The Rafale and the Eurofighter are the same age (they actually date from the same initial development program, from which the Eurofighter countries left because they didn't want a carrier capable variant), it just looks like the Eurofighter is newer because it spent longer in development hell.
No they aren't actually, the F-35A and C have no compromises caused by having to accomodate the B variant, as its the B variant which compromises for its own capability (it has smaller weapons bays, a lower fuel capacity, shorter range etc etc).
Uhm, no one said that the bulk of the US future airplanes must take off and land like helicopters - there are three variants of the F-35, and only the F-35B (which will be bought by the US Marine Corp, as well as the UK) has VTOL capability. The bulk of the F-35 order (around 1,600 planes at last count) will consist of the F-35A, which is completely conventional. The third variant is the F-35C, for the US Navy.
It helps your argument if you actually sound like you know wtf you are bitching about.
That would be the case if you linked their bank card to their Google account, and not your bank card to their Google account, or even gave them access to your bank card on your Google account.
A child taking money from your wallet without your knowledge is no different to this situation.
Wallet manufacturers must be quaking in their boots.
I chose my words as I intended it to be taken - the post I was replying to intimated that the Wine people only trust code that originated internally, rather than from an external source such as Valve, because then they can guarantee its heritage. Which is ironic considering the source of the last issue was internal, and thus wouldn't have been prevented by their current stance.
Wikipedia has some really bad rules about editing and information - no "original research" for example, so basically nothing can be added to the sum total of human knowledge as Wikipedia considers it, until its been posted on some blog somewhere first...
I've seen Games Workshop fictional universe articles pop up with the "needs third party citations" label, as apparently the original source material isn't good enough for Wikipedia...
Odd considering their (Wines) last copyright cockup was entirely due to an internal contributor committing decompiles of Microsoft binaries as contributed code...
Yes, 3.5 years while under no international scrutiny or interference, with a near to unlimited budget as you can get, and without the threat of your infrastructure being destroyed at any moment in time.
No country in the world enjoys those advantages today.
Yup, I'm on a 3G contract (specifically not 4G) and I can get HSDPA, so its definitely not considered 4G here.
Your understanding of what is required is a little off - the root CA holder can indeed "retroactively" sign any certificate they want, and your browser would merrily accept such a signed alternative cert without raising any errors because it would never see the original cert. The very act of installing the root CA in the browser allows them to completely replace any other cert signed by any root CA and not cause errors to occur. The only opportunity they would have however to do this would be if they were proxying the traffic between you and the internet.
This is the UK, totally different wiretap law - this doesn't breach it, its their network and they can intercept what they wish.
With all due respect, you are pretty much talking 100% bullshit - mono is way more advanced than you suggest it is, and its a no-brainer that of course it won't run native code, but as I have yet to come across a library which is actually mixed mode that doesn't seem to be an issue.
But it isn't restricted at all, as I've used the same
Add to that the fact that Microsoft is leaning more and more toward Portable Class Libraries delivered via nuget rather than monolithic libraries delivered centrally, and PCLs are targeted toward a base standard which runs on all