Not on the BBC, they don't.
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This has happened with regenerations before - Romana (Lalla Ward) made a point of taking the likeness of someone she'd encountered previously
Microsoft, are you listening?
Your local work environment must be really desperate for people if knowing how to use a toothbrush and soap is supposed to be a relevant qualification.
Look up "necessary, but not sufficient."
Working 80 hours a week is dumb.
I don't hire dumb people.
I wasn't replying to the question, I was replying to your comment:
So you want use open source software but you don't want to open source your own?
I was drawing attention to the fact that GitHub use open source software, but don't open source their own (although if you're wallet is fat enough, they'll license you a black-box appliance to run on your own hosts) - which is what you seem to be criticising the question for.
You have my deepest sympathy - for using VSS, at least.
On the other hand, I have no way of knowing if you deserve to get punched in the face several times a day...
Mostly because many of those projects weren't using Berkely for what it was intended for, but had no better solution for their use case - these days, there are several alternatives (SQLite being one of the more popular examples)
Does SVN still force all my pending changes into one commit? (and one commit message to rule them all?)
For what it's worth, SVN has never done this - you can specify which files to commit in a given changeset.
Does SVN still force my commits to be immediately visible to everyone else
Not if you don't want it to. You can configure access control such that everyone has their own private branches on the server.
(but despite the fact that neither of these are valid complaints, git is still a much better tool that svn IMO).
50% of people are dumber than the median, not the average.
You mean like GitHub?
Yeah, I realised that about 0.00000001 seconds after I hit submit - ah well
Stay hoopy, frood.
Is that you, Ford?
Detection is more efficient; reporting is WAY more efficient.