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#### spec

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I resist the "likes" crap because it is just trying to emulate the stupid @#$%$#@ social media garbage...
Yes, on one hand, but it is useful to know who has been viewing your post and what they think of it; even a dislike is useful. For jokes I always click 'funny' if they make me smile

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#### spec

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The only problem with most of these 'management systems' is that they are too general like the famouse lines of code benchmark with software. Programmer 1 writes beautiful structured code which is robust, short, and simple to maintain. Programmer 2 writes spaggeti code. Programmer 1 thus writes 500 lines of code in a week, but programmer 2 has written 1,500 lines of code. Who gets the merit-rise?

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