Follow-up: Are any Creative Commons (CC) licenses an answer to the GFDL issues illustrated above?
Do you see crowd funding as a means to economically provide for the development of Free Software and even Free Hardware?
Have any small projects grown to a critical mass where only a few funding rounds bootstrapped them into having a sustainable Libre/Free product?
Or even Firefox OS?
Is it even possible to avoid firmware blobs?
Thanks for listing these! If the game doesn't run natively on linux, I'm not interested. (No windows computer, and no time to mess with settings/wine.)
Open Arena works great with pulse audio btw.
Open Arena is still very much alive... There's always people playing death match, CTF instant gib, CTF all weapons. There are lots of mods like freeze tag and rocket-rail, and defrag (where you learn how to strafe jump and circle jump to beat the puzzle map).
That's why you create your own CNAME to point to your customer's hostname!
(Or you could use a hosts file or pdsh groups of hosts)
If she organizes it, it'll be with her and two dudes.
Should all of the <link rel>'s be excluded from the dataset used to build the giant graph?
I would like to compare the rank of this link graph to DNS requests for a "popularity" graph.
Audi tested lasers on sharks before BMW:
You need to run sshd under cygwin and use Putty to easily double-click to select a sha sum (enable X11 mode for select=copy and middle-click=paste).
And now that I've used Beta side-by-side with Classic (on this thread) having to "Load More Comments" multiple times is a deal breaker.
For logged in users, there should be a way to fetch them all on page load (I'll happily wait!).
I can live with UI changes. I've been living with them for decades.
I just want the comments not to suck and not waste usable space with a margin. Once I scroll paste the right side bar, I want the comments to expand to use a maximum width.
Even in Classic view, there is too much whitespace around each comment. Both views could fit more comments in the same space (but we're all used to Classic).
I nice IDE like Intellij IDEA warns you about using a DOM selector more than once when using jQuery.
It also warns you about other things:
Inefficient jQuery usage:
Checks that jQuery selectors are used in an efficient way. It suggests to split descendant selectors which are prefaced with ID selector and warns about duplicated selectors which could be cached.
So Slashdot is hyping their new beta site, yet they allow same post by the same user over and over, even after continuous down modding.