It's under CC-BY-SA, which does. So yeah.
Apple are now one of a growing list (including geocaching, and foursquare) to Switch2OSM.
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Not true. MicroNAS gave a PCM codec for their chip.
What do you mean, Xfree86 is totally still relevant!
Except the button placing was independent of themes last I checked. Maybe they fixed that?
But don't forget about the Americans who prefer Celsius, I hear they do exist.
Do you really think both of them voted in this poll?
Because any XML structure will be beyond terrible for efficiency. You want to know how to get to point B today, right?
Twitter's infamous 'Fail Whale' was also called into action as servers at the micro-blogging site crashed as 66,000 Tweets were made within a 60-minute period.
That's it? That's all it takes to bring Twitter to its knees? A measily 18 tweets per second? Do they manually transcribe the messages after having read that an air gap was the most effective security you could get? Or is the article plain wrong.
Seriously confused here.
Gentoo managed to get this kind of setup working years ago, didn't they?
So did Debian. Debian GNU/kFreeBSD as the port is poetically named has existed for a long time (see mailing list archives). This story is just about it being accepted as an official part of Debian. Who got there first? Who cares.
Do one job and do it well
That's UNIX mentality, but you're applying it where it makes no sense. It's fine when you can have as many little tools as you like, but I don't want to have to carry a phone, a gps, a camera, a texting device, a pda, a handheld gaming device, etc. when I can get it all in one phone. If you want a phone that's only a phone, get one. There are plenty out there, but the vast majority of people enjoy having multiple devices in one.
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all a groups copyrighted work was suddenly available for download for free
I keep seeing this mentioned, yet Youtube only holds 47 shortish Monty Python clips. Where can I see the rest of their stuff then? Do people simply not care, and just assume that everyone else is right when they say that MP put all their stuff online?
2) Rockbox's "talking menus" are nothing like the system Apple have patented
I'm sorry, but it's exactly like Rockbox' talking menus. Have you ever tried it? Knowing how it works, you couldn't tell from reading the patent application that it wasn't talking about Rockbox.