The KDE mailing lists do this.
We need to drop the gender specific pronouns and use generic ones. That would be a great start in diluting the imagined difference between people of different genders.
Homeopathy today, religion tomorrow! Working towards reason is reasonable and away from it is, well, unreasonable.
Agreed completely. Nobody is forcing anyone to use their service. Ifr you don't like the terms of the service, then don't use it. It's not rocket science.
Using a VPN in this regard is not copyright violation (at least, not by the end user). I connect to a Netflix server using a Netflix account that is being paid for, I ask the server (via my client software) to start streaming me a movie and their server starts streaming it. If they were not allowed to stream it to me then they are breaking the rules, not I.
If you are not permiited to give me something that you possess and I ask you for it, who is at fault if you then give it to me? Surely you would be, not I.
IP address is not a sensible way to tell where someone is. I think Netflix use this mechanism because they are happy for people abroad to pay them a monthly fee to access their service. Why wouldn't they be?
A company can't do this with anything else we buy, so why should it be able to for digital content? If I buy a pair of jeans there is no way someone can stop me from taking them to another country.
The only rule being broken here is that you have to lie about your address when you sign up for US Netflix. That's not a criminal issue, it's a civil one.
The sooner companies realise that IP addresses are not "in" a country the better. IP addresses are not designed to betray your physical location, and nor should they.
Remove government provided welfare. This would encourage people to only reproduce if they can afford to provide for their offspring.
How do laws that are blantently unconstitutional make their way into the law books?
Why do we have religion?
Religion is natural reaction to our fear of dying. Until we find a way to make us immortal on earth, there will always be belief in the afterlife.
Belief in an afterlife doesn't mean there is an afterlife. People who cannot imagine not existing haven't thought hard enough about it. What was if like before your birth?
I think that belief in an afterlife as a way to make us feel better is intellectually dishonest. It's also an extremely dangerous belief as is evident from history and current events.
Sure, but I have my own phone and only I decide what gets installed on it.
Exactly. There should still have been mention that the required app had that functionality.
Honestly, I'm really hoping she wins this. Businesses have far too much invasion as it is, and it's way past time that ceases.
Surely she should have left the phone at home. The employer didn't force her to tack this tracking device with her everywhere she goes.
She should have bought her own phone for after hours and left the work phone at home. No employer can force you to carry their phone when you are not working.
Doesn't look cross platform to me. For example: it appears as if there is no Linux support. The iOS support is a native app which put you at the whim of the Apple approval process. I don't consider that to be cross platform. Web apps aren't subject to that process.
There is no market for linux applications - the key word being "Market". You can't make a living selling your software, unlike BSD, OSX, Windows, iOS, and the Android runtime.
Thanks for telling me what the market for my particular kind of app is.
Also, your claim that "it's subject to Apple's whims" is so bogus it's not a joke. This applies to ANY product being developed for iOS
Not for those apps developed using browser technology. Unless you can point me to evidence that shows Apple vetting what website you can and cannot view.
- your claim was that there were no cross-platform tools, which you are now trying to back up with lies by not just moving the goalposts, but by using made-up definitions that nobody else recognizes. It's really insulting.
The most cross platform platform is the browser. You pointed to a framework that does not run on Linux (which is a viable market for certain kinds of apps) and is not cross platform on iOS (without forcing you to go through their review process which many legitimate types of apps would not pass).