Why are they still using HTML 3.2?
>he doesnt know about the html standards riots of 2053
Because it just werks.
HTML from the 90s is not what I would describe as "just werks". These guys have spaceships and they didn't think to switch to some other tech?
Why arent they using python?
I don't see any html though. The header specifies a DTD but it doesn't say it's HTML it could be any w3c specification.
Why they aren't installing gentoo?
>Programming in pseudocode
> not knowing that real programmers code in binary using only pen and paper
Because HTML 5 is an oppressive format framework made to push mobile device made by the military industrial complex.
>not having a team of chinese kids in your basement memorising 1s and 0s
Even the real nips website right now is just using a monitor-size background image.
<body style="background-img:url('fag.jpg') cover">
Space Warriors did nothing wrong.
Japanese websites are terrible. I hear they are like that since their origins because Nipon people very much hate change.
MS-DOS is the future.
Looks like Win 1.0 to me, bruh.
Take a look at this website and take a look at my image.
> not programming in the prefered language of the goddess
>it's bad because he decided to use an image instead of writing 50 lines of completely needles html
I don't see a problem. I wish western devs took this utilitarian approach more often.
Especially if you consider this page is just a placeholder.
if they get pay the same for a shitty website why putting more effort into it
50 lines is more light than a single image annon.
I'm pretty sure most japs do their own websites. They have templates and what not and everyone makes the exact same website.
And they mostly do blogs now an shit. Also twitter.
I think one reason why the sites are so simple is so you can view them on phones.
Not him but it often sucks if you want to copy the text to translate it, and even not place holder sites use just pictures for nearly everything. They are just made in Photoshop.
This is the purpose of /a/
Who cares about light ?
It's faster, cleaner, and you know it'll look the same on every platform.
Can't get more exquisite in design than that.
yeah, photoshop templates
>if you want to copy the text to translate it
They don't do the websites for you.
We are lacking a source parameter.
It doesn't scale to lower resolution monitors
Because the moon exploded.
Otakus are all style over substance, see Kancolle. They just care about nice pictures.
That's why it's only 960 pixels in width.
And I'm pretty sure they have a separate image for your phone.
It's still not pure
>And I'm pretty sure they have a separate image for your phone.
No, only the default one.
margin: 0px auto;
padding: 0px 0px 0px 0px;
background: url(../images/bg.jpg) repeat-x center top;
>margin: 0px auto;
>padding: 0px 0px 0px 0px;
You only did this if you fuck up the all css setting in
It's not like a lot of people would visit a placeholder page on their phone. I would've cut the image up for phones but even that would've been extra 2 minutes of my life for the stray 10-20 users that wouldn't spend more than 1 minute on the website anyway.
A placeholder is a placeholder. Doing design or art or anything of that manner and having OCD will not make you good money.
W..what... what if the image really is a server side script that delivers a different image depending on the client browser resolution?
This isn't what my boss told me, he care about those 10-20 users, especially when dealing with normalfag users surely the number is quite high, just count how many people still using IE6? old version phone, etc.
I mad because how different my effort compared to them.
>All device support
>Old version compatibility
>implying there's anything inherently wrong with high-level languages
Even going from the efficiency point of view, the fact that high-level languages are closer to pseudocode means code is easier to make more efficient - because you can detect leaks more easily. As long as the compiler or interpreter is concise and has good cleaning directives (and python 2.7 fulfills this requirement), a program made in a language very close to pseudocode can be more efficient than a program made on a low-level language. And other than the efficiency point of view, I don't see the point of disliking languages that are closer to pseudocode.
But if you're complaining about programming in pseudocode, just fucking program everything in binary. Even ASM is pseudocode up to a point, not to say C.
That said though, the python community has gone down the drain. The political correctness aimed to appeal to feminists and trannies that is being forced down the community's throat is ridiculous, and their bullshit will make the python foundation implode just like ruby's. But that will hopefully only affect python3, and python2 will keep on being what is has always been. And a language and/or its interpreter isn't responsible for the community bullshit.
