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I've always liked the Windows joke, and would be said to see it go.
That being said, I understand that you don't necessarily want to
insult and alienate an entire user group. I'd support having a
little jab at the environment that Forge is running in at start-up.
It gives it a bit of a character.<br>
However, I do understand if it's something that needs to be killed
On 07/24/2012 02:58 PM, Lincoln Baxter, III wrote:
type="cite">Hey everyone... we've recently gotten some critical
feedback about our little "Windows? Really? Ok..." joke.<br>
What are your thoughts? Perhaps we could make this a little less
targeted by turning it into more of a pluggable feature, where
different messages show up randomly based on runtime conditions?<br>
Like sometimes it might say, "Just 32 bits?" or "Sun still makes
Java?" or "Linux... nice... does your family know?" or "OSX? What
is a lion, anyway?"<br>
Would like to hear ideas. But I certainly don't want to give up
the character :)<br clear="all">
Lincoln Baxter, III<br>
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"Simpler is better."<br>
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