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Might not really help. Actually the temperatures are close to 30 °C in some parts of Denmark and has been probably similar to those here in North Germany where we had the highest average temperature in May for the last 50 years.
Forecast for tomorrow is 27 °C for Copenhagen and 29 °C for Malmö / Sweden which is the same as for Sicily.
Same for Sweden as you write.
At the moment we have just 28 degrees here (outside Gothenburg) which is the coldest we've had since last weekend, on Wednesday it was 32, yesterday it was 31.
The funniest thing is that this spring I'have built a conservatory, with the Swedish climate in mind, which we basically haven't used.
I see some people here claiming Denmark has temperatures up to 30° C as well...
So visit this part of Denmark[^] instead
"an Arctic climate with average temperatures that do not exceed 10° C (50° F) in the warmest summer months."
By own experience I know that it can be warmer there. Had days with 18 to 20 °C (Photo - Google+[^] ) in the shade in June which is not the warmest month. But there is no natural shade and the sun is shining the whole day so that it feels much warmer.
On the other side there was still some snow and frozen lakes at elevations above some 100 metres.
Testing a new version of one of our widgets that will be released into the wild shortly/recently in the final bits of testing. I am looking at the preferred method to get logs out using Filezilla. A piece of software I have only used briefly in the dim past, following the docs I manage to not achieve the desired connection.
It's obvious from reading them the author was not doing the actions described and it was being written from memory (yes we have all seen docs like that). So I go and ask the head programmer and ask him how to do it and find he does not know how to do it as he uses a separate Linux session for it.
So what to do now...1) Report this, probably get told to not make a fuss about something that is not important like last time. 2) Get the log files using the method used by software guru and say something, but not too loudly. 3) Carry on trying to use FileZilla/ Googling how to set up Putty get bored and wind up surfing the web for random things... TGIF
That is how I did it last time, got told off for writing unsafe app, argued the point that it wasn't unsafe. It was that I hadn't done the two day course on how to write safe code as I don't really need to write software for my role...
Number 2. And I would say something. Not necessarily to upset the apple cart, but to make sure that management is aware that the "preferred" method is not so preferred because of the vagueness and/or the inaccuracies of the documentation.
Besides if something goes wrong, they'll ask why didn't you follow procedure and you'll end up sounding like you are making excuses "But, the documentation..."
I have done that (it was always my favoured option), since I was being yelled at by the MD (not this company) for not coming to him with an issue when he was taking a major customer on factory tour and then I showed him the email from six months previous from him which basically said 'I know we, all know the problem is known just don't tell any one' and the famous 'Go forth and multiply with your problem', he went a strange colour and the customer was not impressed!
It's a daily game we play: one player sets a "cryptic clue" and everyone else has four hours to solve it. If you succeed, you get to post the next one. (full rules here: OriginalGriff - Professional Profile[^] )
For example, a recent one of mine was "Outstanding part of lover duet? (7)"
The bit in brackets means "seven letters".
The whole solution is "OVERDUE", which is contained in "lOVER DUEt"
Or perhaps "Queen is unable to enter eighty chains for trading (10)"
is unable CAN'T
eighty chains MILE
MERCANTILE - trading.
The next one is up Monday at 09:00 UK time, and it looks at the moment like I'll be doing it. Give it a go, and see if you can solve it!
Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
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