This was a pretty decent kickstarter for an open source project: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/andrewgodwin/schema-migrations-for-django?ref=live
Having a truly open source (and community developed) fork is one of the main reasons, however we actually have been developing features independent of what oracle does. Pretty much the entire MySQL optimizer team left Oracle and moved to the MariaDB project. They took the time to fix subqueries so they were actually usable and improve many other features. Take a look at the comparison:
We (yes, I work for the project) are always looking for new contributors. There are lots of exciting things happening right now.
MariaDB 5.3.3 (currently in RC status) has improved GIS functionality versus MySQL. While sponsoring new features could improve it even further what we are releasing right now might be enough for you. Please give it a try, and talk to us about how we could make it fit your needs better.
Siri's entirely on the phone on the other hand.
Sorry, you are mistaken: http://macintude.net/2011/10/04/apple-unveils-beta-voice-control-service-siri/
Speech recognition will work in English (UK, US and Australian), French and German in it’s beta release. A data connection is also required to work.
(about halfway through the article). That being said, Siri looks more advanced then the default voice recognition built into android, though some similar 3rd party apps exist for android.
In 3.1 on my xoom they do a good job. On the desktop, when you long hold you can drag to a trash can that says "remove" and that simply removes it from the desktop. On the app list, long holding makes "Uninstall" button appear that you can drag too.
If I recall correctly, the next android phone version is supposed to bring a lot of improvements from the tablet version.
Let the speculation begin!
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In fact, not wearing pants in the office will most likely lead to you spending more time at home.
Of course if you will continue to be paid is a different matter