When you get a project with a bazillion vendors and no "benevolent" dictators... It will end up as politicware.
See Openstack or SDMI.
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1060 West Addison Street
Chicago, IL 60613
(Elwood was too obvious to store managers)
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Chicago, IL 60611
(Address verification on SCO Unix 3? HA!)
The software was Xfree86 vs Xorg. The quickest way to get up to speed on the politics of that fork is here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X... XFree86 was the default X server for 15+ years till it made a nasty license change and all the distributions dropped it like a hot potato for Xorg in 2009.
Wow. The core of Chef is Erlang which allows modules to load in ruby,perl, python or whatever you want. The client is in ruby.
Excluding the top tools on the market because of zealotry against the language? Wow.
Microsoft could infiltrate the FSF and issue a GPL 4. All those GPL "OR ANY LATER VERSION" are at the whim of the FSF being a benevolent organization in the future.
Conspiracies are hard to pull off.
We have a Cradlepoint MBR1200B with Verizon LTE service as tertiary fail over for our headquarters. The router is about $800 for router + modem + replacement 4G antennas. $500 for a static IP from Verizon. $50 a month for a sim and basic service. (If we ever need it, we expect to pay overage.)
Use meta cloud scaling tools like RightScale or Scalr. Create hybrid cloud solutions across AWS, RS Cloud, Google, Azure.... doesn't matter.
And completely forgetting that both Puppet and Chef are both ruby based and not going anywhere. Rails may die.
The article doesn't list the days in question.
There are certain days in the winter where there are icy conditions and cars slide through lights or rolling right turns for safety reasons. Of course, the cameras don't care.
Whoosh. (You guys are +5ing bad facts again). The point the AC is trying to make is that Admiral Grace Hopper has a title, and it should be used to honor her career.
Also, the Commodore to Rear Admiral changed occurred in 1985, and Admiral Hopper was involuntarily retired in 1986.
Compelled vaccination would fall under implied power. Random fact of the day: ICE's jurisdiction is an implied power.
Here are the relevant parts of the constitution:
"Implied powers are which can reasonably be assumed to flow from express powers, though not explicitly mentioned. The legitimacy of these powers flows from the "General Welfare" clause in the Preamble, the "Necessary & Proper Clause", and the "Commerce Clause." " (Quote from Wikipedia)
One company I worked at had a Flavia machine. Flavia is expensive as hell but the packages always work. Then they got rid of it for regular coffee. I left. (One of many reasons).
The next company had regular coffee and then "upgraded" to a Keurig machine. Every other day the machine would overflow is some spectacular fashion. I left.
My current company had regular coffee,was acquired and a perk of the new megacorp is Flavia machines in every office. Happy bee.
The patent on the Keurig has run out, so they are going to try and borrow the playbook from HP/Lexmark/et all? Hahaha. Sell short.
Nasty, nasty license. GPL used to cause lawyers to run around with the flamethrowers, then they learned all the nuances and all was well. AGPL? Now they run around with flamethrowers and nukes. As they should...
The entire source tree for a git repository is in git clone, with the magic sauce of "--mirror" to get the full repository. This is an advantage for open source distributed teams, but not a great methodology for closed source development like this was.