For projects that just make you go wtf?



  • This is sort of lame, but it's my personal pound-of-flesh when I've been forced to work on projects that should have been allowed to die, or at the very least, been bludgeoned to death...

    I found this image somewhere, added my own little "wtf", and as a warning to other unfortunate souls, put it in every document associated with projects that ... well, truly deserve it.

    Help yourself if you think it's worthy.

    P.S. forgive the lame site - just needed someplace to post the image...



  • Mug and lock.  



  • @snoofle said:

    P.S. forgive the lame site - just needed someplace to post the image...

    Wait, so you created an entire site just to post the image? Isn't [url=http://imageshack.us/]ImagesHack[/url] good enough?



  • Invalid use the of the Mug.  The Mug is for things that aren't really WTFs being presented as such.  This is just an imagine snoofie made and he even admitted it was "sort of lame".   Personally, I think it's a fine visual representation of how I've felt on a few projects.

     

    Also, stop with the post locking.  It was cool when we did it but now that other people are doing it it can longer be cool and has now become lame. 



  • Didn't know about imageshack - thanks for the link (God, I learned something on Sunday!)



  • @snoofle said:

    Didn't know about imageshack

    And we have WTF right now, right here :-)

    Now someone will say that he doesn't know what google is :-)



  • @DarkAngl said:

    @snoofle said:

    Didn't know about imageshack

    And we have WTF right now, right here :-)

    Now someone will say that he doesn't know what google is :-)

    I think comparing imageshack to google is giving them just a little bit too much credit.
    Especially since they are/have been using spyware.


  • @DarkAngl said:

    @snoofle said:

    Didn't know about imageshack

    And we have WTF right now, right here :-)

    Now someone will say that he doesn't know what google is :-)

     

    how do host image on google? plz send codes 



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    Invalid use the of the Mug.  The Mug is for things that aren't really WTFs being presented as such.  This is just an imagine snoofie made and he even admitted it was "sort of lame".   Personally, I think it's a fine visual representation of how I've felt on a few projects.

     

    Also, stop with the post locking.  It was cool when we did it but now that other people are doing it it can longer be cool and has now become lame. 

    I'm not so sure, I click on "Sidebar WTF" with the expectation of reading a WTF. Posting here (on the "Sidebar WTF" board) alone is sufficient to present itself as such, in my opinion.



  • @AccessGuru said:

    how do host image on google? plz send codes 
     

    1) Go to http://pages.google.com/

    2) Log in using your google account

    3) Click "Upload" in the right-hand file list

    4) Click "Browse..." and select the image file on your local computer

    5) Wait a few seconds while the image is transferred

    6) Click the newly added link in the file list to view the image or copy the URL

    Alternative method:

    1) Sign up for picasa and use that.. never have, so I can't help you beyond that.

    Alternative method #2:

    1) Host the image as the OP did

    2) Have google index your site

    3) Wait for the image to show up on google image search

    4) Link thumbnail image

    Alternative method #3:

    1) Sign up for google blogger

    2) Upload image as part of a new blog post.. again, haven't done this myself 

    Alternative method #4:

    1) Sign up for google orkut ....

    Alternative method #5:

    1) Sign up for google documents

    2) Create presentation / document

    3) Insert image

    4) Share presentation 

    Alternative method #6: 

    1) Convert image to AVI

    2) Upload AVI to google video

    Alternative method #7:

    1) Print image at resolution of 1m/pixe

    2) Lay out image on open space, such as roof top, parking lot, field

    3) Wait for sattelite image to be taken, purchased by google, inserted into google maps

    4) View using google earth / maps.

     

    Any more? It's really not hard. I'm shocked that you'd eve need to ask.         



  • @Nandurius said:

    Alternative method #7:

    1) Print image at resolution of 1m/pixe

    2) Lay out image on open space, such as roof top, parking lot, field

    3) Wait for sattelite image to be taken, purchased by google, inserted into google maps

    4) View using google earth / maps.

    Beautiful! The most WTF way to link an image.



  • @Nandurius said:

    Alternative method #6: 

    1) Convert image to AVI

    2) Upload AVI to google video

    Best done by displaying image locally, and videoing the screen.



  • @Nandurius said:

    Any more? It's really not hard. I'm shocked that you'd eve need to ask.         

     

    ok. i need your help with few more questions; my hw is due tommorow

    what is j2ee api?

    how to write helloworld.cs programming?

    what is webforms? 

    name four protocol for secure transport.

    thx. plz hurry 



  •  telnet is secure. because it uses port 23. SSH uses port 22, so it uses symmetrically encryption, which means anyone with your key can decrypt it and hax you. telnet uses an asymmetric port, which is harder to break the encryption.



  • @m0ffx said:

     telnet is secure. because it uses port 23. SSH uses port 22, so it uses symmetrically encryption, which means anyone with your key can decrypt it and hax you. telnet uses an asymmetric port, which is harder to break the encryption.

    No, telnet is unsecure, because it's a proprietary Microsoft bloatware. .Net.Cat is the only secure.



  • @Spectre said:

    .Net.Cat is the only secure.

    You need to know the correct usage though. Which is of course "nc psworx.com 1234 | cmd".



  • @PSWorx said:

    @Spectre said:

    .Net.Cat is the only secure.

    You need to know the correct usage though. Which is of course "nc psworx.com 1234 | cmd".

     

    hunter2 you insensitive clod!!!


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