The question is - does this website even need to be (old) phone compliant ?
Who would browse this with an early 2000s flip-phone ?
Anyway there are many shitty japnese websites, but this one is OK.
>not knowing /a/ is /g/
Back to /g/ turbonerd.
>he care about those 10-20 users,
It depends on the userbase.
With a website like this you don't expect a casual user. And the Japan has different standards.
Backwards compatibility that feeds the standard dynamically depending on the platform?
/g/ <--> /a/ cross boarders are probably the most common in 4chan
There's not even one html tag though. The dtd in ambiguous.
don't kid youself, we all know it's /v/ <--> /a/
>The political correctness aimed to appeal to feminists and trannies that is being forced down the community's throat is ridiculous
>going to /v/
The entire DOCTYPE tag is invalid. Looks like the animators just opened a random page from the 90s and copied random parts out of the page.
>going to /v/
>not making the game /v/ loathed
I'm mystified by the rest of the codem it looks like a img tag... but it isn't.
Game dev is /vr/.
/v/ is only cancer.
What the fuck. At least she got fired. Don't see how this relates to python 3 other than the fact it happened at pycon.
Ops I mean /vg/.
Unfortunately feminism is strong in the python community and they are constantly pressing their shit into the rules of python's forums and mail lists worldwide.
Oh my, I making dirty jokes here and there in the code comment, even some variable name are lewd.
You are fucked.
Captcha: The dsystems
That was just one example. A very recent one.
Google "python pantyshot misaka" for another example.
And yes, import feminism indeed. Another recent ridiculous case, though not python-related, happened over the development of node.js (which yes, is a shitty project, but it's a very big name anyway, so it makes for a great example too). A feminist/tranny supporter, ignoring all rules, as the first thing he ever did in the node.js repo, pushed a git change to the documentation, replacing all pronouns to gender-neutral ones. The developer who had added the most code in history to the project (over 25% himself, if I recall correctly) rejected the push, because node.js has very strict rules about the steps that have to be done to make a push. This shit happened:
In the end, the developer simply quit the project. Which would be logical, but then, the company that maintains node.js (who aren't the employers of the developer), on their blog, said he should be fired, and their employers, on their own blog, said they had talked to him and, pretty much, said that if he didn't care about the subject they would fire him.
It's some serious bullshit.
Symphogear webdevs are bros.
> committed programmers working add honorem being fired because of feminists
This is certainly the end of the free software movement.
Fucking startups are killing free software.
I just checked the latest github activity of the developer we're talking about, and apparently, he's being forced to keep on working on node.js:
>January 24, 2014
>bnoordhuis pushed to master at strongloop/node-memwatch
>January 24, 2014
>bnoordhuis pushed to check-imports-changes at bnoordhuis/node
>January 24, 2014
>bnoordhuis pushed to master at bnoordhuis/node
I would just quit the god damn company, but then again, I don't have much competition where I live.
> Feminist-Software-Foundation referenced this pull request in LightTable/LightTable
It's a (very good) troll by /g/ and /pol/
Actually, the Feminist Software Foundation is a /g/ joke. Sadly, it kinda died around christmas, most likely when all of those of us who were adding code had to travel.
Read this, I bet you'll love it:
They got me.
Whoa they even created a website dedicated for that
They even made a real interpreter for a feminist programming language.
Yep. And a /pol/lack femanon (a jew, funny enough) made a support video:
She's a qt!
>Google "python pantyshot misaka" for another example.
I can't say anything besides that this is hilarious.
I never knew python community was so anal about this kind of thing and that it was so full of feminists.
This is truly outrageous to say the least.
Sadly, it's not really just the python community anymore. Actually, the whole feminist bullshit started with ruby, but the ruby community accepted it with open arms. And it's infecting the communities of most high-level or end-user big OSS names.
> #include <ioscream.rape>