Yes, that's the kind of sociopathy I was talking about, thanks for the example.
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Yes, that's the kind of sociopathy I am talking about, thanks for the example.
That would make sense if it was big companies who use that word, but it isn't.
I find it strange that Uber doesn't try harder to fix this problem.
Not at all strange. They are sociopathic libertarian company devoted to "disruption", which is generally code for "we break the law if it gets in the way of us making money and we think we can get away with it".
Nobody said lynch mob. That term has a connotation of violence without cause.
No, it doesn't. At all. It means exactly what you are talking about.
Do you realise at all that people die in wars?
Like, people who are not Kim Jong-Un?
Except, you know, that in other societies women are interested in science and technology.
So no. You are quite simply wrong.
Yep, shure. But that is clearly contra-productive for the whole community
Nothing clear about it whatsoever. It means people can actually make a profit, which means they will actually put in the effort to make things that community will benefit from.
And no, with a few notable but very specific exceptions, you can't really make money off GPL'd software.
Sure, if they want to maintain their own fork that nobody uses, they can do that.
If it's MIT licensed it's probably a bit too open for him.
Can you name a person who has been scared to go to a police station because he downloaded an mp3 at some point?
Who is not insane?
There is simply no way this is actually a good faith attempt to benefit the citizenry here. None.
Well I don't know about anyone else, but I'm convinced! I'm glad you didn't try to cloud the issue by any kind of pesky evidence or anything!
Actual, real-world programs do more than "implement algorithms". Turing-completeness is completely irrelevant in pretty much every single practical programming situation.
Yes, MS is well known for suing students running VB.NET on Mono.
At least in the crazy universe inside your head.