This looks really impressive compare to other alternatives that I've tried.
Do you need dedup with dynamic block sizes? Or is fixed block size enough? Comparing data domain (or similar products) with ZFS's dedup (or most other primary storage "dedup" filesystems) is comparing apples and oranges.
What I have done for a while is have a swap partition that I disable normally, but have a wrapper script that swapon it and then hibernate. Eventually I don't care about it enough to use it.
I was going to comment on that, but I RTFA and it's correct there
["cultural revolution" that spawned the current Chinese Communist Party government] gets rated informative?
Nah, time for everyone to just switch to IE.
That is not limited to firefox, almost every graphical browser is "vulnerable" to this
"On the netbook, Chrome was slightly ahead of IE8."
Well, consider that we have no full time developers and makes about $3000 a year from GSoC... comparing to firefox would be a bit unfair, no?
First of all, to that security company. Good job really publicizing a vulnerability without checking with unpaid developers of a complete open source project.
Actually, they notified us about it a couple weeks ago, and gave us enough time to fix it before announcing the vulnerability.
I am not sure about that, I was reading that Tencent was paying people around 1K/month
HTTP is just one of the possible transports for SOAP, so saying SOAP reinvented HTTP would be like... I think I will spare you from a bad analogy this time.