Why, then, is it that near every game comes out with an extensive modding platform if it is worth nothing to them? Your logic might make sense if you exclude the mountain of evidence that nullifies your whole point.
cwrinn writes: "My company is branching out into the field of QA Software Testing. We develop on Team Foundation Server, so being able to couple into that is a prerequisite. I'm wondering, what is the favorite solution of/.ers in the field?"
Pretty sure the Beatles own the trademark for "Apple", and that this has actually been a legal case in the past WITH Apple Computers. Ironically, the agreement was that Apple Computers could never use their "Apple" in association with music... iTunes = whoops?
Microsoft gave up on copy-protection software? What universe do you live in? I still get checked for Windows Genuine Advantage anytime I install something from microsoft.com. Windows Games checks your serial numbers of games for pirated licenses, so on. Palladium Lives.:D
I, personally, would like to see a period Batman film, set in the original 30s in a Dark Deco setting reminiscent of the ol' Bruce Timm animated series. I'm getting tired of "modernizations" of classic super heroes; genetically altered spiders, cell phone imaging computers, al qaeda terrorist caves, etc.
Congraturations, you get award: Reading Fail.
TFA's title = "Fork history does not favor OpenOffice.org"
OPENOFFICE, not LIBREOFFICE. No contradiction.
A fork in this context is when someone takes the code from a project and "forks" it on a different development path, like a "fork" in the road. OO.o went one way, Libre went the other.
Have a nice day.:)