According to the actual bug report this problem seams to have started in 4.5. They only triggered it in 4.9.
You can of course contact the site and ask them to remove it.
It's still a problem if users don't know about it and has no way to disable it.
I understand your point but I can't see how vacation could even be a factor when negotiating salaries. Salaries are primarily negotiated based on supply and demand, and when no one can be denied their paid vacation that factor doesn't matter anymore.
Your total compensation is just it. You can negotiate to be compensated in dollars, pieces of silver, gallons of milk, condoms or paid vacation days, but all of these are part of total price of your labour and where you get something, you lose something somewhere else.
I would not say that it's part of your compensation if there was a law that said that everyone should have at least x number of paid days off.
That version is horribly out of date. You should update now unless you're using distro supported version of Firefox where the patches have been backported.
Right... so a Microsoft approved curriculum. Good for a trade school, awful for a person who wants to actually learn something.
Well, still better than an Oracle approved curriculum.
Visual Studio is quite Windows specific, but the others are more or less cross-platform thanks to Mono.
Would you have preferred that it looks more like Gnome3 ?!
Yes. Yes I would. But I think it's a good thing that KDE is doing their own thing first and foremost.
Hey then why don't you install Fedora on it? =)
Computing science is not about programming, but programming is often used as a tool in computing science and they therefore (rightfully) have you take programming courses before going into the more theoretical material.
That's good; but that's the CentOS SRPMs, not the RHEL SRPMs. I assume Oracle wants the latter.
Debian decided to switch to Systemd after Wheezy shipped, so it won't end up in stable until at least the next release.
Are you sure you have not changed the base channel to 6.4? As recently as today I updated a RHEL (not CentOS) 6.4 machine to 6.5 and it happily updated to redhat-release-server-6Server-188.8.131.52.el6.x86_64 with just a simple yum update. And I don't think we have done anything special to that machine.
The summary mentions OpenJDK 7 as something new in 7. Just want to print out that both 5 and 6 has support for OpenJDK 7 as well.