That petabyte must be without any compression. The Hobbit (HFR, 3D) as used by a digital cinema projector still fits on a 500GiB hard drive.
That term is not specific to the US president's wife any more. It refers to any head of state's wife.
In that case, you can replace ä by ae, ö by oe, ü by ue and ß by ss.
That statement wasn't all that silly. Most users will never manually control this.
I've seen GUIs in Java applications that were much better -- both in quality and speed -- than most "native" GUIs. Of course they didn't use Swing.
To dry it.
What about IRC bots?
Put it in
What about twitter utilities?
Depending on what kind of twitter utility, either put the link in the bio or put it into the response to a help comman.
What about RSS?
What about a programmable light switch?
You don't have to offer the source code to anyone who physically uses the switch, AGPL only covers interactions via a computer network.
One could argue that not all of these are really prominent, but then again, the GPL itself demands a prominent copyright notice. And even in the case of bash, the most prominent copyright notice is hidden behind the --version switch.
Though in the case of software, developers should be required to deposit the source code somewhere. A binary blob in the public domain is still quite useless.
Most hardened Free Software advocates consider Affero to be non-free. It introduces usage restrictions, which go against Freedom 0 ("the right to use the software for any purpose").
That depends on what you call the user: In a way, it's who runs the server that a cloud application runs on. But for me, the actual user is the person who actually uses the software.
It also prevents most code reuse: you can't take a part and put it inside your program if it interacts with users in a way that doesn't provide means of file transfers.
Does the AGPL require a way to download the source code from within the software? I would have assumed that presenting a notice like "This is AGPL software, the source is at http://example.com/foo-source" would be perfectly fine.
Since what Sveasoft does is clearly against the spirit of the GPL, I wouldn't be surprised if a court would struck down this practice if any of the copyright holders challenged it. What exact problem are you referring to with "Androidization"?
The GPL's intent is to make sure everyone can redistribute the software as they want to, Sveasoft's policy does undermine that.
Technically, the suicide is still caused by the time in the military that way.
#define software_patents NULL
#define software_patents void
Hey, nobody said anything about "at the same time"!
This. There will be more than enough programming in your life to come, so you should get other kinds of life experience.
Also, employers like to see these things on resumes.
Even if I did that, it would be much more of a mess than having a clean "/usr/bin". AFAIK, the length of %path% is limited too.
What I do when I want to launch a program that I know the executable name of is to use Search Everything.