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RSH
PostPosted: Sat 04 Feb 2012, 18:14    Post subject: RE-START of LazY Puppy 5.2.8-4 (2012-02-04)
Subject description: LazY Puppy restarted! All files re-uploaded...

LazY Puppy Info Center
http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=591223#591223
Quick & Easy Information to BugFixes, Updates & more


Lazy Puppy is now restarted (2012-02-04, 23:14 GMT+1).

All LazY Puppy 5.2.8-4 files are actually re-uploaded at smokey01.com. All links are at the Download Area - and actually here:


ISO:
http://smokey01.com/RSH/LazY-Puppy-528/cd-iso/LazY528-4-release01.iso
WIN-EXE:
http://smokey01.com/RSH/LazY-Puppy-528/win-exe/LazY528-4-release01.exe
SFS-Directory: - you can use also LazY Puppy QuickInstall
http://smokey01.com/RSH/LazY-Puppy-528/sfs-files/


Actually all files uploaded.

And now?

I will continue my work ...

... there will be a wonderful update to LazY Puppy 5.2.8-4 Cool

RSH
RSH
PostPosted: Sat 04 Feb 2012, 15:15    Post subject: LazY Puppy 5.2.8-4
Subject description: LazY Puppy restarted! Main files re-uploaded...

LazY Puppy Info Center
http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=591223#591223
Quick & Easy Information to BugFixes, Updates & more


Lazy Puppy is now restarted (2012-02-04, 20:06 GMT+1).

The .iso, the .exe and eight of the .sfs files are actually uploaded at smokey01.com. All links are at the Download Area.

All actually missed files will be uploaded within the next days.

RSH
minesadorada
PostPosted: Fri 27 Jan 2012, 08:10    Post subject: Lazy Puppy

I gave LazyPuppy a quick test-drive in order to see Lazerus, but was surprised and pleased at the many UI improvements RSH has put into his Puppy version.

Even if you are not a Pascal coder, LazyPuppy is well worth keeping an eye on for general use.

I think it will be especially good for new Linux users to dip their toes, as the menu skill-level system is a good implementation, and I hope it gets adopted elsewhere.

I look forward to more developmentof Lazy from RSH after his break.
ttuuxxx
PostPosted: Fri 27 Jan 2012, 06:13    Post subject:

RSH the best thing to remember you don't personally know anyone on here, so if don't really know them, then just highlight the text and click delete and move on, no need to take thing sensitively, its better to look at it this way, your release will make hundreds really, if you get one or two bad apples in the bunch, just toss them into the compost pile and move on Smile, If its a something really distributing send me a copy of the text and I'll read it over, if it warrants some action, I'll take the action needed, I'm a admin on here, If its really bad then I could contact John Murga.
ttuuxxx
ttuuxxx
PostPosted: Fri 27 Jan 2012, 06:06    Post subject:

I sometimes do 18hr days 7 days a week for puppy when I'm unemployed, when I'm employed like now usually around 4-8hrs per day, but sometimes I get lazy and do other things for a few days, lol man I'm a puppy addict.
ttuuxxx
sickgut
PostPosted: Fri 27 Jan 2012, 04:43    Post subject:

ciento wrote:
There is a wide divide between the user, like me, and those who
code, and assemble the disparate parts into precision machines. Everyone
benefits when we all seek to excel in our own endeavors, support the efforts of others, and refrain from malice. I hope each Puppy developer feels free
to take the time needed for a full and rewarding life, with time and season
given to each facet, as it come into view.


ive never met any developer or coder that didnt have a destructive cycle of overwork, then subsequent freak out then boredom and the need to get back to work on their projects.

personally i kind of notice that if i pull a 24 hour session then i get more done than 3x 8 hour sessions over 3 days even tho they both add up to 24 hours, when your on a roll your on a roll.... and when you see results for your effort its hard to stop...

maybe this should be a subject for another thread but i think all devs have trouble avoiding burnout and balancing other things properly
ciento
PostPosted: Fri 27 Jan 2012, 04:24    Post subject:

There is a wide divide between the user, like me, and those who
code, and assemble the disparate parts into precision machines. Everyone
benefits when we all seek to excel in our own endeavors, support the efforts of others, and refrain from malice. I hope each Puppy developer feels free
to take the time needed for a full and rewarding life, with time and season
given to each facet, as it come into view.
sickgut
PostPosted: Fri 27 Jan 2012, 03:11    Post subject:

yo yo yo yo yo RSH

Forget about everyone else, take your time off and just make your OS how you see fit as if you like and use it yourself then others will, as you are not the only person on earth that will find your OS useful.

Most people in this community couldnt do what you do buddy so dont listen to them. If people are giving you a hard time while you are posting and asking for advice and help or trying to get input, then dont do that, just make your stuff then release it.

