English isn't my first language.
English isn't my first language.
Sorry, I liked the life size Gameboy better:
Of course these companies should do that. I wouldn't be surprised if many will do so.
What I meant was, more people could be on the mailinglist and look at the code as it develops. You only have to look and say: this looks a bit off.
I'm not saying you should be a formal reviewer that signs off on changes like the Linux kernel developers do.
Great, the OpenSSL project needs more people working on it (even if only reviewers).
You are volunteering I see ?
Euh, sure, maybe operating systems in HTML is a good idea. But the problem is, all the major browsers are written in C++.
PS Mozilla is writing a new engine Servo in the new Rust programming language.
I'm sure you have heared of Moore's Law ?
Did you know solar panels are on a similar course ?:
Here is what I remember:
- things like cataract for retina scanners
- wear/tear and less grease for fingerprints
- facial recognition had problems with parts of the face sagging
- also applies to ears
And these aging processes are ongoing they keep changing things, you can't scan one year and have it still work 2 years later. So really annoying for passports.
It is somewhere part of a possible German talk which should be on http://media.ccc.de/ about biometrics and statistics from countries who create passports with biometrics.
If you can understand German, I'm willing to look for it, I might have eventually remember which one it is.
There are a whole lot of things PostgreSQL was less user friendly, but they take their time and keep improving it in a consistent way. It has many, many features.
Personally I really like PostgreSQL. It scales really well.
And if there is anything missing, there might be things some people want.
But I think you'll find it will be added in the next 3 releases. 9.4 is now in development:
- upsert/merge in 9.4
- basis of logical replication in 9.4 (has been available in out of tree tools for many years), upcoming versions will built on that.
I'm not sure what people still need if those are done other than multi-master. And this is where logical replication can really help. We don't know if the developers will implement it of course. These things take effort and time.
Also if you want a key/value store, there is also http://symas.com/mdb/ from a company of some of the OpenLDAP developers.
Which really seems to be have the fastest read performance of them all.
Yes, that is what I would wanted to point out too.
Also in PostgreSQL 9.4 it has jsonb which is, in certain tests less than a year ago, faster than MongoDB.
It it also age discrimination. At the age of 65, all biometrics go moosh, blurry, they start to get useless.
So if you _require_ biometrics, you have age discrimination.
I like your username analogy.
Android 2.x is still out there for about one year. Judging by how the marketshare is dropping.
And IE on XP is now finally dying out. I hope. Although if you draw a line to 0. It's still 3.75 years before it gets there.
So I predict SNI is 3 years off ?
"known for 2 years"
No, no, this has been the code part of the stable release of OpenSSL for 2 years. The bug has only been known by non-blackhats for up to a few weeks.
If anyone else like a blackhats or NSA or whoever knew about the bug before hand, we don't know.
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