Must have been an Apple fanboi in denial mode
...I started ripping my own CDs to MP3 early on in the game and quickly realized that putting my collection in Apple's hands would not let me retain control of my collection.
Take into account that the Windows version of iTune truncates the filenames of the media files unnecessarily. Apple gives the excuse that the truncation is necessary to fit inside the Windows 255 character length limit for pathnames, however, filenames (i.e., the carefully crafted filenames of my media files) are truncated even though the resulting pathname is less than 100 characters in length.
For some reason, Apple seems to think it owns the metadata for my media collection, and can do with it whatever it wants.
I want to be the one in control of my music library. I do not want Apple, acting as a proxy for the media industry, taking inventory of the songs I have and changing the metadata for those songs.
...I've been promoting it since Phoenix,...
I've still got my Firefox "Take Back The Web" t-shirt.
Maybe there should be a "Take Back Firefox" t-shirt....
Just because the other browsers have problems it doesn't mean that Firefox doesn't have problems of its own....
It's Mozilla's problems, not Firefox's.
Mozilla has become so full of itself, it's lost in a cul-de-sac of self-importance.
Mozilla needs to grow past the "we know better" phase and start listening to its users again.
Unless and until Mozilla does that, Firefox will continue losing market share to Chrome.
...You know what, guys? Get over it....
Maybe Mozilla should "get over it", bring Firefox back to its roots, and stop making Firefox more and more bloated with superficial features whilst significant architectural issues remain unresolved.
.... If they are storing their photos on facebook, they ARE storing them in the cloud....
In a general sense, correct.
However, when I said "cloud-based storage" I meant the cloud service was a storage service, not a social media service. If I had meant facebook, I would have said cloud-based social media service.
They could just delete most of the photos after they age a bit, analyzing it with some of their AI whiz-bang software....
More than a few of my [real world] friends use facebook as their archive for photos, eschewing local or cloud-based storage for their historical family photos. They would be unhappy if facebook were to randomly start deleting photos just because they've been on facebook for a period of time.
Of course, I've told those friends that facebook may not have the same photo-preservation goals as they do, but they seem to be unconcerned.
...but this particular comparison is...
Thanks, that is what I meant to imply.
... it's just a little more than 1% the size of OpenSSL...Notably, s2n does not provide all the additional cryptographic functions that OpenSSL provides in libcrypto, it only provides the SSL/TLS functions....
So then, aren't size comparisons between OpenSSL and s2n at best useless, and at worst intentionally misleading?
I post an opinion here and it is mod'd as flamebait. Must be some Apple fanboys around.....