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Comments for Internationale Perspektive https://perspektive89.com Tue, 02 Mar 2010 15:34:52 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.1.1 Comment on Ostern in Italien – heißt für mich vor allem Schokolade, Schokolade, Schokolade und essen, essen, essen! by Pasquale https://perspektive89.com/ostern-in-italien-heist-fur-mich-vor-allem-schokolade-schokolade-schokolade-und-essen-essen-essen/#comment-169 Tue, 02 Mar 2010 15:34:52 +0000 http://wp.perspektive89.com/blog/ostern-in-italien-heist-fur-mich-vor-allem-schokolade-schokolade-schokolade-und-essen-essen-essen/#comment-169 Ich habe gerade diesen gute
Ich habe gerade diesen gute Artikel gelesen und freue mich schon auf unser italienische Osterfest.

Wer verzweifelt nach diesen bekannten grossen Schokolade-Ostereiern oder Osterkuchen sucht, kann bei http://www.nadia.de eine bestellen (ist sonst schwer zu beschaffen oder aufwendig zu machen).

Ciao!

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Comment on Der Karneval von Cienfuegos by Anonymous https://perspektive89.com/der-karneval-von-cienfuegos/#comment-168 Wed, 17 Feb 2010 15:01:43 +0000 http://wp.perspektive89.com/blog/der-karneval-von-cienfuegos/#comment-168 Cienfuegos ciudad
1829 wurde der Ort nach dem spanischen Generalgouverneur José Cienfuegos benannt. Da hat Camilo (nicht Camillo) Cienfuegos noch lange nicht gelebt.
Liebe Grüße

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Comment on Australische Nationalnarrative: Die Eureka Stockade by Mario Behling https://perspektive89.com/australische-nationalnarrative-die-eureka-stockade/#comment-167 Sun, 22 Mar 2009 16:41:23 +0000 http://wp.perspektive89.com/blog/australische-nationalnarrative-die-eureka-stockade/#comment-167 Zahlen und Daten sind oft Interpretationen
In der Geschichtsschreibung ist es oft schwierig Zahlen und Daten genau nachzuvollziehen. Ich finde es nicht verwunderlich, dass du andere Daten gefunden hast. Das gibt es oft. Anstatt von falsch oder richtig zu reden, wuerde ich das an deiner Stelle ein bisschen abschwaechen. Die Zahlen koennen in beiden Quellen eine Interpretation sein. Du kannst das auch heutzutage sehen. Schau dir z.B. die Angaben zur Teilnehmerzahl von Demonstrationen an – da geben Polizei und Organisation in der Regel auch stark auseinanderliegende Zahlen an. Auch zu Jahreszahlen finden sich in verschiedenen Buechern oft verschiedene Angaben. Haette Flo dein Buch zur Verfuegung gehabt, haette er sicher gesagt ¨verschiedenen Quellen geben die und jenes an¨.

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Comment on Australische Nationalnarrative: Die Eureka Stockade by Anonymous https://perspektive89.com/australische-nationalnarrative-die-eureka-stockade/#comment-166 Sun, 15 Mar 2009 20:36:34 +0000 http://wp.perspektive89.com/blog/australische-nationalnarrative-die-eureka-stockade/#comment-166 Zahlen und Daten falsch
sorry, aber schon nach dem lesen von dem ersten satz im “Historischen Kern”, dass im jahr 1853 in australien gold gefunden wurde, habe ich die lust verloren, weiter zu lesen. Ist doch ein total falsches datum. Wenn schon dann 18.5.1851!!! da wurde es offiziell zugegeben, dass Gold vorhanden war.
Wie bist Du auf die Zahl gekommen, dass sich 200 “Bergleute” verschanzt hatten? Meiner Information zugrunde waren es mindestens 1000 digger, die da rebellierten!
Auch zu den Zahlen der Todesopfer habe ich andere Zahlen!
Sorry, netter Versuch, aber was ist da mit den Zahlen passiert?
Gruß, Kat

Meine Grundlage ist Inglis, Kenneth: The Australian Colonists, S. 191-211, sollte das alles da so falsch sein?

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Comment on Schlesisches Tor, Döner & Pizza an der Ecke, “Runde Mini-Pizza ab 1,- Euro” by Anonymous https://perspektive89.com/image/schlesisches-tor-doner-pizza-an-der-ecke-runde-mini-pizza-ab-1-euro/#comment-165 Sun, 01 Mar 2009 02:27:00 +0000 http://wp.perspektive89.com/image/schlesisches-tor-doner-pizza-an-der-ecke-runde-mini-pizza-ab-1-euro/#comment-165 just great
thats the greatest pizza i have ever had. Oh my goosdness!!!!!!!!!!For sure!!!! I love it!!!!!!

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Comment on Als Dozent an der Universität Herat by GASP MAN https://perspektive89.com/als-dozent-an-der-universitat-herat/#comment-164 Tue, 20 Jan 2009 00:45:16 +0000 http://wp.perspektive89.com/blog/als-dozent-an-der-universitat-herat/#comment-164 Suche Kontaktadresse
Man sieht sich immer 2 Mal im Leben – oder – alle guten Dinge sind drei!

