the way outlook "tasks" work is, you receive an email (usually from your pointy haired boss) in a special format which outlook recognizes as a task request. It's like a meeting request in that you can accept or decline it, I think. Then it goes into (in the default Outlook 2007 screen organization) a window pane in the bottom right of your outlook window, which shows a short to-do list organized by due date. You can right click each one to mark it completed, at which point, if your pointy haired boss has requested it, they will receive a notification.
to tasks) --
Ability to share tasks folder
Ability to create, delete and modify tasks
Ability to create recurring tasks
Ability to search tasks
Ability to assign tasks to another person
Ability to accept tasks
Ability to decline/reject tasks
Ability to set priority levels to a defined task
Ability to attach files to a task
Ability to set the status of a task (e.g. Started, Completed, In-progress, etc)
Ability to mark a task as complete
Ability to add notes to a task
fine if everyone is smart, but I like to write software that is capable
of being installed by people that aren't smart without them having to
pester the support resources.
If you think doing anything relating to ldap won't require pestering support people, be they from the smart camp or not, you are in for a surprise.
I've never found anything about ldap simple.
That's why it's not called sldap.
I always thought SNMP was ironically named.
Subject: Re: PHP Q:
I know it's impossible to search "->" in google. I did the same thing trying to figure that out.
Of course, I don't have any formal training in programming, so, there's a good chance that I have no idea what I'm talking about.
Check out this page on PHP SOAP; it shows a lot of examples of ->
Haskell .... MmmmMmmm
Subject: Future of language usage
It seems to me with less overhead than imperative languages, functional languages will first complement then eventually replace alot of imperative languages. Mostly because multiple core/cpu are to be said the future of pc hardware.
Remember my subether project?
I got an email from a guy today saying he had this great idea for writing a p2p network platform on which you could write applications. He went hunting around and found my project.
How cool is that, I finally had an idea BEFORE somebody else.
He told me that he asked some p2p group about it and they told him it was 'future work'. I don't know if that means 'ahead of its time' but if so, how cool is that, I'm 5 years ahead of ahead of its time.'
Someday, somebody will build this thing, and I'll be completely unfamous.
Subject: The News So Far
Man outdoes himself and builds skynet. Now everyone in India has a job doing customer support
trying to fix the T-1000 line. (Which is built using 6502 Apple II core shareware)
Subject: Re: The News So Far
Subject: Re: The News So Far
it's called gpu gpu.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: PHP Whois
I've never executed bash commands from with in PHP, but if I did, I would have bash insert what I wanted to a flat file or database record or maybe a cookie when it was done. That seems kind of sloppy though.
If you're only building it once, for your own site, then you go ahead and use whatever components make sense and get the job done with minimum hassle and maximum reliability.
If you're planning to distribute the code, you have to aim for the smallest possible number of steps between download and up-and-running. For a web application, that means you try really, really hard to avoid making the user edit Apache config files.
In the LAMP universe, the best installs are the ones that bring up a configuration page, let you self-configure the application, and then say "here, paste this into MySQL to create your db"
And then there are those lunatics who solve the problem by writing their own web servers... :)
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s.b. to put 3 quarter circle stripes elegantely next to our beloved castle?
If nothing else, I love C++'s destructors.