Can't say I'm surprised by this.
If GitHub is not a place of political activism, then explain all the Ruby projects hosted on GitHub.
Except maybe for Links/Lynx, what browser uses that little amount of memory. Firefox has been doing quite well in the more recent versions, it uses less memory than MSIE and Chrome. (No idea about the others).
Not really. You're forgetting the additional support and customization costs which are not covered by the standard contract. And the yearly upgrade/renewal costs.
Why does the NSA want to know my secrets if they are not going to use it?
sf.net was the only project host which still offered release downloads. Not every project can afford a deviated download solutions for all their releases.
Now that sf.net has been compromised, what alternative are there?
It's quite ridiculous considering that the sf.net download mirrors are sponsored.
I, for one, welcome our Jellyfish overlords.
So wtf does MS do for the 5%?
Step 3: Show a throbber when a page is loading. IE doesn't give any indication that it is doing something.
Linux beats Windows.
Order of easiest OS installs I did the last 2 years:
- Debian (about 6 times pressing [enter], and once a down button or something, takes about 20 minutes between second to last [enter] and the [enter] to reboot)
- Ubuntu (needed a few more down buttons and [enter], so, a couple of more minutes before the download+install happens)
- Windows pre-install on a Dell system (takes about 10 minutes, reboot, 15 more minutes, reboot, 10 more minutes, reboot, 20 more minutes, etc.)
- MS-DOS 4 on a modern PC using magnets
- Windows pre-install on a HP business system
After that last surgery I hopefully won't have to see a physician for the next decade...
And that's the 4th time this joke was posted.
The money decides what's illegal.
That the Japanese government a) allows TEPCO to 'clean up' Fukushima and b) refuses any foreign help shows that the problem with Fukushima is and always has been a political one.
Valve's putting the very source code of its operating system in the hands of everyone who wants it just to see what happens.
Valve took our OS, improved it, and is going to give it back. It's the Open Source way.
However, there are still a bunch of propriety extensions in SteamOS. But at least with Valve's effort non-Steam users will also benefit.