I seriously hope YOU are a troll... Otherwise, faith in humanity decreased.
Perhaps it's time to learn to fly using only the power of our minds.
These type of suggestions seem to be easy to make...
Documentation for Qt is top notch as well.
1) This could be a factor. I don't develop for OS X but it could be relevant to some (Although, personally, I feel there's too big of an obsession about "look and feel" from mac users).
2) This is barely relevant, imo. MOC does a great job and code generators have always been a good thing if you know what they generate and are one way only.
3) This could be a factor although I don't usually see a problem with dynamic linking.
for Qt, there's PyQt (I've used it and it's great) and PySide (no idea).
I used WxWidgets a couple of years ago and while it was easy to learn, it was nowhere near Qt in terms of features and documentation. Still, I hope it does well. I've seen plenty of nice programs using it.
Besides, "fire, blood and horror" wouldn't win anyone to your cause and, before you're able to organize sufficient manpower to actually matter you'd be easily found out and imprisoned.
You're the tough guy that will talk down on protests and demand for a real revolution while not getting away from his keyboard.
Or arch, if he likes the latest of the functional things he uses and proper control of that initial configuration. Of course, he should be willing to learn a bit in the beginning but once that learning curve is over, it's a breeze.
Android is software. If you tell people to buy X phone and X has good hardware I'm sure they won't have a problem. I know my friends who have android have never complained.
Those who buy games on steam have already proven their willingness to pay. Some don't yet use linux, some do. But the track record of paying is already there.
Yep. Delaying sounds like an interesting marketing move. Outright making it exclusive seems like a horrible move. One that could be bad for their image and cause them to lose sales.
Can you prove that it's worse, though?
I have nothing against textbooks (I have a lot of hard and soft cover programming books) but when I commute, I usually can't carry more than 1 or 2. Tablet with epub/pdf's is a blessing.
I'm not saying it's worth the price but it does have some great advantages.
You have slashdot account and you voice your opinions and activities in it (telling us what you do and don't have). If that's not social I don't know what is.
if the niggers in the ghetto were not such a bunch of criminal gangstas then racism would not be an issue,
the bleeding heart liberals and ghetto niggers can holler "racism" all they want, and i will holler "go to hell nigger gangster" because i have a right to know where the danger zones are despite it being populated with mostly trashy criminal niggers
and many, MANY others can be data mined and tied to you (don't think a pseudonym and alternative mail account do much in the way of privacy).
You have absolutely no grounds on telling other people what to do or giving advice about "not getting used by the internet".
Reddit has terms of service and rules that you adhere to when posting or otherwise participating in the community. They don't have an obligation to accommodate those rules to your liking.
That doesn't destroy your freedom of speech. You're free to email or use some other service which allows you to communicate that information. You can try Slashdot, if you want.
I was going to potentially suggest it but saw you already use it.
FreeFileSync HAS batch files that can run and you can always schedule jobs (at login, connection with server, etc). You can customize the sync and even use versioning. It supports names of drives instead of letters as well...
Anyway, I'll add to the voices that said that you need to use some sort of Source Control for projects. Even if it's only to be able to 'blame'.
Not really. They do happen every time (at least in slashdot) someone criticizes a particular policy of the Israeli government, then someone else starts equating it with criticism of Jews.
We went over this when wikileaks Material was posted to
It's your responsibility. Not the site's. Otherwise, they'd have to accomodate to every small request.