This is built as a fork from the same codebase as mediawiki, wikipedia's software. Also, Mindtouch, or Deki or whatever, offers Enterprise features as an upgrade with hosted solutions and various support levels if they find the cost internally is growing out of control.
Also, as someone mentioned above about the power of just doing it, I was able to set it up on old hardware out of my house in order to showcase the feature set to my boss. By doing so she saw that this was something I understood, and could teach someone to manage as I had taught her how to use the majority of the admin features in an hour or so.
I guess it is called Mindtouch Core v10 now.... and they make it a bit harder to get the unlimited core features, with out the trial period sunset, of course. But, stick with MindTouch Core in the selections and you should be fine, provided you have a little know how and a can do attitude.
Good luck! And NO, I do not work for them. I like the free version of their software and found it an easy sell to the suits.
That isn't really important or correct. Dongle also more-or-less means 'small adapter'.
Speak for yourself, buddy!!!
But seriously, figuring out an algorithm to ID wangs; sounds like those developers are going to be eyebrow deep in junk for a while. That's a job, much like plumbing, that I can appreciate for the value of the product, but can't fathom the drive to devote oneself to.
I hope you choose to carry this story as it seems to be a case of AT&T blatantly profiting from customer ignorance and really shouldn't be tolerated. AT&T instead should release an AT&T branded VOIP app for it's iPhone handsets, instead of peddling additional hardware to it's customers when it should have beefed up it's wireless networks in the first place. Of course, the same could be said of others carriers and their respective smartphones, however, with the connectivity issues experienced by AT&T and iPhone users, I think this is particularly pertinent."
Corollary question for consideration: Did cheetahs have this problem before the advent of modern poaching/hunting practices brought down their numbers drastically (assuming this was the case)?
Could we be witnessing, through globalization and the blurring of the lines between cultures, a minimization of variance and an increased risk of serious genetic disorders? Could this reduce our survivability as a species in the face of some dire consequence?
Honestly, I'm guessing we'll be able to engineer our way around any such problem, but I would; I'm here.
I had a conversation and a dream about this just last week. No joke. And this time your tin foil hats won't help you.
I think the technology is there for the government to take genetic samples from everyone in the U.S. armed forces, and thereby build a database in which they could match any found genetic material by gene clade, and describe your relationship, and triangulate your placement in the larger family tree, with a reasonable degree of certainty.
More simply put, a hair or skin flake on the ground could tell them who your brother, cousin, second cousin, uncle, all in different branches of your family, are. With that information it wouldn't be hard to find you.
Really, I'd be more surprised to find out definitively that this wasn't already in place.
Anyway, I feel a bit like a nutter saying it, but with enough computing power, we already have algorithms that do almost, if not, all of this.
Never trust the eyes. Sorry for the dupe.
Has anyone considered metal conduit? Rats can't eat steel.