|By Thom Holwerda on 2015-05-12 14:40:05|
I work for a certain corporation which uses a certain product. This is its story. To put the quality of this product into perspective, let me say it's been in development for about 20 years and has pretty much no users (besides my corp and some "hey - let's make our own Linux crappy distro, which no one will ever use" fanatics) and no community. It was written by a C programmer who "doesn't like the notion of 'type' in programming". Let that be a prelude of what's to follow. Envy those who don't know it; pity those who use it.
The product is called Enlightenment Foundation Libraries and it's the absolutely worst piece of shit software you can imagine.
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