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Sep
19
comment Should I include a selfdestruct-method to my applications?
Well, the kill-switch was mostly targeted to freelance work. With a contract its much more easier. Currently the case is basically like this: My software, without my knowledge was moved out from my server and that's it. Then again, its very clear case of stealing -- so in legal wise I'm not worried. So the kill-switch would mostly be in my own server, when my software would get stolen. Though, I'm starting to feel that its still a bad idea. Thanks for your answer, I'm meeting with my lawyer in few days.
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Sep
19
comment Should I include a selfdestruct-method to my applications?
I see. I get your point. For the record, the kill-switch was going to be included on noncommercial software, and mostly only inside my own server or at least in the development-mode only. Some clients demand, that the development would be done inside their own servers and that leaves me in a very very vulnerable situation. I currently have all files credited, designs are watermarked, my name is EVERYWHERE -- I feel pretty confident, that I will win the lawsuit.. I think having kill-switches in my own server would be still a good idea, in case someone steals them.
Sep
19
comment Should I include a selfdestruct-method to my applications?
I'm sorry, but your answer is lacking the WHY-part. Why is it a bad idea and based on what I could go to jail? Can you explain a little further?
Sep
19
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Sep
13
comment How to teach a script to detect sarcasm?
@Rei: You need 3000rep for that.
Sep
12
accepted Is it a good idea to use Header(“Content-Type […]”); in the core file of a CMS?
Sep
12
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Sep
12
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Sep
12
comment How to teach a script to detect sarcasm?
@Anna: Agreed, however since my interests are involved, then my opinion is compromised. Still, I thought this fits the format of Programmers, or I wouldn't have posted it. At least it was open for so long, that programmers from different timezones could respond :)
Sep
12
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Sep
12
comment How to teach a script to detect sarcasm?
@Steven: This is a joke-answer. This is as helpful as "google how to detect sarcasm". And actually, I did get alot better answers.
Sep
12
accepted How to teach a script to detect sarcasm?
Sep
12
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12
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12
comment How to teach a script to detect sarcasm?
CAPS-LOCK gets detected before sarcasm (however, in the form of most of the strings characters being uppercase). With that I'm hoping to nerf the use of uppercase characters. So if we know, that the client doesn't user much uppercase characters, then we can detect single or more words in a string as possible sarcasm.
Sep
12
comment How to teach a script to detect sarcasm?
For the record, neither did you say it is possible or give any valuable direction. As far as I understand, you were only sarcastic and basically mocking my attempts to do something, what you wouldn't do?! Correct?
Sep
12
comment How to teach a script to detect sarcasm?
@Anna Lear: ToneCheck seems very interesting. However, I don't quite get, how they are detecting and most likely the system is bigger then my house. However, I got an idea on what may trigger the sarcasm-detection. Ty, for the link.
Sep
12
comment How to teach a script to detect sarcasm?
@DaveNay: I agree on the fact, that predefining sarcastic scenarios is actually possible, but very difficult. Obviously 100% match is going to impossible, but some % should be possible. I also think, that making such point on a incorrect syntax as you did in your first part of the question, is not obvious in a Programming community and I still look at it as a very poor answer.
Sep
12
comment How to teach a script to detect sarcasm?
@DaveNay: I see. Well, your edit clears it up and I removed my -1, but the answer still is still telling to "just quit", rather then "try something". I already got some slight ideas, on how you can detect some sarcasm. But I don't agree, that it is totally impossible.