It is now, considering that the most active development is going on there. Will probably have to change to another name though.
Since this happened in the 70s some of us have actually heard about this plenty of times by now. =D
No, I like the name.
It used to be that the default installation contained a program was running by default, which had a good purpose but also sent everything that the user typed into it to Canonical and indirectly to Amazon. This is by all definitions spyware. I don't know if this is still included in Ubuntu, maybe someone else knows?
That's an unfortunate trend that's going on right now.
I don't know about the owned by Oracle; it's free software as far as I know.
It took a study to figure that out?
Because i specifically said idevice referring to iPhone, iPad and iPod.
We did, and according to Russia who counted the votes most people wanted to pay to Russia.
Windows is a desktop OS not a phone OS.
I hear that you have not yet tried Metro.
Apple still supports as far back as Snow Leapard. Microsoft is a shitty company and if you weren't such a dorky gamer you would just move on to something better.
Microsoft just recently dropped support for XP.
I'm sure a lot of people would love to do that, but Apples policy is to go out of their way to prevent people from loading their own choice of operating system on an idevice.
Most of them maybe, but the really good ones are not that. Computing science has very little to do with programming.
I don't know the ins and outs of H1B, but don't they usually require a master degree?
I'm a little curious, why you bring up the link to systemd? Is it because it prevents the stack from running on BSD?
It obviously didn't stop OpenBSD. They were on 3.10 last time I checked,