Especially if those automated software deployment packages like SCCM are Microsoft products.
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Thanks for the bug report
Those shiny distributed file systems run on top of boring local filesystems.
So tux2 was ready in 2000, and it took 14 years to rewrite it to avoid parents? Oh how much patents help innovation!
Few more years and those patents will expire and we can use both!
Tux3 is a better design. Tux2 was more along the lines of ZFS and Btrfs, that is, multiply-rooted trees sharing subtrees. Tux3 is a single tree with exactly one pointer to each extent. Considerably easier to check and repair. Of course we need to see if it turns out that way so please stay tuned.
Indeed, different aims. Tux3 has the modest goal of being a light, tight and fast filesystem without ambition of also being a volume manager.
As a manager, I can tell you that I need to spend some hi-bandwidth time with my people on a regular basis
As a verteran engineer, I can tell you you're an idiot and a liability for whichever unlucky company you work for.
Lower res pictures with bigger pixels?
Yes. My 20D with 8 megapixels takes much higher quality pictures that any known cell phone, or any point and shoot with 50% more nominal pixels. It's not just the vastly better optics, it's also the quality of the sensor.
I have never had any issues with any Li-ion batteries as long as they are properly maintained. That means do not let it run below 20% (yes, it means stop yakking on the phone and stop playing games on the phone if it is that low).
In which universe does that qualify as acceptable usability for a consumer device? Especially considering that typical high end smart phones don't even last a day, just running maps or other moderate loads.
SD cards are going away on phones
Sounds like wishful thinking from someone who doesn't have one. SD cards are plenty fast enough for me. I would far rather have an SD card than be forced to futz around with USB cables, dongles, adapters etc. I have some Android devices with SD card and some without. I have a strong preference for the devices with SD cards. That's one of the big annoyances of the Nexus 4, no SD card. Plus, needing a special tool or a pin (problematic on an airplane) to get the SIM card out is just plain idiotic. But I digress. I note that Samsung has begun to see the error of their ways in that regard.
All the big companies do this today not to mention HR wants them editable so they can highlight things.
You're making that up. The vast majority are happy with pdf, and if a company insists on
Microsoft knows how to reclaim home computing. They need to make your computer the system that you use to watch TV.
That's quite funny. My last TV (from LG) came with a copy of the GPL because it runs Linux. I think this is pretty common. I can assure you, there are zero TVs running Windows.
You are truly an idiot. Please post again and confirm.
Good point. Because the source code is available, Torque3D can be ported to both iOS and Android. And to any other platform anybody cares about. Thankyou for illustrating the power of open source.
Ported to isn't the same as supports.
Yes it is. You better get a refund on that dictionary you're using.
I think there's some confusion. The id tech engines are under the GPL, so all games/tools/etc created from it must have their source released.
Torque 3D is under the MIT license, so no one has to release their source regardless of the type of project.
And as a bonus, the good bits could be imported into a GPL project.
The previous article said they were going to release it to the open source community. This one announced the opening of the actual git repository. Subtle difference.
Unfortunately, a difference subtle enough to be lost on the submitter.