wish I could just call 'rehash' after running win updates
21:24:53  <ender`>IIRC you have to reboot 3 times to get all updates, and each time it's 200-400MB
21:27:21  <ender`>i do like that to do a clean OEM install you just need the MSDN ISO
21:28:00  <ender`>no need to enter any key, and no need to prepare any certificates on the media beforehand
21:48:44  <ender`>btw, did anybody check out the new (old) pricing of Windows 8? :)
21:58:30  <virmitio>nope. should we?
21:59:56  <ender|>only if you want a laugh
22:00:10  <virmitio>oh?
22:00:32  <virmitio>do I need to sell both legs and a kidney?
22:00:59  <ender|>it's an order of magnitude change
22:02:59  <ender|>i actually wonder why they bother selling the upgrade at all, when the new licensing apparently allows you to install the cheaper DSP version on any machine (even if it becomes tied to that machine afterwards)
22:06:00  <ender`>there's only 1 thing that seriously bothers me in Windows 8: centered text in titlebars
22:06:10  <virmitio>lol
22:07:54  <ender`>i've got screen on my linux servers set up to put hostname:screen-number [username] in the titlebar, and it was really easy to quickly check before where i am, as the information was always in the same place. now not so much
22:09:46  <ender`>(similarly, my file manager puts the progress percentage at the beginning of the title text, and i could arrange several windows so that just the number was visible ... not anymore)
22:10:04  <virmitio>fair
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