Umbraco, Orchard? Both mainstream, both mature and both a worthwhile replacement for Wordpress et al.
The complainants are welcome to do the work themselves...
And yet one of the things "fought for" by OEMs during the antitrust battles was more freedom to do shit with OEM installs.
So which would you prefer - more freedom for OEMs, or more freedom for MS to restrict OEMs?
Why is that bad design? It allows access to the system again, but in a way that makes it pretty fecking obvious access has been gained - thats how I would like it to be handled rather than the alternatives of never gaining access or gaining unfettered access with all data in place and no one being aware access was gained.
Drop the bullshit please.
Uh, no they dont - the detector vans have been a long running myth, they never existed.
What "law" stops Scotland being required to take its share of the national debt if it doesn't take the currency? The debt is not linked to the national currency, its entirely separate, just like your debt is not linked to any particular currency.
As I said in my post - "it all depends on your long distance driving experience."
Learn to read the entire post.
In general, there isn't "another side of the story" because Salmond and Sturgeon are spouting the same disproven bullshit time and again - when they start actually giving decent information, I'm sure the BBC will present their side of the story.
Uh, the recession did not happen because of a drop in GDP, the drop in GDP happened because of the recession - removing Scotlands contribution to the GDP will not trigger a recession because it does not indicate a contraction in output, its a redefinition of output (which sounds like a hand wave, but its perfectly valid). Even without the Scottish contribution to GDP, the UK economy will still grow at around the rate it currently is because nothing is happening to affect it.
Actually, more than one country gave up its nuclear weapons after the fall of the USSR, not just Ukraine. The Ukraine issue has much deeper running reasons than are usually discussed.
You realise the reason Faslane is there is because Scottish MPs wanted the investment and jobs in Scotland?
The article is a load of bollocks, moving the facilities has indeed been looked into but the MoD just hasn't committed to any plan given that no decision on independence has been made yet. The only thing the MoD have ruled out is keeping Faslane as a Sovereign Base Area similar to those on Cyprus.
And regarding the last sentence - Scotland does not unilaterally inherit the UK's nuclear deterrent simply because it happened to be on Scottish soil, so they do not have unilateral authority get to dispose of them. The will be passed to the rest of the UK post-independence, who will then make the decision about what to do.
The Government have already looked into moving it and all the jobs related to it from Faslane to Portsmouth or Plymouth - sure, it will cost a few billion to move, but that's peanuts compared to how much Scottish independence will ultimately cost to enact. While the new base is being built and readied for use, the submarines will be homed at a US port already familiar with Trident.
The real question is what are Scotland going to do about their currency post-independence? Parroting the same old lines about a currency union is getting old, especially as all major UK parties have said it will not happen - sure, Scotland could continue to use the Pound long term without permission from the UK, but they want a say in monetary policy, interest rates and a seat at the table on the Bank of England monetary committee, which is what has been turned down by the UK parties.
And yet Salmond and his crew keep saying it will happen (their favourite line is quoting an unnamed "senior civil servant" as saying "of course it will happen" - an unnamed source saying it will versus the heads of all major UK parties saying it won't...) and refuse to outline any other plan.