The Kurds want to break away, ISIS wants to take over and bring Turkey under the Caliphate.
That's not quite it. The Turkish regime knows that the world will eventually get around to squashing ISIS, so from their perspective a sovereign Kurdistan is the more pressing problem. Not by any means justifying that point of view, just drawing attention to the twisted dynamic.
...One can act accordingly
Good luck with that.
And it couldn't be the same without gas attacks
The point (and it was clear even in the summary) is that the rocket landed back down.
That, and they used a LH/LOX engine.
Lucas ruined the first three movies when made the last three.
The first three are actually pretty bad in retrospect, a cut above old episodes of Lost in Space, but not by very much. Bailed out by a ripsnorting John Williams score, but even the music deteriorated as the series wore on.
No. LibreOffice had the upper hand because it had nearly all the devs, who had gotten good and tired of Sun/Oracle. Losing the bogus Java tie was just a nice bonus.
Those who wanted a solid, reliable, usable desktop environment backed Qt and KDE. Those who were ideologically driven went with GTK+, although inferior to Qt, and GNOME, although inferior to KDE. This is true even today, so many years later...
Succinct analysis, but it's not about ideology any more, it's strictly commercial. It's about Redhat controlling freedesktop.org, which control would be materially loosened by sharing power with the QT Foundation. Community be damned.
All power corrupts, but we need electricity.