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Whether looking at a code base would poison you or not, checking a publicly disclosed source code license certainly wouldnt.
systemd is actually a lot of little utilities that each do one thing. If you don't know that, you're probably getting your information from biased sources.
The 'problem' with that line of thought is the systemd utilities are specific to systemd, they dont work with other systems. The unix philosophy isnt about just having lots of different commands, but that those commands work on a standard interface (hence the whole everything is a file aspect of unix even hardware devices). The complaint he's really trying to make is that those utilities are highly specialized and work only with systemd.
Disclaimer: I don't know how true the information on systemd in this post is. I'm just trying to better articulate a point the AC was trying to make.
And this is why I won't buy any Android stuff except the "nexus" line that gets updates.
All google promises on those is 18 months of updates. Although the update to lollipop for my 2012 n7 was a pleasant surprise, it is the first time they've updated a nexus that old.
The hotspot is on a vlan seperate from the subscribers network, whats more is you have to log in with your credentials so follow this plan the only person getting an fbi visit is you.
Would it be ok if the electric company required you to aim your yard light into the street for the publics free use?
your electric company has never tried to sell you "security lighting"? It's exactly that, they charge you money to install a light that shines on the street. You have to pay every month on your bill for it.
People who equate the right to vote with firearms ownership shouldn't be allowed to vote.
The us constitution places greater importance on one of these and not the other, guess which (hint: voting is less important)
Slaves were typically prisoners of war, ie members of one tribe that were captured by another tribe they were at war with. A lot of the "forced prison labor market" are prisoners of the war on drugs
Many studies have shown that it is healthiest to eat mostly vegetables, which is more or less the exact opposite of the paleo diet.
You sure about that? The Paleo diet I heard of involves only 19-35% of your alories from meats, the rest from vegetables. It just calls for non-starchy vegetables
This is where the anti-gun folks have it all wrong. Banning guns will only lead to an increase in knife crimes (ask England)
Last I checked banning guns increased gun crime in england, not knife crime.
Up to $0.25 per Mb in overage fees or $256 per GB.
That sounds like you're talking about subscribers with no data plan, the most expensive overage fee for data plans is $59.96 per GB (not GiB as you mistakenly gave the price for).
However for most of the dataplans it is $10 per GB as per
Elsewhere on their site (burried in http://www.att.com/shop/wireless/data-plans.html It looks like they may be going up to $15 per GB. All of these prices, even the highest of $59.96 per gb are far lower than your listed $256 per GB(sic)
AT&T revised the 'unlimited' contract terms more than two years ago and you agreed to them when you signed a new contract
after the cap you owe a certain amount per gigabyte
You've described AT&T's only data plans new subscribers can get now.
The capped plans are the old grandfathered 'unlimited' plans that no one can subscribe to now. All new subscribers subscribe to say 5 gigs per month and after 5 gigs they charge like $10 per gig