User talk:Juxo/Chat Gallery/28.08.2004 with TimStarling
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Internally it's just implemented as $wgUserTablePrefix, but that's not catchy and aliterative. -- Tim Starling 18:34, 30 Aug 2004 (EEST)
- It would be nice if APIs always reflected GUIs, but there are too many morons coding both to make that reliable. Call it the same thing as you do on the user's screen, i.e. single login, using that word/phrase "login" or "log in" consistently, and there will be no confusion about what you mean or what features are being implied.
- You can name something as soon as you get off your fat arse and code something. Until then, quit your whinging. -- Tim Starling 10:45, 31 Aug 2004 (EEST)
- Seconds! --Juxo 10:46, 31 Aug 2004 (EEST)
- Coders do not make ontology choices in any reasonable project. There is no chance that this can lead to anything but disaster. Which anyone who has done any data warehouse work knows from firsthand pain. It's the user interface designers that actually make the choices about what things are called, in a reasonable project, and the management accounting categories, e.g. styles of capital, that determine the deeper categorization systems.
- You're not going to listen to me but you expect me to listen to you? Why should I do that? -- Tim Starling 07:50, 1 Sep 2004 (EEST)
- ROFLMAO -- Tim Starling 03:00, 2 Sep 2004 (EEST)
- assume you mean Refusing the Obvious For Life, Making Australia 'Orrific?
Ils sont mignons tous les deux ;-) ant (editors translation: They are nice both)