Thanks for letting us know you watched An Inconvenient Truth.
Tolkein? Is that you?
Whups, lol, year fail.
I hear this fallacy a lot.
When I work from home, I'm still pairing up with another developer over skype/tmux, and I am super productive doing it.
It's 2012, there's no reason remote working should incur a penalty in collaboration.
Why does everyone wonder why locally produced food costs so much, instead of wondering why the over processed megacorp garbage is so cheap?
Pointers are pretty essential to a kernel.
Does that quote imply Doug Stanhope believes in God and free will?
When the smartcard is given a public/private key pair, it registers the public key with a basic centralized keystore. Then the ssh server starts refusing key authentication with any client not trying to authenticate against one of the public keys generated by the smartcard setup process.
Due to my moderation threshold missing the comment you were replying to, I had assumed that you were one of those fundie-athiests bringing up religion out of nowhere just to let everyone know how stupid you thought religion was.
But then I read the comment you were replying to and then yours made total sense.
Now we all know it picks on Arabs who pay cash all the bad guys have to do is legally change their name from Mohammed to Hank, apply for a bank card, and order the standard in-flight meal.
So you assume the bad guys have a first name of Mohammed?
So what you're really saying is something more like, "you know, I've met Muslims that weren't terrorists, but at the same time, it seems like all terrorists who want to destroy the US happen to be Muslim."
I don't buy this "the world needs people like RMS" B.S.
Either his ideas are correct, in which case we should adopt them, or they aren't, in which case we shouldn't.
Most methodologies work well in a "development team where everyone is technically solid and works well with others."
Regular 2-4 week iterations, mandatory automated testing, replacing boring waterfall meetings with short 10 minute scrums, and keeping the stakeholders involved at all times are things that every solid developer should welcome.
That's about as far in to "Capital A" Agile I've ever cared to go. Any more than that and we're too focused on process, IMO.
"All religion is toxic and all defense of it merits relentless attack."
Wow, dude. Good luck with that jihad of yours.
I didn't claim to believe in God. Also, read what I wrote, which you quoted, again:
"The common underpinning of faith does not imply that other religions share the institutionalized, wholesale abuse and corruption committed by the Church of Scientology."
Now read it in the context of the post I was replying to. Do you really think I was trying to excuse or ignore the injustices of other religions? I was simply pointing out my problem with extrapolating the transgressions of the CoS to religion as a whole.
"Do it now or take your lying nonsense and stick it where the sun never shines."
Why did you choose to act like such an asshole and end your post with this?