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Firefox Extended Service Release (ESR) is available for those who require consistency in the UI for a longer term.
Major version releases are only every 12 months. There is a minor patch release every six weeks which coincides with "normal" Firefox version updates. All security patches are deployed to both release channels, but feature enhancements are not deployed to the ESR channel between major version releases..
lawyers. Seriously, can we please round these bottom-feeders up and put them at the bottom of Yucca Mountain?
I'm all for it, but I think we'll have to wait far too long before any radioactive waste actually ends up there. Let's just go with Chernobyl?
Plus it's incredibly rare for a rugby player to make the headlines, full stop.
Fixed that for you.
Those are essentially the only barrier to success. Developing those might take a while. Maybe even another century. But saying it's never going to happen??? What are you guys expecting? MAD? Rapture? The sun going supernova? Teleportation devices? Fuck, you disappoint me.
Maybe we just know something you don't know. So long, and thanks for all the fish!
These statistics are skewed by sampling error, of course, since we know the best place to read Slashdot is from work...
Unlike slashdot, which writes everything in code on paper and has mute gnomes who it in a locked vault.
Actually, the mute gnomes hand off the coded papers through an airlock to blind gnomes, who then store them in the locked vault.
Hey! That's the same password I have on my chastity belt!
You've changed, man. It used to be about the music!
Or, wait...what was Slashdot about waaay back in the 900,000 range of UIDs?
You won't even be allowed to possess the sixth version of this Nexus phone on the planet Earth. It will only be for use in the off-world colonies.
Special Verizon squads have orders to destroy, upon detection, any Nexus Six phone. This is called "retirement," and is not covered under warranty.
Better suggestion: Use fakenamegenerator and come up with something that doesn’t look like an obviously bogus profile.
- "Clever Dan"
- "Cableman Jorge"
- "Interrupter Jones"
- "Szechuan Steve"
- "Oliver Smidgen"
- "Stache Frenchman"
- "Tor Coolguy"
- "Vance Mudgeman"
" Andre-are you at work today? Gimme a call - 301-555-5555. Gerry" You think Gerry's not already getting a call from someone looking to cash in, or who just thinks they're being funny?
How many of these numbers still ring up the person who carried the device in 2001? Probably not many. Vanishingly small number, in fact. This was before the whole cell phone number portability thing. I don't think I have a single phone number from 2001 that is still in use for me.