Easy. Mono + Apache. Have done it with our vertical market product.
We'll have two more bc articles on Slashdot this week.
the entire reason for bitcoin to be the coin is that it is the coin, exactly because of the 51% attack. the popularity is the safety, in both that it's harder to take over and it's more probable you will not end up with so many of the coins that everyone else on the network just decides "fuck it" and leaves you with worthless bits. if one single entity had all the bitcoins in the world nobody would consider them worth anything.
what puts any credibility into bitcoin clones? wishful early adopters? why would anyone else after them adopt it - just to pay the early greedos?
was feathercoin tradeable to real currency? who in their right mind put any money into it.
they could go ahead with the charging while he is not there. it wouldn't be pointless, it would just make the extradition request have more weight. in just about any other case that's what they would have done that already. and if they don't want him for questioning they could have posted that he is wanted for being charged with rape. that's the way they should have gone about it.
the real problem is that USA doesn't want to say if they have charged him or not already and the others don't want to guess either way. it would be pretty easy to guarantee that there isn't an extradition request to usa then.
why would usa bother with making such non statements? because the fucking thing is on the news every now and then and brits are wasting money by the millions... but since they're dicks, they don't want to say anything about it. the current stalemate though works just fine for everyone involved - the swedes don't need to do jack shit since they don't want to go through with the charging.
well all that should be just technicalities now since he's got asylum from ecuador..
the whole point for the safe passage clause was exactly the kind of situation where the person is under legal threats on the soil he needs passage through. exactly that. nothing else. just this exact kind of situation(illegal threats, like an angry mob, could only be met with force in the first place). so for uk it matters nothing, so have fun trying to get north korean defectors out of embassies in china now if china says that "sorry but they're wanted for illegal border passing".
It's only the UK taxpayers money so whoever is pushing this stupid little game of trap the leaker from the USA is not footing the bill and doesn't care.
don't worry usa has been spending the same amount in having a grand jury prepare for the case.
why do you think the brits are spending millions on a "he didn't use a condom and woke me up with sex!" case?
If you live in linux land and love using only command line, then GIT is fine. On the other hand, if you want to grab the latest code, make a change and commit, GIT sucks. It's especially true if you're using Github. Having to rebase is tiresome, especially on windows. The times I've contributed to OSS projects that used GIT, I spent 5 minutes make the code change and 30 minutes rebasing. For comparison, with SVN, I spend 1 minute to do update and 5 minutes to make the code change.
what the fuck you're smoking? especially if you're using github, why the fuck wouldn't you use githubs gui program that works pretty nice with github?
it also happens to be the only metro style program that isn't pure shit. and that's because it's just metro style and not an actual metro program. makes it a bitch to see where the windows borders are, I give that..
I've been looking for a 3D printable model of Stallman's dick. Where can I find one?
here you go http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:41779
Where I work, we're a pretty heavy cisco shop.... We've got 2 CCNA's (who are both going for ccnp) and our manager is CCNP Voice. We've worked on cisco gear for years, we have experience with it and understand how it works. Cisco has the market, thats a reason, for example, why HP CLI is extremely similar. So guys like me can QUICKLY go and configure vlans or something on a switch. Saving a couple hundred on a switch if your guys have to re-learn them isn't worth while.
Would an OPENBSD rig running OOSPFD or OBGPD be cheeper? YES. Would it likely be as fast? PROBABLY (if not faster). Would anybody know how to use it? PROBABLY NOT. While it could be learned.....time has a value. The exception is if you're starting from the ground up and have IT staff and procedures of size that could actually support 'non standard' gear. AKA if you get hit by a bus and you're the only guy in your shop -- how easy would it to be to get someone up to speed on your current gear? or do you need to fly in a specialist.
TL;DR: We use the gear because we can find people who know it easily without having to fly in a specialist.
sounds to me you guys should budget a day for training and move off cisco... if not for anything else as learn it as backup, if cisco decides to alter the deal since if you're willing to pay few hundred bucks more, why not a thousand or two thousand(actually depending on the gear you are already in that territory). basically what you just said is that you can't use anything else than cisco because you use cisco while if you used anyone else's gear you could use pretty much any of anyone else's gear. good going!
What was the problem with unloading Symphony on consulting support based upon LibreOffice? Given that this is a business they want to be rid of, I would expect they would not need to bolt proprietary stuff on to it any longer.
Regarding MariaDB support, I think you're correct that they're treating it as a competitor. This wasn't really the case for MySQL. IBM provided a supported version of MySQL.
I take it you didn't like Christopher Tolkien's "A History of Middle Earth", then?
What we need is open source in phones in a way that enshrines the consumer first. GPLv3 all the phone specific software.
Android has market share, has manufacturers (choice in devices), has carriers (coverage), has app developers, is relatively mature, and is "open" enough for most. Do you really think consumers are going to choose Ubuntu just because of a software license most have never heard of? I'm all for innovation, competition and choice, but Ubuntu doesn't seem to be offering anything compelling to any but the hard-core software freedom crowd.
surely it can't all be gpl when MEMBERS GET EXCLUSIVITY?
it's pandering to the carriers to get them to upfront money. but it can't be both open and exclusive to carriers x y and z in their relative markets..
it's probably because shuttlworth thinks you can't use other carriers phones or some stupid shit like that. he's stuck in the US in 2001.
none of this shit we even care about, what would matter is how are they going to be better than android? how? tell us that and get some sweet devices out.
The only increase in code from static typing is explicit conversion.
Don't forget (1) type declarations; (2) array initializers, (3) storage class identifiers; (4) interfaces; (5) generic types; (6) more verbose API's for reflection (and damn near everything else); and (7) mandatory class "container" for static methods, constants, and globals. And at the design level, there's even more opportunity for brevity since various cheats are available, such as defining classes and methods at runtime, etc.
Of course, that's talking in generalities. Static langs are doing more now to reduce verbage and copy some dynamic-language "feel". C# especially since it introduced local type inference, anonymous methods/closures, LINQ, and DLR...
IBM is most visible around Apache OpenOffice. What they are doing around MySQL v. MariaDB is tacit support through inaction. They didn't turn to supporting MariaDB or another MySQL version when Oracle de-supported MySQL on IBM platforms. They did something similar during Oracle v. Google - they chose just that time to abandon the Harmony project and commit to Oracle's JDK.