You can add a petty subjective clause if you want to...
I don't consider code quality to be a petty thing.
I have not written a NTP server.
Then there's this gem:
The bootkit can even replace Apple’s cryptographic key stored in the ROM with one generated by the attacker, preventing any future legitimate firmware updates from Apple, the researcher said in a blog post.
The NTP people are generally more concerned about accurate & precise network time than about code quality or security.
(did I say something funny?)
The trouble is the the ntp.org project seems to be more concerned about adding every last neat new feature, and less concerned about the quality of the software they push upon the world.
It's the openssl fiasco all over again.
Maybe I should start hitting the Amazon reviews and flagging all the books whose grammar usage I find confusing.
Let's see, this book uses strange and confusing Capitalization, making it difficult to read. Maybe Amazon should suppress it as well.
Looks like the state Attorneys General are the newest benefactor of policital contributions in the ongoing purchasing of our government by special interests.
The sprawling Ogallala Aquifer in the Great Plains provides freshwater for roughly one-fifth of the wheat, corn, cattle and cotton in the United States. But key parts of the underwater aquifer are being depleted faster than they can be recharged by rain (see map)....
Readability appears to be taking a back seat.
...And then Congress — at the urging of a senator from Mississippi — swooped in and ordered the agency to finish the tower, no matter what....
Got to deliver that pork to the voters, especially when other taxpayers are paying for it.
While I do not look at Sony's latest threat tactics as beneficial to the situation, I also think the news organizations should stop their feeding frenzy.
Indeed, I do take heart to what the article says, as the individual windows on my desktop are taller than they are wide. But If I were to flip my monitor to portrait mode, I'd get less usable screen real estate, not more.
The author of the article seems to use the desktop monitor the way a tablet is used, i.e., a full-screen window for each app. I do not do that on my desktop, I do not want to do that on my desktop.
The author of the article should try using a desktop monitor more efficiently, and stop putting everything in a full screen window.