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Nobody are sure what the light was but so far speculations point in the direction of a Russian nuclear submarine missile launch more on the story here:
and here a guy who thinks it's likely to be a missile launch:
http://www.yr.no/nyheter/1.6847340 (in noweigan)"
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I tried all the manuals and books
But I always seem to run into race conditions and syntax errors
its hard to program those little rascals!
The wife's name is karen btw
I would put my money on java since its open. I know mono is too, but it only follows microsoft's lead,
I would have said kaboom from the Atari days, but I dont think many gamers would remember that
ahhhh, those were the good ol' days
now get off my lawn!
What I would like to ask the
For the contributors among you:
Assuming that you know how to program, do you find any further impediments contributing patches to a FLOSS community? does the source code organization? helpfulness of current contributors/committer? documentation? or any other factors come into play? Do you find your self sometimes saying, I want to help, but in practice, find that it is impossible to do so? Have you ever showed up to code sprint, only to do nothing, or work on trivial documentation? I would very much appreciate your point of view on the matter to understand what might be wrong, and what would be the solution to making FLOSS development more inclusive?
For the committers among you:
Let me know if this sounds familiar: You find your self overwhelmed with all the requests for assistance (users and developers alike), not to mention the time spent modifying the code contributed by someone, which you could have spent much less time rewriting from scratch than fixing.
Are these problems all too common? What is your experience and solution for making the life of a committer less hectic? and if this problem is all too common, do you think there is a chance of making the development process more inclusive? In addition, what would you say to the complaints of the contributors about: code organization, documentation, helpfulness, and any other factors that might have prevented them from contributing patches. Are these legitimate complaints? Can something be done about it? Or are committers simply too busy?
Please make clear when responding, whether you bring the experience of a committer, or a contributor."
Your fans will be at a huge disadvantage in flamewars
Now its just a matter of time before the rise of nod.
So you get best of both worlds, I think Python is a better introductory programming language.
Needless to say, I won my bet from the 2nd post!