Yeah, but we need the money from anything we can dig up - we can't export bread, we can export gas and fuels, here is to hoping the Black sea clathrates make a big bang in a good way - bread and water a civilization doesn't make. A fellow Bulgarian.
There was some Finnish biotech company working on gene therapy for HIV, i hope they through trials faster. Best of luck to both of you.
Driver support is an issue. Try running it on a Raspberry Pi.
Happy birthday to me! Turning 21 this year. Though 2012 wasn't much fun.
Esters are where it's at - butyl butanoate passed military aviation standards for jet fuel and does pretty well in gasoline engines as well, and is drop in compatible - ethanol needs tweaks.
Solid oxide fuel cells on CNG or other hydrocarbons are a good contender for a series hybrid power plant at a 40 kW power rating. Check out the latest Ce(IV) oxide doped ceramics with internal reforming, really cool. BEVs FTW, though.
Conservation of energy - that fungus grows on biomass.
Tax tires. They would wear out in proportion with the road, right?
Add in a optional metrified variant of timekeeping and you've got my vote.
I feel that systemd in general addresses weaknesses listed here: http://web.mit.edu/~simsong/ww... Along with Wayland, ZFS, etc. of course.
How does it differ from Linus?
Ugly syntax, race conditions, lack of cross distro portability, too many fork()s, binding of the implementation identifier of a service to the interface identifier.
GTFO man, what are you waiting for? There are safer places to be. Canada for example.
There a lot of not really thought out bits delving in, but yes, I think it's the only real security distribution (as in minimal attack surface). Fedora based, pretty neat.