Parallels' Bad Idea

Discussion in 'Parallels Desktop for Mac' started by dkp, Jan 5, 2007.

  1. don montalvo

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    why is your communication with parallels private while your lambasting them over their process is public? :)

    don
     
  2. dkp

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    Do you understand the difference between BBS posts and email posts? One is intended to be public, the other not. And I have yet to lambast them. Or even you. It is an unreasonable claim that pointing out a rather serious mistake is a lambasting. Particularly when the stated objective as consistently been a desire to improve the process. Please go back and read #82 or so. I expressed great enthusiasm for the team and the product. Lost, obviously, on you. I have been uncharacteristically courteous to Val, too, who honestly does not deserve it

    As for the topic which you too have yet to discuss, I won't bother explaining it all again. I will say though remaining polite and patient is sometimes difficult. You shouldn't expect it to last so don't push it.
     
  3. dkp

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    Hey Dave - c'mere ya big dummy - check the clock times on Val's posts. See a pattern? There's two of them, actually. Val is trying to manage me and my comments, and he's not contributing to the purpose of the thread. Paying attention, Dave?
     
  4. drscience

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    Dave is not paying attention--for a very simple reason, Dr. DKP--he and his ilk like the excitement and chaos of Parallels in its current condition and don't want anyone spoiling their fun. What would they do if Parallels actually got serious about developing a solid product, and provided real support? Who would there be to "manage" ?

    Meanwhile, back in the announcement thread, it appears that the major memory leak has made in into the new Release Candidate 3120 RC. This caused one member (MysticalOS) to say:

    "I feel like i wasted my time reporting all the bugs i found in beta 3 to forums and email, got no replies in either or and they weren't fixed in this build. :\"

    Process control? Who needs process control? That's for sissies.
     
  5. drval

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    Excuse me -- I provide a deployed solution for users around the world. I understand about process control in software, esp for professionals who simply need for a system to work. I neither need nor want "excitement" -- and that's why I stayed away from Parallels UNTIL the 3106 beta.
     
  6. dkp

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    My friends just call me Dr. P if they insist on calling me Dr. anything. And I know that the memory problem exists but it appears to be sporadic. I've not been so cursed but know of others who have the problem. I've recommended they open the perf monitor in Windows and OS X to determine if it is Parallels or Windows that is straying. I think it's Windows, to be honest, but it will require field data to verify.

    As for Dave, I think he saw an opportunity to be clever and couldn't resist showing he has no talent for it. Particularly since his 'gotcha' moment came when I responded to a question. Damned if you do, etc.
     
  7. dkp

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    I just found this on your website and can't help but giggle - er, share.

    All Truth goes through three stages:
    First it is ridiculed
    Then it is violently opposed
    Finally, it is accepted as self-evident....

    At which stage are we, gifted one? My lord, you are a flaming looney! No frikking wonder! So, gifted one - how long do you spend on the ridiculed state before you storm into the violent opposition? Are we coming up on the part where you are illuminated?Or is that for me? Disambiguate it for me, please.

    Oh holy crap this is rich. Can't resist: These are OT and rhetorical questions, you don't have to answer. The why is clear. I've been talking to a nutcase this whole time and have given you every possible courtesy for naught. It is all clear now. Or self-evident, if you will. It would have sped the process along if you had just confessed to being a whack job moon bat. I've even caused my wife to regale in laughter. O lord and boy howdy, you had me going, Val. That's good snookering. Oh gosh, thanks for that laugh.

    ohh lordy, oh. Well, now it's time to move on. The parallels team is making process corrections and that's good. Monitoring will continue but overall I think this has been a worthwhile thread. I appreciate everyone's part in it and the detractors and supporters are equally appreciated. It is all meaningful. Were it one sided it would be invalid as a test. For my part this thread is done.
     
    Last edited: Jan 10, 2007
  8. tamannabajaj

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