That's funny, they pretty much won those majorities with Liberal outposts in every major province except Alberta- despite a bloc minorities/majority of seats in Quebec.
In ontario and Nova scotia there is full day kindergarten for 4 and up, which is basically stealth free day-care.
Did he greenlight the Anaconda UI changes in RHEL7, because that trash makes Microsoft look like UI whizzes.
Docker is indeed a godsend to developers and the admins that coddle them. Especially on distributions like RHEL and Debian. It may even allow me to skip this whole RHEL7 debacle but time will tell.
I'm with you but debian is rock solid. I hate ubuntu but find working debian to be sweet sweet stability. Unfortunately it almost never handles the latest new new that developers wantwant.
Lemonparty, what is this 2003?
Legend, and they could appreciate the beautiful thing I have built in all its awk and glory.
Yes, it can be quite amusing on a lonely Friday night to play counterspy.
Absolutely, there is an ASCII goatse just for such MOTD occasions.
>While there are a large number of PowerPC systems in the wild, the "everything else" is so much bigger.
Bigger in numbers, but probably not criticality.
I deliver them to a VM i run just for this purpose, with the background of goatse.cx
I then tell them it's not so much the infection as it is the distention.
I think you underestimate just how much of your world still runs on PowerPC.
Abomination is right. All the new kids and their systemd, reinventing that which was not broken (and was still portable!)
Try doing an non-kickstart installation to see the abomination in all of its glory. Whoever does the UI at redhat should be shot out of a cannon, sufficiently that they land somewhere around the Canonical offices. I've never seen a more disjointed, confusing clusterfuck in my life, and I've used Solaris 7, Windows 8, and Suse 9
I don't know, I tend to support whatever leads us to a more efficient use of our hydrocarbon resources as a society. I look at this as the greatest economic opportunity of our times, as it's pretty clear to me, the remaining hydrocarbons yet to be extracted would be far more beneficial to society as a strategic fuel source, and source of polymers, rather than literally burning it 'up in smoke' out of our tailpipes.