Hier ist Marcel aus deinem Vortrag vorhin. Ich habe sofort nach deinem Blog gesucht, damit ich es nicht vergesse, denn man trifft nicht jeden Tag einen Afghanen an der Universität :D. Es war mir eine Ehre!

Allerdings vermisse ich hier im Blog, wonach ich eigentlich suchte, nämlich eine Kontaktadresse für den Fall des Falles, für spätere Zeiten…!!

Mit vielen Grüßen
Marcel

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Comment on Community First! by Maz https://perspektive89.com/community-first/#comment-163 Wed, 31 Dec 2008 20:41:24 +0000 http://wp.perspektive89.com/blog/community-first/#comment-163 It’s not always money…
Hi Mario,

nice blog.
But it’s not always money that destrys the community.
Old school industrial companies pay a lot of atention toward quality and quality assurance to avoid loosing image.

So if Mysql development process failed, it might not be always the money/business pushing this. It might most likely depend on the development processes and the people working on the project.

It might also be some matter of cultural differences. By experience I know that north american companies very early announce features in their products, that have not even alpha status. In the next release the features become some what beta and you will be able to seriously using them some major releases later.
European consumer are used only seeing features on the feature list of products when they are truly tested and working.

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Comment on Community First! by Saverio Proto https://perspektive89.com/community-first/#comment-162 Mon, 01 Dec 2008 22:43:38 +0000 http://wp.perspektive89.com/blog/community-first/#comment-162 The hidden value of the Communities
Hi Mario!
I really liked this article talking about communities! You are right, community have a strong power and make very good software/products.

I hope the society of the future will understand how to exploit the community work finding the correct business models 🙂

Saluti da Ninux.org !

Saverio

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Comment on Community First! by Mario Behling https://perspektive89.com/community-first/#comment-161 Mon, 01 Dec 2008 08:54:00 +0000 http://wp.perspektive89.com/blog/community-first/#comment-161 Companies and Communities have different Priorities

Hi Gerard, thanks for your comment. Please let me clarify, I am not questioning new features and I am not commenting on single features or code lines. Talking about your project I am looking very much forward to the new funtions and improvements on Omegawiki (I love your project and have registered a long time ago even though I could not participate yet).

In my blog article I am supporting the views of Monty, that in the long run projects will be more successful (cause they are more stable and tested for example by a large community) than projects dependent on a company, that has naturally its own agenda – to keep the company profitable mainly. Monty is pointing to something I have observed during my engagement with LXDE (http://lxde.org) as well. The group that has started LXDE started working on LXDE in 2005. As I see it most companies would not have done such a long term investement, but a group of open source/free software people did it and now we have a faster and more energy efficient system, where people constantly join development.

So, how about the support of companies? Well, already in August gOS (http://thinkgos.com) announced it will offer future versions with LXDE components. You might expect companies using LXDE will support projects they are using. Actually David Liu hired LXDE developers (part time), like Fred Chien. But at this time, we are still curious to see the code contributions of gOS to LXDE. In fact, I can understand what they are doing in a logic sense – They have to make money, pay developers, pay off their venture capital.

Priorities of companies are different and I agree in this point with Monty completely. Monty gives very convincing examples. Let me quote him again:

MySQL 5.1 was declared beta and RC way too early. The reason MySQL 5.1
was declared RC was not because we thought it was close to being GA,
but because the MySQL manager in charge *wanted to get more people
testing MySQL 5.1*. This didn't however help much, which is proved by
the fact that it has taken us 14 months and 7 RC's before we could do
the current "GA". This caused problems for developers as MySQL
developers have not been able to do any larger changes in the source
code since February 2006!

….

We have not been giving the MySQL community enough opportunities to
test MySQL 5.1 (too few releases). The reason few releases was made was
that if we would have done a release every month, as we have done in
the past, we would have got 14 RC releases which would have looked
silly and proved that the first RC was made too early. In addition, the
MySQL current development model doesn't in practice allow the MySQL
community to participate in the development of the MySQL server.

So, Gerard, I would prefer not to talk about single implications of new releases to projects and the advancements, but rather the general way we should go with free software. In your case you could probably go a great leap forward with the new release of MySQL. This does not challenge what I wrote concerning development models and different priorities of companies and communities and why I believe a good community where people work together truly collaboratively will always be more successful and offer better software.

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Comment on Community First! by GerardM https://perspektive89.com/community-first/#comment-160 Mon, 01 Dec 2008 08:07:23 +0000 http://wp.perspektive89.com/blog/community-first/#comment-160 I am waiting for release 5.1 and its stored procedures
I could not be more upset with your blog. OmegaWiki has developed a new version of its software and it is based o the new functionality that is in 5.1. OmegaWiki is very much open source and we had the option to either write the functionality that is offered by 5.1 ourselves or go “bleeding edge”. We went bleeding edge and this made it possible to develop our software cheaply.

We have been involved with the MySQL people on testing our software and we cooperated in the Workbench functionality. Your notion that this functionality is only their for businesses is extremely upsetting and patently false.
Thanks,
GerardM

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