• QJo (unregistered)

    Given the date that this is supposed to happen, how are we to believe you?

  • dkf (cs)

    We'll just have to watch out for the links in the survey results, in case they're special Remy links…

  • VinDuv (cs)

    You forgot to put blinking text in this survey reminder. (Granted, it does not seem to work anymore on most modern browsers)

  • Aaron (unregistered)
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  • Met (unregistered)

    I don't get this one. Can someone explain the Real WTF?

  • mikeTheLiar (cs) in reply to VinDuv
    VinDuv:
    You forgot to put blinking text in this survey reminder. (Granted, it does not seem to work anymore on most modern browsers)
    Relevant.
  • DocBrown (cs)

    Oops. I answered the survey and only then it dawned on me I have a userstyle for TDWTF to improve readability. Had it for ages, forgot how the site actually looks.

  • dbomb123 (cs) in reply to Met
  • dbomb123 (cs) in reply to Met
    Met:
    I don't get this one. Can someone explain the Real WTF?

    The real WTF is this question:

    If TDWTF had a more mobile-friendly design, would your response to How do you primarily browse TDWTF change?

    There is no 'How do you primarily browse TDWTF' on the survey.

  • chubertdev (cs)

    Allow registered users to post links, but not anonymous users. Release the wrath of Akismet only on the people that don't register.

  • Norman Diamond (unregistered) in reply to chubertdev
    chubertdev:
    Allow registered users to post links, but not anonymous users. Release the wrath of Akismet only on the people that don't register.
    It wouldn't matter. Links to sites selling stolen credit cards are posted by registered users.
  • chubertdev (cs) in reply to Norman Diamond
    Norman Diamond:
    chubertdev:
    Allow registered users to post links, but not anonymous users. Release the wrath of Akismet only on the people that don't register.
    It wouldn't matter. Links to sites selling stolen credit cards are posted by registered users.

    And they're not stopped by Akismet. Only people posting helpful links are.

  • Captain Oblivious (unregistered) in reply to dbomb123
    dbomb123:
    Met:
    I don't get this one. Can someone explain the Real WTF?

    The real WTF is this question:

    If TDWTF had a more mobile-friendly design, would your response to How do you primarily browse TDWTF change?

    There is no 'How do you primarily browse TDWTF' on the survey.

    So? It's okay to use economic principles like Pareto efficiency in surveying. They're asking you: would your habits change if we did X. They can deduce what you want from your response.

  • Hannes (unregistered) in reply to Captain Oblivious
    Captain Oblivious:
    dbomb123:
    Met:
    I don't get this one. Can someone explain the Real WTF?

    The real WTF is this question:

    If TDWTF had a more mobile-friendly design, would your response to How do you primarily browse TDWTF change?

    There is no 'How do you primarily browse TDWTF' on the survey.

    So? It's okay to use economic principles like Pareto efficiency in surveying. They're asking you: would your habits change if we did X. They can deduce what you want from your response.

    Also, there's the question "You read articles using:". I was under the impression the question "Would that change if we made the side more mobile friendly" referred to just that.

  • Steve The Cynic (cs)

    Some WTFs in the survey...

    Question 1: I'm tempted to say that I've been reading TDWTF for as long as I can remember, but I can't find any articles written before the Epoch. I have odd snatches of memories of things that happened when I was three or four, that is, that happened in 1969 or 1970. There certainly isn't a choice for "about five years"...

    Question 2: "I catch up ever few weeks". I think you mean "every few weeks".

    The other questions seemed not so bad.

  • Sir Robin-The-Not-So-Brave (unregistered)

    Why is the gender a binary choice?

  • ANON (unregistered)

    Why are there no tales from an interview stories anymore if they were rated so high?

  • Nagesh (cs) in reply to Sir Robin-The-Not-So-Brave
    Sir Robin-The-Not-So-Brave:
    Why is the gender a binary choice?

    What other gender are you thinking of having? We are developer who like to think in binary.

  • bryan986 (cs)

    But there are no "I'd rather kill myself" options this time!

  • Anonypony (unregistered) in reply to Sir Robin-The-Not-So-Brave
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  • potato (unregistered)

    TRDWTF: The years of experience question has no option for >= 1 years && < 2 years

    CAPTCHA: verto - sometimes my pen is verto, sometimes horizonto

  • Erwin Schrödinger (unregistered) in reply to Anonypony
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  • chubertdev (cs)

    Almost forgot: for the love of all things holy, please get rid of the Reply button. It's by far the most useless part of the site.

  • Norman Diamond (unregistered) in reply to chubertdev

    I agree. And you can quote me on that.

  • Neil (unregistered) in reply to mikeTheLiar
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  • chubertdev (cs)

    Silent ban. When that 12 year old kid comments about how the admins suck, have the filter catch his f-bombs and show his comment only to his IP. All comments from that IP on that post for all time, and other posts for 24 hours, are only visible to that IP.

  • petrified wood indonesia (unregistered)

    wow!!

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