I'd think they'd prefer notoriety under an alias, e.g. "The drinkypoo Bandit" rather than a real name unless they could obtain attribution knowing there wasn't enough evidence to convict.
That's why some antivirus companies deliberately change the names when reporting, from whatever the author wants it to be called (when they can tell.) They don't want to provide them notoriety under their chosen alias.
I don't know where you get this from. I have seen many computers where it doesn't run, or it fails to run well. For a game with quite simplistic graphics, it sure does take a powerful machine to run it. Sure it runs on Linux, OSX, and Windows, but it requires quite a lot of resources on any of those machines.
Minecraft does not demand a whole lot of CPU without complex mods, but it wants a whole lot of GPU and a whole lot of RAM. Only full-on gaming PCs (in households, anyway) tend to have both.
Minetest takes a lot less GPU and RAM, but takes a lot more CPU. You can run it on crappy intel integrated graphics that come with an Atom, but it will crater the Atom.
And if there is no such service, I'll just get another hobby. I hate ads that much.
Really? Put out 100 resumes. At least 5 will come back with interviews.
Oh yeah, and They're free
Sure to piss off most conservatives and liberals, is my "Catholic Pro Life" bumper sticker: Six categories, all crossed out in dripping red blood:
No Death Penalty
RAND_egd() goes in the trashbin along with all the other buggy ancient OS crap.
I'm in favor of that, I just wish they'd had the balls to switch the names of headers etc. so that it could coexist peacefully next to openssl, because that's going to be the reality for a while. I've found patches for libressl compatibility for some applications, and rolled my own in a couple of cases, but what a PITA.
The one place minecraft is notably better than minetest is in the interface. Are there any mods for minetest that really help that?
I don't know why it's news all of a sudden, we made a big deal out of it because a highly-voted submission on the subject was ignored, then another one, then another one... the first one was before the weekend...
but the uber nerds are a small % of the people that go to movies. For instance I objected to Gravity being called SciFi because it was no more SciFi the the Poseidon Adventure was. Space stations and orbital space stations are real.
Ignorance of the law is an excuse?
No, you don't have to know what the law says, only that you're trying to do something bad or with negative consequences for someone else that turns out to be illegal.
Everyone time I hear of a reboot it's "we'll take the original and make it grittier"
Actually, Tron is the one place where that might actually make sense. All their technology is vector-based, right? What if they got infected by a bitmap virus? You could have some really bitchin' visuals.