To clarify a bit: even if they start selling it, they are only required to provide the code to their customers. So, RedHat would have to buy a product from them, or get the code from one of their customers who are willing to share.
This, and Assange's case clearly show that there is something wrong with Swedish justice system. These arrests must have been influenced/initiated/forced by politicians.
In a healthy country, justice system is independent, that also should apply to law enforcement system to some extent.
We criticize Russia for Pussy Riot case, but we have similar problem in Western Europe as it seems.
Great trolling, man.
It doesn't say anything about how this actually works and how it differs from existing solutions. And, hey, most developers aware of SQL injection / XSS etc already protect their apps. Rails has got both, PHP frameworks have, Java had it since like for ever (2001?). What's the point of this article?
doesn't make any sense. Pink Floyd's music is meant to be listened to as a whole, albums are (the good ones) carefully prepared and are one piece of music story.
I think not, you are wrong. If the software is on a BSD license, I can license it to you on different terms even if I *did not* write this software.
I do not have to be the creator of such library to license it to you, in fact I can do any derivative work and license it differently.
I don't know any modern distribution that is using spatial mode for Nautilus windows. Ubuntu tried that and it was only 1 or 2 releases they kept this default setting. Can you help me out with listing distributions that this change will affect somehow?
That is very useful, thank you
Well... we, Slavs, rock when it comes to logical thinking
And my conclusion is also different than your.
As I use ruby from Monday to Friday, and I don't work over Sat-Sun, does it mean that in my world weekend has 5 days, and, also, I am unemployed?
Err... not sure why CNQ3 is any better?
Voice chat support - ioquake has it.
True multiplatform (Sparc/Linux/Solaris/Windows) - got it.
Good performance on Linux - checked.
I didn't use CNQ3 to be honest and you brought my attention. Could you please explain to me why it's any better than ioquake3? Me and my bored sysamdim colleagues will be happy to hear
why would I want to run it instead of ioquake3? I think most of long-term hardcore quakers already have their servers configured, other can easily play with ioquake/cpma too. Not sure if they make any profit out of it...
he would probably say:
"Please be aware of bugs. I just proven this kernel to be correct, didn't actually run it"