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Comment Re:Rape in America versus India. (Score 3, Insightful) 399

Official rates doesn't tell all the truth: in societies where women are repressed, rape cases are likely to go unreported. BTW, it's very unlikely that there are more cases of rape in the US, where there is not a tradition of classifying some women are outcasts, nor anyone there says that outcast women deserve rape.

Submission + - Drush and Drupal Console: Which is best for Drupal 8? (

An anonymous reader writes: Drush is a command line interface that lets you manage your Drupal websites easily. In order to avail the benefits of it, the scripting shell must be installed additionally on your hosting server. It comes preinstalled on SiteGround servers and you can make use of it with your hosting Drupal package. One main advantage of command line tools like Drush is that you can run the commands within the script itself. This seems to be very handy when you have to do a few things repeatedly. So we can say that, a well-written script can save you a lot of time.

Like Drush, Drupal console is also a command line tool which allows you to speed up the development and administration tasks of Drupal websites. Once you install these tools, you can easily perform the actions by simply typing the commands into the terminal window. Actions that generally take multiple steps might require you write some code. One main difference between Drush and Drupal console is that, Drupal console works only with Drupal 8 whereas Drush runs on Drupal 6 and Drupal 7 as well. So, if you are starting to work on Drupal 8, you should use both Drupal console and Drush.

Drush, the longstanding champion

We all know that these days the interest towards Drupal 8 is heating up and there are lots of people who are thinking whether to use Drupal console or Drush. One important thing that all the Drupal developers need to know is that Drush is a longstanding champion which is being used widely and supported in hundreds of contrib modules. But Drupal Console supports the modern Symfony console component which provides a new object-oriented interface for command line tools while exposing the Symfony framework to developers. You yourself can decide which command line tool suits the best for Drupal 8.

If you are expecting an answer to choose between the Drupal console and Drush, both the tools are important for Drupal developers and site builders. If you just go through the introduction of Drush and Drupal console, it provides you a detailed illustration of it and makes you walk through the process of installing Drupal 8 and writing a simple module using both the tools. The experienced Drush users who are new to Drupal 8 can take a lot out of the module creation walk-thorough.

Drush and Drupal console when used together, bring a lot of capability and power to Drupal 8 development. So, mastering both the tools can streamline your maintenance, site building and module development. Use both and get the best results.

Submission + - How ethical is your ethical robot? (

pRobotika writes: If you’re in the business of making ethical robots, then sooner or later you'll have to consider how far the robot goes toward moral agency. Are we ready for robots that are full ethical agents?

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