Gotta catch them all!
Gotta catch them all!
They'll let you set up your booth and start selling your wares, but out of nowhere they'll just up and take over, thinking they can sell your pop and water better.
I expect to see a lot of anti vaxx outrage and legal challenges, but this is a good first step.
Said no one ever. And who owns Packard Bell now? The company that thinks they'll outlive them all.
THEY ARE NOT FUNNY.
If its on the fringe, and the price is dropping, that is not what a sane person would consider as "thriving".
I could never, in good conscience, support a foundation stained by those events. Look elsewhere, there are many small media boxes that don't have Broadcom chips in them and that truly support the open source philosophy.
We had a similar issue with our engineers. We had login servers which worked great as they were poorly advertised and woefully underused, but once we had a system in place for them to make efficient use of them, they started to randomly crash. Most times it was due to them trying to submit a job to our compute farm and end up running it on the login servers, but sometimes it was malicious and a deliberate attempt to get a few extra CPU cycles at the expense of others. For us, the solution was rolling our own virtual desktop farm. We used KVM for the hypervisor, python for the back end control, and php for the front end web interface. We used Active Directory for authentication and rights management. That way we could control precisely how much resources each engineer had rights to.
As you are working at a school, it is not without reason to believe that you can use the students to help develop a system to manage the virtual instances. With a bit of forethought and a limit to the specifications, you can have a simple VDI broker developed and tested in a month. And if you avoid my mistake and use the libvirt API, you will even have the ability to easily expand the system to using linux containers.
We officially rolled out centOS6 earlier this year, and we were hit hard by the transition from KDE3 to KDE4. In the end all we could do was either recommend that users either go to gnome, or switch to Trinity (KDE3 fork). I expect that we'll have similar challenges when transitioning to CentOS7 in 2 years unless KDE4 was fixed in CentOS7, except then we'll have challenges with both KDE4 and Gnome3.
Charles H Moore is not on that list, and it is a travesty that he isn't. Forth doesn't get a lot of press, but it is still extensively used despite being over 40 years old.
They had the same problem prior to the year 2000, so why wasn't this lesson already learned?
I've spent more for less. Best case I get a toy to play with in October. Worst case I do a CC charge back (assuming I can do one 6 months after purchase).
I agree. This problem is easily scriptable using python so I'm honestly surprised a legitimate researcher is asking slashdot instead of jumping into a writing a python script.
Don't sweat it -- it's only ones and zeros. -- P. Skelly