No, what I'm saying is that your complaint about sid breaking is misplaced. systemd's problems in sid, if they exist, may be systemd's or Debian's bugs, I wouldn't know and you or the other AC just wrote a general unspecific complaint so it would be difficult to say. But even so, yes, software has bugs, this is why sid exists.
One Debian unstable breakage due to systemd is understandable.
Two Debian unstable breakages due to systemd is disgraceful.
A Debian unstable installation that will likely not boot properly after each update due to systemd, month after month, is unacceptable.
Unacceptable according to whom? The description says:
'"sid" is subject to massive changes and in-place library updates. This can result in a very "unstable" system which contains packages that cannot be installed due to missing libraries, dependencies that cannot be fulfilled etc. Use it at your own risk!'
Debian unstable is a misnomer. Before systemd was introduced, Debian unstable was very stable. Ubuntu's packages are based on the Debian unstable packages, as far as I know.
Before systemd, "stable" in the Debian lexicon referred to an extraordinarily high degree of stability, unmatched by other Linux distros. Even extreme stability appears to be "unstable" when compared to Debian's (former?) overachieving definition of "stable".
Somebody like yourself, who obviously has never used a truly stable Linux distro, probably couldn't understand this.
I ran Debian 15 years ago, you don't need to explain the fundamentals. The point stands that a development branch can break any time by definition, and the introduction of a new init system leading to boot failures here and there comes as part of your decision to run unstable. It's your fault if you upgrade without checking first, it's not systemd's fault. I've lost X or couldn't boot after an upgrade more than once.
Or use the switch built into the settings (under Security and Privacy)
I had been running Debian unstable for years, which contrary to its name was very stable (more stable than the stable releases of many other distros I'd tried, even). But once systemd was installed during an update, it was one broken thing after another.
Development branch of a distro, which is called unstable, sees breakage when switching the init system. A TOTAL SHOCKER.
Matrox HeadCast in 2001.
Uber is very scary. But defining a jurisdiction in the conditions is pretty common.
Maybe Uber simply put in the terms and conditions that US laws applies, place of jurisdiction is US, or something like this. Or the woman knows she has no standing and figures maybe they settle to avoid the bad press. Or whatever.
I just sensed come cultural superiority in that post, and wanted to add the info that the West was very bad in this regard until very recently as well for the benefit of my younger readers
I agree with your reply re the gender issues but would expect that the woman has legal standing in the US against Uber. Else she can't sue anyway
Go suck a cock, faggot. I could easily beat the shit out of a rape supporter like you.
WTF, rape supporter?????
The Wikipedia article says nothing of the sort, so citation needed.
Also watch your fucking mouth when you speak to me, boy.
Learn to read, moron.
Did you even look at the Wikipedia article? It says nothing to support your fabricated claims and everything to support my factual statement.
Marital rape was made illegal by law in:
New Zealand: 1985
US: mid 70ies - 1993 but to this day in some states marital rape is treated more lenient.
Bullshit. The real problem is that women aren't treated like human beings in India. That is why so many rape cases get dismissed and why it is perfectly legal for a husband to rape his wife there.
It was legal in most Western states until roughly the 1980ies/90ies.
The Soviet Union made it illegal in 1922.
Most cars have an off switch which disables it, some cars have various settings, and on some you cannot completely disable it (e.g., it will in any case reenable at highway speeds) such as the new Ford models.
Not sure about mechanical failsaves, but in any case, while nothing is 100% fail safe I generally trust automotive engineers or I would not step into a car. A hydraulic circuit can fail as well, for example.
While your point is well-taken, these people are the best of the best at sprinting quickly or throwing a hammer or at mixing skiing and shooting a small-caliber rifle, they're not necessarily the best at anything else.
And they make mistake while doing these very things.