The data's only "untrustworthy" if you're a fucking dipshit anti-science luddite like mister Maynard here.
This is the kind of guy who puts "some college" on job applications because he once worked at one.
I don't hate BSD or wish anybody ill. These are just my perceptions based on what I've seen.
No, they're not. They're your perceptions based upon what other Linux trolls have posted on Slashdot. Grow up.
The magic's gone since they started seriously dumbing down the game at the end of TBC.... Have only done a trial period or two since then, totally unimpressed. Final Fantasy XIV is it now, unless that goes in a direction that is clearly upsetting to me. I am pretty damn nostalgic for old WoW memories, though. You can never go back.
Revision control systems are not magic; if you edit the repository, you've changed the data. If they're open source like CVS then there's not a hint of obstacle in writing a program to modify the revision control repository, including modifying any metadata like checksums.
Oh, don't worry, they'd make sure to send mvn -o off to space; download times for dependency updates would certainly not be stellar.
OSv certainly appears to be a derivative of FreeBSD (see https://github.com/cloudius-systems/osv/tree/master/bsd).
Oh, the irony. Let's conveniently ignore the fact that OSv is based on FreeBSD.
Because it's much smarter to try to simply leap unassisted over thigh-high barriers, possibly snagging your toes by not being able to leap high enough because you were too macho to do a proper vault, resulting in face-planting and eating concrete. Glad to have you as a parkour instructor!
Congrats on your CTO-ship, Jordan -- seems like you had a great celebration in the Maldives!
"I would guess" you're making shit up. You're willing to throw out anonymity and privacy because some people might be circumventing copyright somehow? You're pathetic. (Or you're a government astroturfer. But I repeat myself.)
I don't think either of you can truly appreciate the distinction between kernel-mode software and user-mode software. User-mode still exists when things go wrong. That's called "your kernel having actually booted up and started running init scripts."
fat soluble chemicals never actually leave (like LSD), they just get stored away in the alrd region
This is wrong. Lysergic acid diethylamide is broken down by monoamineoxidase. This is just like the myth of LSD being stored in your spinal fluid and causing flashbacks or the one of THC being stored in your fat and getting you high when you exercise -- completely baseless.