Well, considering, there is no official announcement from Oracle that they are pulling OpenSSO from their product lineup. This article/blog entry is mere speculation.
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OpenSSO is not a trademark of Oracle/Sun, you can see a list of trademarks for Sun at http://www.sun.com/suntrademarks/
It's a good thing this vulnerability doesn't allow the host system to be compromised, otherwise we'd be in real trouble!
(AKA: Parent poster is wrong.)
"You get the chance to support the most important free software project on the planet"
What? This sounds like something Theo or a GNU zealot would write
Pretty much, I've been documenting on and off for the past while the various (negative) things that have been happening with the games. It's a shame really.
My (somewhat) compiled list is available at http://peterkieser.com/vancouver-2010/
I don't know why this hasn't been mentioned, but you can set a master password on your Firefox password manager to make sure that your passwords are kept secure via encryption.
You can forward shaw.ca e-mail addresses to your personal email elsewhere.
We have those in Vancouver as well, except we have articulated and single electric trolleys. Great idea, virtually silent.
I don't know where you live, but in Vancouver no roads were torn up to put in tracks or stations built. Our trolley system relies on overhead wires which caused minimal disruption when installation was done and no modification to existing roadways.
Did you actually install it? (or are you a typical
It will stress your RAM, CPU, and GPU or all at once with pretty temperature and utilization graphs (for Windows only): http://www.ocbase.com/perestroika_en/
How is TELUS competition to Shaw? They have a very small footprint for deployment and inferior technology:
You can get a maximum of 2 TV's streaming at the same time with TTV assuming you're right next to a DSLAM/CO and you can only get 3.0Mbps Internet if you have TTV.
The site was announced on Friday July 17 with the first consultation for Vancouver scheduled the following Monday July 20.
Typical weasel politics and tactics used by Conservatives.
.. Or, hung off bridges?
Yes, but I think you have to take Price vs. Reward: The X61 is a very attractive offering if you look at the price point of it.