|[Web] German Interview with Elena||ANN.lu|
|German Interview with Elena : Comment 1 of 8||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Christophe Decanini on 19-May-2004 15:09 GMT|
|"We will thank Helena for this great interview."|
Elena, not Helena.
She looks to be against the standards and I like it: i'm pretty much this way :)
After all, MorphOS is the alternative for AmigaOS which is an Alternative for MACOS which is an alternative of Windows. How much more alternative can you be ? ;)
However I beg to differ for GCC and free software good for the market. GCC is required for some important project where we have no alternative (even more when using C++). As for free software they are required in a good mix with commercial software. If there was only free software it would not be good for the market (To have a market there is a need to have commercial applications with appropriate documentation, support, dealers etc, free software has some serious support limitation for end users products (as seen with some linux free aplications)).
|German Interview with Elena : Comment 2 of 8||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Kjetil on 19-May-2004 15:37 GMT|
|German Interview with Elena : Comment 3 of 8||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Michal on 19-May-2004 21:39 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 2 (Kjetil):|
AmigaWorld.org is done by Paul and me. I hope that you like it.
|German Interview with Elena : Comment 4 of 8||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Anonymous on 21-May-2004 11:03 GMT|
|I think it's shit.|
|German Interview with Elena : Comment 5 of 8||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Bobson on 21-May-2004 12:13 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 3 (Michal):|
I wont be as rude as the person above - but, IMHO your interviews always contain a lot of irrelevent questions - and personal ones at that.
What relevance is there in your questions pertaining to her being a female? Also why ask her questions about her love life? You need to tighten things up, asking questions which matter.
|German Interview with Elena : Comment 6 of 8||ANN.lu|
|Posted by cecilia on 21-May-2004 15:03 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 5 (Bobson):|
well, as someone who WAS asked these questions, let me say i was not offended. and, let's face it, persons of the female gender are unfortunately not as common in this arena as I think they should be.
So, we have to address this issue one way or the other. I tried to be intelligent about it and I hope i succeeded.
plus, when one is female and in this situation, she had better learn to handle this. You can't live in the real world and be made of glass.
|German Interview with Elena : Comment 7 of 8||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Darth_X on 22-May-2004 03:41 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 6 (cecilia):|
Which type of computer platform do you think has a better chance of attracting women? A unique new system like the Pegasos or a retro system like OS4/A1?
|German Interview with Elena : Comment 8 of 8||ANN.lu|
|Posted by cecilia on 22-May-2004 14:15 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 7 (Darth_X):|
> A unique new system like the Pegasos or a retro system like OS4/A1?
the characterizations are yours, not mine. fortunately, i can think for myself and don't fall for such silly nonsense.
a computer is a tool. i treat it like i would my oils, my, airbrush, my colored pencils, etc.
as only the pegasos is available for actual hands-on touching, it's impossible to say which one would "prefer".
but once OS4 is out, then I could say how i like it and how it feels to me.
i'd bet that I could still get OS4 to be more productive that those who like to spend time trashing others, however.
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