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Transcript: Stan Hippler - 2017/06/07 08:06

  • 1:00 - Stan seems to be trying to determine what account I used to access system (weird).
  • 2:30 - Stan mentions how he talked to Daniel (why was I not included?).
  • 5:30 - Stan starts talking about campus news feed (I wasn't sure what he was talking about).
  • 5:55 - after Stan re-words I realize he is talking about the McNeese website.
  • 6:50 - Stan talks about 'presidents honors list' (not sure what that is..).
  • 7:10 - I point out that the content is entirely user controlled so any cutoffs is created be user.
  • 8:10 - Stan tells me to copy from other institutions.
  • 8:20 - I point out that I don't go steal from other users.
  • 8:50 - I ask why Stan is having me do 'content' when I am a programmer.
  • 9:10 - Stan continues to tell me to copy off others users.
  • 10:10 - Stan says to “get their ideas”.
  • 11:00 - Stan asks me to research a specific task related to financial data.
  • 12:00 - Stan says that there is no need for code to be written and then states thats what for other team members do.
  • 12:20 - I mention APIs and Stan interrupts (this is my accidental incorrect API reference).
  • 13:00 - I talk about standard, because I am mixing API as it is defined with their definition.
  • 13:40 - Stan specifically does not want me programming (I am hired as a programmer!?).
  • 15:40 - Stan talks about Daniel upgrades the version and installs the software.
  • 16:50 - Stan talks about using the app they paid for instead of HTML5.
  • 17:35 - I point out that this product is designed to just pull data from another system.
  • 18:00 - I explain how the app works by following the standard and pulls data.
  • 18:58 - I notice that I was using API based on other people using it incorrectly, accidentally.
  • 20:00 - I point out that its the format of the data that they provide that matters.
  • 20:40 - Stan talks about the “miketest” account.
  • 21:10 - I point out how I don't use my LDAP credentials to login using wireless.
  • 22:10 - Stan again talks about others (Colleen and Gerald) who are not at this meeting.
  • 22:30 - Stan talks about his opinion of Northwestern.
  • 23:30 - Stan talks about meeting Colleen and Stan privately.
  • 24:10 - I point out that if we are a “team” I should be part of it.
  • 24:50 - I point out asking questions is important to avoid communication issues.
  • 26:50 - Stan talks about his problems and personalities.
  • 27:30 - Stan states that he refuses to learn newer technologies.
  • 28:10 - Stan starts associating open-source with chemical terrorism.
  • 28:40 - Stan then mentions that it could be used in Germany for chemical terrorism.
  • 29:20 - Stan claims that people “choose not to see” that it is supporting chemical terrorism.
  • 29:50 - Stan talks about making a meeting with the “team”, but only after he talks with them separately first.
wiki/recordings-transcript-stan-rec-2017-06-07-08-06-34.txt · Last modified: 2018/03/21 03:46 by Manager