thank you and all the others for the heads up. i think i may have to remove the 3rd party from my project then.
lets say i wrote something, included code from proprietary but free to use in private, and want my own sourcecode to be gpl'd?
actually, theres a well known fact, that not so long ago, some guy in germany had peoples killed because of their medical situation. i personally dont trust humanity far enough to letting them know about my health situation. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Action_T4
seen the debate... i am not angry on the us, and i am not happy either... i feel pitty ive heard leader, one of the candidates mistakenly saying iraq again while iran was ment, quarreling over how to lead the world best. i am speechless now, and i am feeling sorry for you guys that you, and we as a planet have to cope with that.
big cudoes to you, peoples, your acting in this case put you all alot closer to my heart.
nevbear666 writes "The "Austrian internet users" initiative has started a petition against data retention after it passed through the parliament in a late night meeting in april, every austrian and non-austrian is allowed to sign it, so if you feel that data retention on everyone is the wrong thing to do, feel free to sign the petition under the link provided (the petition is in german, but google translate may work well on it)."
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this one scares me quite alot, seeing as most of today's blogs/pages/websites do run on mysql. and i somehow doubt, that oracle will continue with mysql... i see long nights ahead of all of us...
come over to austria we dont got that problem so far...
a lot actually... for one you dont get arrested for your opinion on things...
South Korea was a democracy... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Korea are you sure youre not talking bout north korea? weird weird...
especially if you would be german, eh;)
if id do that with my job, id have to pay alot of money... either that guy just had enough money, or privacy and companies secrets dont mean a thing in the us.
how could... erm, would... someone not read an email from his isp?
what do we europeans have to do to get a taste of that nice services?
I think your case is a special, but ive had other situations as a coder... its not so much for the things provided, but after all, coding, or brain work is not like switching something on or off, there are day to day differences in how your mind and brain works... alot of companies and customers tend to think that coding is like clicking the start button in windows, which one might also do, when having two double whiskeys behind him... i think we as a society need to learn alot till such things are outgrowing...