I didn't expect that.
Clearly it should be extensible in Lisp
So now there's no Gnome or KDE on anything but Linux.
That is Lennart's plan. Here's what he says::
think we need to ask ourselves the question if we do ourselves any good
if we continue to support all kinds of kernels that simply cannot keep
up with Linux anymore."
I guess we'll see how writing non-portable *nix code as a strategy works out in the long run. I'm not a fan of the idea. It certainly makes for some big trade-offs. I like having the same desktop available on multiple platforms (and different Linux distros don't count for that).
More specifically, systemd is Linux-only. The devs have explicitly stated that they are making good use of Linux-specific features. Fine, but if third party software becomes dependent on it then that implies they won't work on *BSD at all. Right? So now there's no Gnome or KDE on anything but Linux.
Seems reminiscent of "embrace and extend" in spirit.
It has its charms.
Even if some Marine Lieutenant Colonel writes a memo advocating actions to take during nuclear war or mass insurrection, that doesn't either make it national policy or legal. It is nonsense.
Reached by telephone Sunday at his home in northern Virginia, Brinkerhoff denounced as 'ridiculous' the report involving him and the Marine now at the center of the Iran-Contra scandal.
Saying he left government in 1982, Brinkerhoff added, 'There never was a plan to install martial law or martial rule. The whole purpose of emergency preparedness is and was to maintain civil rule.
'A lot of memos and lot of plans were written. We have a responsibility to plan for mobilization in case of emergency or war. As far as some evil plot
The missing idea is known as MILITARY SUPPORT TO CIVIL AUTHORITIES: THE ROLE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE IN SUPPORT OF HOMELAND DEFENSE
That's not martial law.
War is terrorism.
Words have meaning and you aren't getting either war or terrorism right. It appears the "ever helpful" Juan Cole has mislead you.
WW1 and WW2 were war, not terrorism.
Probably not. It is pretty common for people to become radicalized during or after their education. If it was all planned you would expect to see clustering around majors that directly related to creation of bombs or weapons, but I doubt that is the case. Mohammed Atta, the ringleader of the 9/11 attacks, studied architecture and urban planning. He was strongly influenced by the Muslim Brotherhood during his education.
There is obviously a correlation between being dateless and becoming a terrorist.
It probably isn't especially high. It isn't hard to find examples of suicide bombers that were married.
You see to be contributing a few yourself.
No Mig-29 has ever locked a Turkish plane in the region. The Russians have none there.
That's not true, it happened just last month, as shown below. Also, planes are mobile, they can come and go.
As already reported, on Oct. 3 and 4 October the Turkish airspace was violated by Russian Air Force Su-30SM and Su-24 aircraft in the Hatay region.
During the first incident, the Russian Su-30SM (initially referred to as a Mig-29 by the Turkish military) maintained a radar lock on one or both the F-16s for a full 5 minutes and 40 seconds before the aircraft departed the Turkish airspace. As explained, this was a rather unusual incident: violations occur every now and then, but usually aircraft involved in the interception do not lock on the “target” in order to prevent dangerous situations.
Well it happened again on Oct. 5 and, to make the whole story more mysterious, it looks like the aircraft was identified as a Mig-29 from an unidentified nation/air force.
According to the Turkish General Staff, the Mig-29 locked on at least one of 8 TuAF F-16s performing CAP (Combat Air Patrol) on the border with Syria. What is more, the lock on lasted 4 minutes and 30 seconds.
Small strays at the bad side of a border are common and are not worthy of an incident.
If you refer to that quote above, Russian aircraft have previously sent many minutes in Turkish airspace, and put a radar lock on Turkish aircraft while in Turkish airspace. The Russians haven't merely had "minor straying" into Turkish airspace, but highly provocative and lengthy ones. The Russians are playing a dangerous game.
The Turks are clearly looking for war with Russia for whatever reason.
You seem to have it mostly backwards there. The Russians are trying to intimidate the Turks as they have been trying to do with some other countries, such as nuclear threats against Denmark.
Or their political leaders do not realise Russia is not Armenia and they are going to react.
I think it is the Russians that are mistaking Turkey for a country that won't react, and they are testing NATO resolve. Will Obama's America back them? Who knows?
Until now, if you watch the images of Russian planes in Syria, you see they fly with old air-air missiles (R-27s) which show they didn't really expect anyone would be dumb enough to start a fight with them.
The Russians probably though nobody would push back to their provocations.
The R-27 is still in front line service, and new variants continue to be developed. Your comment seems to be nonsense.
I hope NATO will stay out of this. If they start a WW3, I desert. I won't fight or even pay taxes for islamists.
If Russia attacks Turkey then Turkey is well within its rights to seek NATO assistance. Turkey would be expected to assist if another NATO country, say France, were to request assistance.
Europe has a growing number of Islamists within its borders.
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