Yeah, I know of codeplex, but open source stuff that ships with windows is still rare, is it?
another link: http://mzl.la/1G0vCdX
"Today, Firefox uses SSLv3 for only about 0.3% of HTTPS connections." : https://blog.mozilla.org/secur...
The browser vendors act this fast only because SSL 3.0 isn't used for almost all connections.
Computer Security is boring to most people, and when you give them funny names, or funny logos, issues become more likely popular, and are easier memorized.
finally I can run a headless phone.
From the last weekly meeting of oneget developers I can tell that the chief developer wants to integrate oneget into the traditional Microsoft update UI.
Thats something very odd by Microsoft. I just think: WTF? Microsoft and Open source? and even more: Microsoft and open source that ships with windows?? Really, something has moved in redmond.
Simple. They control the nanodevices, so they control the apps to control the nanodevices. They add ads to the apps. They profit!
Yeah, the 99% are PC market share:
Flash has an install base of 99%. Of the 1% that don't have flash installed, there are some people (like me) who dislike it, but welcome the open web with all its new standards. So the people who have a worse experience (as they can't not install those 'bloaty features') are less than 1%. And even for you the situation improves. You can turn on and off everything you want or don't want, at least in firefox, in which there are about:config settings for most of the APIs. With flash you have a very binary choice. And for the other 99%: everybody who uninstalls flash is a reason more to have such APIs in the browser.
In their blog post, they pledged to implement opus for webrtc. Let's hope they also enable it for <audio> elements. But still I'm very happy about this, as perhaps one day I don't need a closed-source native application to chat and talk with my friends over skype.
ORTC can be seen as a microsoft troll of google, which has invested a lot of money into webrtc: http://bloggeek.me/ortc-webrtc...
With WebRTC, google has a head start. With ORTC, the bias isn't as great.
And speak with your hand in front of your lips, in case the AI knows lipreading.