• Frist (unregistered)


  • bvs23bkv33 (unregistered)


  • Marek (unregistered)


  • Simon Clarkstone (unregistered) in reply to Marek

    Or "₦ULL" for that matter.

  • my name is missing (unregistered)

    Friday at TDWTF is always WishYouHadQA day.

  • Pedant (unregistered)

    3000 sounds like a reasonable discount.

  • Carl Witthoft (google)

    Timothy should quit whining. Obviously his discount code is just whitespace.

  • David Green (unregistered)

    What's a hot desk?

  • Pierre Lebeaupin (unregistered)

    I'm sure that Timothy forgot to scratch the protective layer under which the voucher code is located.

  • Benjamin (unregistered) in reply to David Green

    And how hot, exactly, do you have to be to sit there?

  • (nodebb)

    It is not only the name field that is broken with that airport swipepad. The maker should "Please Tar Again" and "Tar" to get it right this time.

  • (nodebb) in reply to CoyneTheDup

    obxkcd: https://xkcd.com/1168/

  • X (unregistered) in reply to CoyneTheDup

    It says Tap. Not tar.

  • I dunno LOL ¯\(°_o)/¯ (unregistered) in reply to CoyneTheDup

    Better get your eyes checked, it says "Tap", in that wonderfully crappy 5x7 font with no descenders, because they were too cheap to get a display module with an eighth row of pixels. That lowercase "g" bothers me more. I could accept this back in the 1980s, but it's total bullshit now.

  • IP Guru (unregistered)

    TRWTF is contact less payment, "Hey lets do away with all authentication & security!" The person who came up with that Idea should have been sacked on the spot for gross incompetence

  • RLB (unregistered) in reply to IP Guru

    You don't understand, IP Guru. It's good for the banks. That's all that matters.

  • Paul Neumann (unregistered)

    @Joe P -- Tap that %ss @Timothy -- It's a scratch card. Did you try scratching it?

  • (nodebb) in reply to I dunno LOL ¯\(°_o)/¯

    I plead, "The Case of the Inconvenient Reflection," which hides the bottom part of the p. I could have sworn that was an r. Should have zoomed more I guess.

  • Jerry Kindall (unregistered) in reply to David Green

    Hot desking is where you don't have an assigned desk when you get to work, but rather take whatever desk is available. The button on the phone is to log in so the system knows what physical phone corresponds to your extension.

  • CW (unregistered)

    Was Joel B speaking too fast?

  • gpguser (unregistered)

    So exactly where is the WTF on distributing the cryptographic signature of a so release? PGP signature blocks are base64 encoded. See the asc on the extension? That means signature.

  • (nodebb) in reply to gpguser

    @gpguser, look more carefully at what language Michael J's browser thinks that block of base64 is in.

    @Jerry Kindall, oh I get it. So you take the desk, but you have to be careful when you try to fence it because it's hot. Don't want the fuzz to put you in the big house.

  • Mike Hodson (google)

    When a license violation event occurs, it is set at a particular level and the escalation process begins. Most events begin at the "Warning" level and, if left unresolved, escalate in severity as follows:

    Day 1-2 — Warning Level

    Day 2-7 — Minor Level

    Day 7-14 — Major level

    Day 14-36 — Critical level

    Day 36 — System Lock level (in limited circumstances)

    As an event escalates in severity, the system components respond are impacted in a variety of ways. Initially, when the event is at the "Warning" level, notification is limited to the maintenance log and the ESM interface. When the event progresses to the "Critical" level, notification is extended to the Group Administration Tool, Desktop Tool, and telephone displays.

    If the violation wasn't fixed, his handset is pretty useless by now.

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