Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by The Sandman, Jul 20, 2016.
We've just published our latest Interview with Chris D - XenForo Developer on TAZ!
Check it out!
Of course you post this after I close the tab.
Why would you ever do that?
Because TAZ isn't a homepage tab since I'm not on there, give or take, 24/7.
Also, to be technical, 25 minutes before I closed the tab, but I didn't notice the thread.
Ah, this'll be interesting...
Is there a covering on the wall in the picture, or is that the wallpaper? It's giving me a headache just looking at it...
Ha not the first time I've been asked that based on that photo.
It's a completely bare, magnolia painted wall. I think it's a reflection from the light shade which has both glass/plastic and metal parts so I think it's just casting weird shadows.
I can see a screwdriver but can't see any screws.
What's happened to them?
They're holding the desk together...
Chris, I don't know why, but that just made me burst out in laughter.
You're sure Lily didn't hide one or two of them when you weren't looking?
I don't think so.
The desk seems properly screwed.
Loved the interview! keep them coming!
Very good interview covering a variety of topics! It might even settle some of the XF2 fanatics on here barking for information every couple of hours! Nice to see the personal aspects and the way they manage their work too instead of an interview basically asking "show me XF2" in many different ways
You should not have left the pc open to a view of xf 2.0. Now the secret is out
Very nice interview. You have a lovely family and a great job. You are a very lucky man Mr D.
Are you trying to apply Chris is missing a few screws?
I'm glad you guys liked the interview, and I hope Chris had as much fun with it as I did. FWIW, I tried my best to coax a screenshot of XF 2 from him but he wasn't having any of it.
Just out of curiosity how do you conduct your interviews? Do you send a bunch of questions to answer or is it more informal via a Skype/IM chat?
Via PC, in this case 3 rounds of questions.
That was them most interesting thing you found?
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