Re: Webex and Skype
Bring back Program Manager!!!!
17 posts • joined 22 Jan 2019
WebEx has the worst audio of Zoom, JoinMe, Teams, etc. It is like listening to the Charlie Brown teacher underwater during a storm.
WebEx's screen sharing is dismal.
If you have multiple Firefox windows open, WebEx doesn't allow you to share just one window. You have to share all of them.
This is especially annoying if you have multiple monitors, with different browser windows on each. The only workaround is to share a single monitor, which immediately causes issues when you try to switch to a different app that happens to be on the same monitor -- it is shared as well.
The only reason why I use WebEx is because my client demands it. I'd rather eat dirt, honestly.
> Write a stored procedure that gets executed every week to check for expiry and email or report to the concerned persons.
Who are these "concerned persons"?
What happens when they leave the company and no one knows to update the stored procedure [sic] with the new email address?
> This is where a government body should step in and ensure customers aren't being screwed.
So NOW you want Big Daddy to come save you, huh?
Before it was all, "Keep the government out of my life" but when you're faced with the possibility of being screwed by the free market you scream for the sweet embrace of protectionism.
That way leads to enslavement, pal. You have to Take Matters Into Your Own hands and set up your own ICANN (ICANT?).
> I’ll expect to see a breakdown of cost, so that I know I’m getting good value.
$44.50 - Executive Bonus and compensation
$05.00 - Advertising
$01.00 - Overhead (website, secretary, office facilities)
$00.45 - Lobbyist kickback
$00.05 - Processing charges
$60.00 / year
> They're doing it to be able to sustain it's development...you need be severely retarded to not understand it.
"It is development" what?
You need to be severely retarded to not understand it (is).
> In spite of brexit? Is this tripe still being pushed?
Uh huh. When Hard Brexit comes, how much will trade slow down now that every lorry will need to be inspected for proper paperwork?
How long before The Troubles 2.0 start?
How long before the situation in Gibraltar requires a response?
> I'd guess the chain of "logic" the developer(s) would have gone something like this
> "Almost no one knows what these are, so on one will look for them and beside, they are on the end users [sic] machine"
The chain of "logic" more likely went something like this:
Developer: I'll need three weeks to fully implement this
Manager: Do it in one! Marketing is saying we need to launch before next week.
Developer: But it will leave certain parts dangerously vuln--
Manager: Quit arguing and get back to work. We release in a week.
> "WordPress performs no CSRF [Cross-Site Request Forgery] validation when a user posts a new comment. This is because some WordPress features such as trackbacks and pingbacks would break if there was any validation"
Um, Trackbacks and Pingbacks have been broken for over 10 years, ever since script kiddies figured out it was an easy way to Spam and DDOS.
Anyone that admins a Wordpress site that has TB/PB enabled shouldn't own a computer let alone admin a Wordpress install.
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