Microsoft Teams for Linux

Jerry jerry at
Sun May 10 13:33:48 UTC 2020

On Sat, 9 May 2020 23:14:40 +0200, Polytropon commented:
>> It boils down, at least for me, this philosophy.
>> There are three solutions to every problem:
>>   1) Accept it
>>   2) Change it
>>   3) Leave it  
>You are missing two very important alternatives:
>	4) Ignore it
>	5) Delegate it
>Those two cases can even be combined: Let someone else solve
>the problem, while you tell everyone how easy it was. It is
>a common method of "goal-oriented users" who do not want to
>deal with the problems they're encountering. I think this does
>not fit within one of the three options you mentioned...

It could be argued that before you can 'ignore' something, you first
must accept its existence. I think that #5 would more logically be a
subcategory under #2, but I have far better things to do today than
argue semantics. In any case, I was just listing the major categories.
You could probably create a dozen or more subcategories. We have an HR
department that manages to take the simplest question and answer it
with what seems like a Seminar on "Quantum Physics and Quantum
Information". The only appreciable difference is that I actually have a
concept of what they were discussing at the seminar.

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