The same thing happens in the private sector too. We just don't hear as much about it.
Of course the software guy at Dell is going to make noise about anything that competes with Microsoft. If it wasn't for them he wouldn't have a job.
The people responsible should be brought to justice.
See Stardust. Great book hacked to death as a movie.
The current fright isn't enough to scare people?
I'm not a developer and don't know the convention for version numbers but shouldn't they make the rev number of the repaired OpenSSL something more distinctive than adding "g" to the third digit of the new code? Maybe change it to version 2.0.0 or something more obvious.
And they'll love us in the morning.
Washington state is the worst I've ever been in for crap on the roads.
We should all file FOIA requests for our last month's conversations.
Nobody likes a poor thief.
Dianne, petard. Petard, Dianne.
It's time to remove these judges.
Pretty much like every college student.
Nothing is ever a total loss, it can always server as a bad example.