Warning – for mature audiences only. The following post contains material of a juvenile nature and should not be viewed by anyone lacking a sense of humour.
If you’re really quick, you’ll catch a P1 documentation bug in Sun Java System Directory Editor just before it’s fixed. Here’s a cap in case the real page is gone by the time you read this (click to enlarge):
Now, that first entry under ‘People’ really shouldn’t be there… The screenshot was taken of a ‘development’ directory – I’m guessing the engineer was testing a quoted multi-word field in ‘firstname’ and just typed in the first thing that came to mind…
Anyway, some context, for the non-British English speakers out there:
- Bollocks = testicles
- Dog’s bollocks = excellent, as in “This beer is the dog’s bollocks, mate!”
- Directory Editor = A J2EE-based web application that enables you to quickly and easily manage directory data. Ships as part of Sun Java System Directory Server Enterprise Edition.
- Ezra Simeloff = Top developer, now in the Sun Identity Manager team. Truly, Ez is the dog’s bollocks when it comes to Java programming.
So – a lesson to us all – carefully proofread screenshots before they go live.