A quick list of notable features includes:
— iTunes wireless store
— Easy access to caller-specific ringtones
— Mail attachments (e.g., PDFs, Spreadsheets) can now be viewed in landscape mode
— Stock and Weather listings are now swappable (order listed)
— Additional text-message sound effects
— Data roaming on/off switch
— Developer debugging for Safari (accessible by setting)"
This declaration followed the advice of a report titled 'Stemmen met vertrouwen' (voting with trust) that proposes a return to paper voting. The report states that paper voting presents the most assurances for a transparent and verifiable voting process.
The report does not completely preclude the use of computers but suggests that computers should only be used to print the vote on a paper ballot that can be verified by the voter. The vote would not be retained on the computer but the paper ballots could be counted electronically after the polls close.
Common sense seems to have prevailed on electronic vs paper voting, at least in the Netherlands."
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The Open Source Developer Labs and the Free Standards Group, two groups trying to standardise and steer Linux, have merged in an effort to increase their influence.
The new group is called the Linux Foundation, the companies plan to announce today. "It made sense to combine two organisations that serve a similar function and have a lot of similar members," said Jim Zemlin, who had been executive director of the Free Standards Group and now is leader of the foundation..."
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