The users. They can vote with their wallets, and refuse to use Microsoft software if they don't like it.
Yes, an integral part of thinking. I for one think that shooting up a school would be a very bad idea, but then again I'm not taking any drugs right now.
Unfathomable! Stop the press!
Yes, that would be the primary indicator of trouble. *sigh*
My point was that it's not that useful to compare it to other libraries unless there's feature parity.
Did anybody notice that it doesn't, for example, do client mode at all yet? Or it does, but it doesn't implement cert validation at all which makes it useless as a client at the moment and therefore client mode is disabled. That along with delegating all the actual crypto to other libraries means the entire thing doesn't actually *do* much. No wonder it's only 6kLOC.
When you least expect it, except if you expect it to happen just before taking a backup. Then it'll happen just when you expect it to.
This is why yoú shouldn't use fingerprints as a form of strong ID. School lunch, Disneyland, impersonation is unlikely to be a problem in any significant scale. I wouldn't secure my bank account with it though.
The school and the federal government might find out which students are getting a healthy and nutritious meal and when. This is unacceptable. I get that this is a bit silly but I don't exactly see the privacy concern.
CPU implementations have nothing to do with general mathematics D: Please stop confusing the two.
And how many times exactly have you been happy to get "Infinity" as a result? Pretty much every time I've gotten that there has been an error in my logic. IEEE can define division by zero to return 42 for all I care, but on the mathematical level I don't believe there is a universally good definition for it. Sometimes infinity can kind of make sense (e.g. the slope of a vertical line), but not universally. Therefore, I vote for undefined.
Because that usually means I'm trying to do something that's mathematically meaningless and I'd rather handle the special case than silently get a meaningless result.
Not exactly big unless you only care about iOS/OS X. I don't see a future for Swift outside that niche.
How is it any less of a sport than, say, chasing a ball around on a field?
If this becomes popular somebody will make a cheat device that plugs into your Game:ref and simulates the mouse through it.