People especially in this community will bitch about the slightest little thing and them flame you for it, like you deliberately hurt them because your OS has firefox 7 instead of 8 or something stupid like that, if the users had any sense they would make their own dream OS and they would not be here on the puppy forums to begin with.

There is an old saying: "The customer is always right..."
The sad thing is that most customers actually believe this to be true when it isnt.
You are the creator, they users are the customers,
Ive lived by the rule that: "The customer is always wrong, because other wise they wouldnt be asking your advice to begin with."

I used to have a computer business and when a customer would complain to me and tell me the cutomer is always right, i would reply "If the customer was always right then you would be able to fix your own computers and solve your own problems, you are here asking me for help because you are wrong and you believe i am right and that i can help you, otherwise you wouldnt be here."

If the people complaining where really as good as they claim they are then they would make something better than you have, they wouldnt bother flaming you or complaining at all because there would be no need to even try your OS to begin with, they would code it entirely from 0 and 1 and you would never see them again.

Take your time off buddy, ive had to do the same recently.... you need to take enough time off so that you look forward to coming back to code because you want to and you miss it, other wise you will get stressed and freak out.

chin up buddy
Amgine
PostPosted: Fri 27 Jan 2012, 02:48    Post subject:

RSH wrote:
Hello.

I did not think, my action could have result in all the reactions i have got - not only inside this thread but especially the pm's that mostly said: KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK or similar.

I do need a break (i think two weeks will do it well) and i will continue my work on LazY Puppy.

Therefor i do change the subject of the first post from "closed" to "paused".

Thanks to all my supporters and all good willing people inside this forum!

RSH

Good to here
tatamata
PostPosted: Fri 27 Jan 2012, 01:54    Post subject:

starhawk wrote:
Enjoy your break Wink I hope you come back ready to do good things.

BTW, something I've never figured out... what audience is LazY Puppy supposed to appeal to? I presume that "Lazarus Yet in Puppy" refers to something religious...?

Lazarus is a free rapid application development tool similar to Delphi. See wiki here:
http://wiki.lazarus.freepascal.org/Overview_of_Free_Pascal_and_Lazarus
It has that name "Lazarus" because of a dead project being rising from dead again:)
RSH
PostPosted: Thu 26 Jan 2012, 23:20    Post subject:

starhawk wrote:
BTW, something I've never figured out... what audience is LazY Puppy supposed to appeal to? I presume that "Lazarus Yet in Puppy" refers to something religious...?


This makes me smile! Smile

No, nothing religious.

Please take a look at these two threads. It's a lot stuff but will inform you well . This has been the main idea to LazY Puppy. It was hard work and at least panoss found a way to get the whole thing runnning.

http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=68589

http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=582779#582779

RSH
starhawk
PostPosted: Thu 26 Jan 2012, 23:09    Post subject:

Enjoy your break Wink I hope you come back ready to do good things.

BTW, something I've never figured out... what audience is LazY Puppy supposed to appeal to? I presume that "Lazarus Yet in Puppy" refers to something religious...?
RSH
PostPosted: Thu 26 Jan 2012, 22:33    Post subject:

Hello.

I did not think, my action could have result in all the reactions i have got - not only inside this thread but especially the pm's that mostly said: KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK or similar.

I do need a break (i think two weeks will do it well) and i will continue my work on LazY Puppy.

Therefor i do change the subject of the first post from "closed" to "paused".

Thanks to all my supporters and all good willing people inside this forum!

RSH
Puppyt
PostPosted: Thu 26 Jan 2012, 18:55    Post subject:

Thanks sc0ttman and jemimah for your balance here. We could almost set a metronome to the disputes that periodically occur on the Puppy Linux forum. I think it goes to show that a dynamic, creative COMMUNITY takes all types of perspectives. I'm just not sure that a "tough love" approach is always the best way to respond to differences in perspective. I note, for example only, that there are many on this forum with Asperger's - brilliant and driven with certain forms of analysis and problem solving, not-so-brilliant with social interactions - where what is intended to be communicated (sent or received) can be misinterpreted, to the hurt of all. Now add to this mix differences in cultural and language backgrounds...
But vive la différence: who wants to be a monoculture like MicroSoft or iFad? RSH - never believe that you are a disposable commodity. sc0ttman, jemimah, even MU and BK all know that the frontier is a lonely place. I think that on re-reading the thread, we are all backing you, just in different ways. Hang in there, and hold to your dream and wherever the fun takes you Smile
jemimah
PostPosted: Thu 26 Jan 2012, 13:42    Post subject:

sc0ttman wrote:

Most important RSH, you make what you want,
make whatever makes you happy.


Agreed. Feel free to ignore all critics. This isn't a charity. If it's not fun, it's not worth it.
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