Many, many spamming IP addresses are hijacked hosts that are cleaned up eventually. Are you planning to ban those IP addresses permanently?
So I ask the question, how frequently do you plan top re-validate the addresses that are on your list as still spamming?
The money I save via the solar panels, I'll probably lose due to the higher fire insurance premiums.
...Lithium batteries are widely used because of their high energy density: in other words, their ability to store a lot of energy in a lightweight, compact form. But they have a tendency to cause expensive machinery to go up in smoke....
Now another Republican candidate wants to put bar codes on the people to track them.
Have the Republicans gone insane?
systemd is on the way to turning a sleek, efficient Linux distribution into one loaded with awesome bloatware.
And it looks like there is no stopping Poettering's ego now that it's been unleashed.
You know you have achieved perfection in design, not when you have nothing more to add, but when you have nothing more to take away.
-- Antoine de Saint-Exupery
... Lennart Poettering's long story short: "`su` is really a broken concept.
So every command that Poettering thinks may be broken is added to the already bloated systemd?
How long before there is nothing left to GNU/Linux besides the Linux kernel and systemd?
...Horn and his team have managed to achieve a 22% reduction in file size for JPEG images without any notable loss in image quality....
Without any notable loss in image quality.
Hmmm... that does not sound like "bit-exact" to me.
Sounds like good, self-serving logic for the NSA.
The constant updating of our knowledge as we learn new things?
Amazon sits on those orders for nearly a week before they are shipped.
Only if you explicitly select their slowest shipping methods.
Yup. I am not a member of Prime, and I select the free shipping, which is the slow method you mention.
I can order the same item elsewhere for a price+shipping that is cheaper than Amazon, and get it in a day .
Thanks for agreeing with me.
So your statement is demonstrably false.
Or your test was demonstrably incorrect, as it does not test the concept I stated. You showed that the shipping changes when multiple items are purchased. You did not show that the price of the mouse has shipping costs built in already, and that you were paying extra for shipping you had already paid for.
I think so? I feel pretty confident about it
I'll do my usual of installing the new version to see if the KDE developers have finally come to their senses. To be honest, I don't hold high hopes, as I have seen comments from the developers in the past indicating they were opposed to implementing this simple concept because it made it difficult for them when implementing the [comparatively] little-used feature of going to sleep on one device and waking up on another device. I have trouble imagining the need for that capability, and I have even more trouble seeing why that would be justification to not implement the "remember windows size/position on closure" feature.
So I really hope the KDE developers have come to their senses on this.
I've looked but have not been able to find a global parameter (i.e. affecting all windows) that says, in effect, ~remember window size and location when the window is closed~.
Has such a parameter finally been added to KDE?
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