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Comment: Re:What Is Right but Unpopular (Score 1) 245 245

Sure these particular examples could lead to short to gain over long term gain, but how is this different then when leaders make discussion that ARE popular for the same reasons. Like, getting re-elected. I fail to see how giving the people the power to make bad discussion is any worse then letting leaders do it.

Comment: Re:So they can own and track ALL your files? (Score 1, Redundant) 109 109

It goes on to say.

"The rights that you grant in this licence are for the limited purpose of operating, promoting and improving our Services, and to develop new ones. This licence continues even if you stop using our Services (for example, for a business listing that you have added to Google Maps).”"

  stop with the trolling...

Comment: Re:Cheating (Score 1) 448 448

I don't agree with the way Sony is doing it, but at least they are doing something. Some of the multiplayer games are completely unplayable as cheating is rampant. Something needs to be done as they're ruining the games for honest players.

I agree. They should be violating the rights of people who have done nothing illegal. They should knock down the doors of as many innocent people as possible so that you can PLAY your games without having to stay up at night crying because you lost a game to a cheater. I feel really bad for you. Your life is being destroyed because you can't play your games. boo-fuckin-hoo.

Operating Systems

Why OpenBSD's Release Process Works 310 310

An anonymous reader writes "Twelve years ago OpenBSD developers started engineering a release process that has resulted in quality software being delivered on a consistent 6 month schedule — 25 times in a row, exactly on the date promised, and with no critical bugs. This on-time delivery process is very different from how corporations manage their product releases and much more in tune with how volunteer driven communities are supposed to function. Theo de Raadt explains in this presentation how the OpenBSD release process is managed (video) and why it has been such a success."
PC Games (Games)

First Deus Ex 3 Details Emerge 157 157

Ostracus writes "Deus Ex 3, the third entry in the influential FPS/RPG series, was confirmed to be in development by Eidos Montreal nearly a year ago — and now the first solid details on the game have finally emerged. UK magazine PC Zone has a cover story on Deus Ex 3 for their 200th issue (which has reportedly just begun reaching subscribers), and CVG has relayed a number of interesting tidbits from the preview: '... this time around combat won't be influenced by stats, but will rely purely on your personal marksmanship skills. Instead stats will influence "a vast array of fully upgradeable and customisable weapons," and you'll be able to tailor your arsenal to your play style with mag upgrades, scopes and other add-ons. What's more, stealth will now rely on a cover system rather than shadows, and damage will be dealt with by a very Call of Duty-style auto-heal.'"

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