3D printing right now tends to scratch an itch for somebody. Recently the GF had a part break on a brand new lamp. Nothing fancy just a utility light for her crafting room. 30 seconds of searching on thingverse to find that multiple people have come up with a better replacement. Mind you I'm a wood guy a few minutes with a scrap of hardwood and a shop full of tools would be my normal response but had a new toy to try out.
You'll kick yourself later if you hit a bug that was revealed by a warning which was ignored.
Yes, it's called highsight bias, and there's an entire subfield of psychology devoted to its study, and a related subfield of behavioural economics which applies cost/benefit analysis to the human self-kick behavioural reflex arc.
There are educated self-kicks and there are also blind mice self-kicks.
As the other poster says, OpenSSL isn't an OpenBSD project - what is going on here is a full blown fork of OpenSSL by the OpenBSD team, who are putting their money where their mouths are because when the heartbleed bug came out it was noted that the issue could have been mitigated on OpenBSD if the OpenSSL team had used the system provided memory allocation resources.
So this is less OpenSSL and much more OpenBSD SSL being created.
( Assumption... if it works, it could be made much cheaper on an industrial scale ).
South Africa gave up its nuclear program after the fall of the apartheid regime.
Lat and/or longitudinal difference. So a DC in NYC might have a DR site in FL but the preference would be LA all other things being equal.
Theres a lot of evidence linking the Israelis to the South African nuclear weapons program with a lot of people thinking it was a "legitimatised" nuclear program that would only get SA into trouble internationally while Israel could walk away with a lot of improvements scot free, so if US technology and material ended up in Israeli hands, then I have no doubt equally that some of it then made its way on to apartheid South Africa.
Would it not be simpler to consider both facility's as one as far as DR planning goes? Assuming they do not do anything that requires sync replicated SAN's (distance limited due to max latency) you want a DR facility in another time zone.and or growing zone.
Shouldn't that be illegal?
If you are a college graduate who has invested tens of thousands of dollars into education and is expecting a return on that investment, if some businessman can get those skills cheaper overseas, its just good business.
If you are some business who has invested tens of thousands of dollars developing some product and is expecting a return on that investment and someone can bypass that and simply download the work from an overseas server, that is copyright violation, violation of patent, or some other way of saying "theft" and is verboten.
It just depends on how big you are and your relationship with the government on whether this action demonstrates "good business skills" or is considered "theft". Its really a fine line; I often cannot tell which side of it to be on myself, as I know that the game is rigged, and trying to be an honest player is a sure way to lose.
My personal ethics and the reality of my environment are usually at odds with each other big-time on these issues, which is why I have done my damndest to "drop out" of it. Doing science is what I feel I was borned to do, but putting up with the politics of the management classes goes against damned near everything I hold true.
It stood up where there was an actual contract or financially backed transaction in place, not just off the back of a random click on a website.
About $.12 a round, actually. 7.62x54R is cheaper than
(For the record, I've killed zero people with my gun. Come and take it.)
You really have no idea. Go find a Mosin Nagant, an ancient Russian military rifle capable of hitting a target at over 200 yards with a high-power round for about $100.
Are expensive guns better than cheap ones? Sure! But there are cheap (and effective) guns for anyone who wants one.
(A clip is not a magazine...)
LTO6 drives at 2500 bucks the cards that connect them about 200. Break even is about 55 tapes worth aka 55 3tb drives worth or 110 50 packs of disks.
However we may get to vote on whether they take it from the left pocket or the right pocket.
I would like to see the American people demand meaningful elections.