You would also be risking their lives vaccinating them. There _are_ risks involved.
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Is that if you have a medical exception, or conscientious objector that needs a Dr to sign, you will still get your benefits.
"What exemptions will be available for the new immunisation conditions linked to the Family Tax Benefit Part A supplement?
While the Government considers that immunisation is an important health measure for children and families, existing exemptions will continue to be available.
A child may have a temporary or permanent exemption if a recognised immunisation provider determines that receiving the vaccine is medically contraindicated. A child may also receive an exemption from the immunisation requirements if a recognised immunisation provider indicates that the parent has a conscientious objection to immunising their child.
These exemptions will also continue for Child Care Benefit. "
They also do not mention any additional ingredients of these vaccines. But that is another story.
So, do tell. if _you_ are immunized, how does someone else not being immunized put you in danger?
You afraid your vaccine won't work?
and I suppose the telecommuting done with most open source projects doesn't work either?
That makes both kde and gnome are non working projects, but it seems both of them have been working for years, eh?
How many real open source projects are done in the same building?
I wonder if he used his British accent to accept this award?
You mean a bunch of Linux/open source soldiers, mixed in with a few Microsoft and Mac soldiers.
Sorry to say, Maemo does not predate Qtopia. Qtopia was shipped on the Sharp Zaurus in 2003.
Actually no. Maemo is not based on Qtexteded/Qtopia. This version of Maemo is based on GTK+. Development on Qtextended was dropped, and all the developers started developing Qt Mobility and Declaritive UI instead.
all fine and dandy, except I do not have to work/edit with the moc'd code at all.
oh ya, I just love working with auto generated c++ code.
Nokia's ownership of Qt was the only reason Qt got re-licensed under the LGPL, and no, just having an LGPL license does not mean someone has full
control over it's development. So the two are very different things.
I can tell you right now, Maemo will not use Qt Embedded.
'Bad code' is very subjective, and I would like you to prove Qt is slower than Gtk. Just because you say it's so, does not make it as such.
One reason they are going with Qt, is because they bought Trolltech. They could not have that much control over gtkMM, however ancient and unmaintained that code is.
I use Qt Creator, xemacs and vim. On all platforms.
Here's to sensationalism and mis-representation.
Nokoscope was not started by Nokia, but a one or two developers who happen to work for Nokia. It is not an official Nokia project, nor will it ever be, nor is it 'massive'. It will never be installed by default on any Nokia device.
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