I have seen it but couldn't figure out what it does after reading the docs. Seems like a make alternative. I can't think of a better name unfortunately.
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If anyone is looking for an even simpler solution, I've package up my own project and open-sourced it. It's called pave, and has few dependencies, just PyYaml and fabric:
Would love to get more feedback.
The return on "investment" is not primarily to benefit you or I (taxpayers), rather to enrich the class that owns government contractors. You can bet they've raked in trillions from the debacle. There's plenty of money to be made whether the oil flows or not. When it does they make even more.
I agree with the sentiment, but XP is a bit dangerous and will get worse.
My advice... back up the important files and install Xubuntu.
1) Cloud hosting/SAAS/PAAS
between CS, MIS, IT, and (whatever degree is appropriate for a web or enterprise code monkey). Math above algebra is a nice-to have rather than a necessity for everything but the first.
Just tried it and not true. I can see the ads fine. Clicks? Maybe not.
There's probably at least two optimum sizes, one for big people (usually men) and small people. As the market matures, there will likely even be more.
Yes, it's basically true, though I've not seen every issue on the page.
The interface got better over the years, such as on v6, but there are still numerous poorly designed features. Yes I say design, not bugs. For example, the lack of horz scroll bar that has to be enabled in a menu. Someone or multiple someones went out of their way to fuck that up *on purpose.*
Many of the "features" persist I believe out of spite. The one that bugged me the most was the fact that preferences were spread out over multiple places. To change a setting, you'd have to search all of them.
There's a much easier way... I didn't find it myself until about a year ago (after many years).
Anyway, so right click in a search box, such as at the top of slashdot ^^. Pick the menu item "Add a keyword for this search." Type "s" or similar in the keyword field and now you can search slashdot with only, "s beowulf cluster"
People not interested in facts aren't persuaded by them.
It's not the most action packed sport for sure
But the latest FF seems pretty stable to me. I'd go straight to the latest release and get the status 4 ever extension.
If you can't handle that chrome is great choice too.