Because 3x storage and bandwidth usage is more expensive than 1x. The difference is specially more noticeable in large scale for the hosters than for clients.
FYI: Google Code has been banned to Iranians for years.
Nice suggestions, but I wouldn't count that as "web development".
Just use i386. You can even run i386 userland over an amd64 kernel. I can't see the big benefit of x32 over this scheme.
Because X11 can be run over Wayland, ssh -X should continue working. So I'm not so worried about that.
Because not enough money was donated to Quanta developers to show that "people are waiting...".
I guess he was talking about Israel.
Put security first please. All major browsers have got a bad track of security issues.
You're simply in a very wrong oversimplification. Iranian society is more complex than that. (I'm an Iranian who arguably knows Iranian society better than 99% of other slashdotters.)
You meant popularity-contest.
Google bans download of Google Chrome in Iran (and probably a few other countries.) It redirects me to http://dl.google.com/service/prod_unavailable.html
, but their fate chose 42 for them.