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You know that your project is *awesome* when…

…when it takes two thousands, five hundred and thirty-five useful comments to get an insult:

«Why, thank you!»

«Why, thank you!»

Lovely!

We consider this as a great milestone :)

16 Responses to “You know that your project is *awesome* when…”

  1. Stefan Says:

    hahahaha

  2. anon Says:

    lol – and you can just bet that he’s using the fact that you closed it as “Invalid” as evidence that the “devs won’t listen to constructive criticism!” :)

  3. Amroth Says:

    sure thing!

    The worst part of it: he didn’t specify a mail address to be contacted back, so we couldn’t tell hime the answer you see below…

  4. Diego Says:

    It’s one of the drawbacks of making feedback so much easy! :-P

  5. Zeke Says:

    Oh boy. That made my day. :3

  6. Cyber Killer Says:

    Lolz! ;-)

  7. alexismedina Says:

    hahahahahahah…. LOL

  8. Israphel Says:

    Jaja, that was fun.

  9. Burke Says:

    Take it easy, pal ;)

    BTW: I get feedback when I report a bug in Kmess? I did, but I recieved no mail. I thought that wouldn’t be unusual, since yopu respond only to urgend stuff.

  10. Sjors Says:

    Hey Burke, I’m also a kmess developer and one of the people who usually respond to LikeBack comments. As in the original post by Valerio, there are 2500 comments on LikeBack now, the statistic page shows there are 1300 still open. When someone sends in a comment, we usually read it and reply immediately if it’s serious and we’re in the mood for it then. Also, we usually don’t reply to old comments we close, because it’s awkward to get a response for a comment you sent in three months ago, or longer…

    Overall, we get so many likeback comments (20 a day is normal) that we can’t just respond to each and every one. We may have missed yours; if you feel it’s serious, send us an e-mail at bugs@. It’s also not uncommon that people make typo’s in their e-mail address – nothing we can do about that… :)

  11. Amroth Says:

    However you can be sure we read all of them – except those (lots) written in languages we don’t know *rolls eyes*

  12. Christoph Says:

    Are you using the KDE4 port of likeback (I believe the upstream website is http://basket.kde.org/likeback.php)? I would be interested in seeing this integrated in more applications (at least one of mine), so how well is KDE4 supported?

  13. Amroth Says:

    Your belief is wrong: we’ve rewritten it completely! If you want to implement LikeBack, you should check it out in our SVN:
    https://kmess.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/kmess/trunk/likeback
    If you have any problems, contact us at kmess.org/board/, project@kmess.org, or #kmess on Freenode ;)

    Now that I come to think of it, we’ve never explained how to install it nor published anything about it (or libISF-Qt, neither).. Time to remedy! :D

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  15. realnc Says:

    lol :D

  16. Rafael Says:

    So great, congrats! Funny. +___+