Even if you aren't fazed by its quirky workflow, GIMP is buggy as hell and based on a toolkit that's no longer maintained.
If you don't deliver what you've been told to deliver, you shouldn't get paid.
Poor Larry would be living in a cardboard box on the sidewalk in a week if Oracle had to issue a refund every time they failed to meet a delivery.
I hope this isn't because Wayland is that bad, but rather because the Gnome team has learned some lessons about removing the stuff that works and putting in stuff that is not ready for prime time yet.
At the risk of stating the obvious, prepare to have your hopes crushed.
In that case it sounds like the baker is operating a church, not a business.
Only a handful of religions really have a problem with gay people. But so what? It's not like business should allowed to discriminate against religious people or gay people. If certain people don't get along that's not something you solve by letting businesses bully certain minority groups.
It's not like business exists in some kind of vacuum where one can't hurt others in the community. You can argue that it was "anti-business" to require BP to clean up all the oil they spilled, but I'm sure there's an entire industry of fisherman who would disagree.
Anything else is not a freedom it's a privilege.
You mean like driving?
That's the wrong question to be asking. Driving is dangerous enough already -- the right question to ask is what study proves that this type of technology is safe to use while driving.
Except it was built for the World's Fair and intended to be re-purposed as an airport. The Navy base idea came later.
But hey, no reason to let facts get in the way of your knee-jerk response, right?
Glade for GTK+ produces XML for example, just as if you had written it yourself. You can edit it if you want to, or write the XML from scratch and open it up in Glade if you want to fix something visually.
Have you ever had a job where you had to maintain a GTK-based app developed with Glade for more than a couple years?
I'm guessing not. Severe bugs, missing features, crashes -- those aren't the worst parts of Glade. No, the nastiest part is that Glade versions are strongly tied to GTK versions. Want to use Glade version x.y with GTK version n.m? You're fucked.
...if only there was some process we could use by which we could affect change in our government.
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Snowden worked for the NSA indirectly. He wasn't an NSA employee.
Snowden's system was not an NSA-owned computer.
It's hardly Snowden's fault that his fellow employees were too stupid to follow basic computer security procedures, like not entering their passwords on untrusted systems.
If these are the kinds of people who work for the NSA, wouldn't you want them kicked out of their jobs ASAP?