It wasn't done at the time of testing. Besides, it's not recommended for use on non OpenBSD systems yet.
Wait until they here about copy machines!
No.. it's Google's blink and it is open source with some closed code.
That and the Perl community is good about taking upstream patches, has CPAN and a faster, cleaner implementation. Ignoring syntax, Python's got some ugly code in the implementation and it's touchy and irritating to port.
I actually got into Perl because I tried to port Python and Ruby. When you see what's under the hood, it really makes you love Perl. I've migrated from PHP to Perl for scripts and web stuff in the last few years and I find it much less frustrating. The problem is no longer how am i going to get this to work, but which CPAN module do I want to use to do it.
I've had age discrimination happen during interviews the other direction. I was told I looked too young at 21 and that clients wouldn't believe I had the skills. This was for a consulting company. I also had it happen with another company that was just simple web application programming.
what happens if your internet goes out? - Except for occasional phone home, you can play content offline that is stored on your Mac or PC from iTunes.
what if i don't want to turn on my macbook or PC to stream movies to my apple TV all the time -- You don't have to. The Apple TV can stream TV and Movies from your device directly. If you have iTunes match, the same is true for music.
For me it's about avoiding the storage space of physical media. I have a lot of DVDs and some blu-ray (mostly for 3d content) and it's getting to be a hassle to save space. I saw the big reduction with ebooks and it just makes sense to store everything on an external hard drive now. I can download most of it again from iTunes and I also have a backup on a second hard drive through Time Machine.
Oh I got this...
telnet 2001:4978:f:d9::2 80
Connected to cl-218.chi-02.us.sixxs.net.
Escape character is '^]'.
GET / HTTP/1.0
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Date: Sun, 01 Jun 2014 17:02:59 GMT
Server: Apache/2.2.25 (MidnightBSD)
Then we need some changes in thinking on the legal side. Laws to allow individuals and businesses to install solar panels despite HOA or downtown "beatification" laws. I'd have solar panels on my house right now if I could.
I'm waiting for USB 3.1.1 for Workgroups. Networking will never be the same.
Wow that gives a whole new meaning to the song Vertigo.
I never said one should port to all platforms and architectures. There's a balance and that is mostly to do with the resources a software project or individual has. For example, I dropped Sparc64 support in MidnightBSD because I don't have the time to maintain it. It also took 2 weeks to build packages on my two sparc systems.
I would argue that things don't just compile on FreeBSD. In fact, if you change the uname to something else, many things don't work. There are a lot of FreeBSD specific hacks in source code from many popular projects.
I would know since I have to deal with it all the time in my BSD project.
Ironically, OpenBSD is one of the projects that supports a lot of crusty old architectures using the logic that it helps them find bugs.
This logic is often used by Linux people not to support *BSD. I don't agree with the crusty old platform argument.
I'm sorry but I don't buy this. Microsoft broke Windows 8.1's installer so bad that if you had a mouse driver installed for a gamer mouse, it would BSOD and die.
Mouse drivers are incompatible between 8.0 and 8.1! I haven't had a mouse problem since windows 3.1 to 95 update.
I think Microsoft has some quality control issues.
Many people don't like launchd on OS X either. It uses XML configuration files and you get a hurd of apps spinning and waiting for resources. It's very easy to botch writing a good startup script.
The real issue is that systemd is a non compatible, poorly licensed solution and it intentionally is incompatible with every other unix system. If we're going to replace init with something else, it should be possible to actually run on more than one unix like operating system. There have been poor attempts to port launchd to FreeBSD for example. Nice in theory, but even that license isn't "good" with some folks. It also has a lot of depends on core foundation.
I actually think it makes sense to combine the jobs of init and cron because they have obvious overlap. However, making a kitchen sink kind of daemon that runs as root has obvious security implications.
The best possible solution is to come up with a daemon that can be used by several unix like operating systems so that scripts are compatible and things just work. The linux community will replace systemd and dbus in a few years because that's what they do. The rest of us have to live with these decisions for some time.