Easily the nicest thing I could say about him.
Closed source is not inherently safer. Raymond's proposition is theoretically sound, however in actual practice, the NSA has "many eyes"...
Turn on your Heartbleed,
Let it shine, wherever you go
Let it make a happy glow
For the NSA to see...
I just mail the IRS the lifeless bodies of my children...
I am still getting my PDP 11/70 ported to Raspberry Pi. RT11 and RSTS.
So, like Kim Kardashian giving Kris Humphries a blowjob?
This is SO WRONG!
It's more like Hugh Grant and Divine Brown.
Is in TV, or YouTube, on a big LCD.
The out-of-doors is alright for some chaps. That's why we allow them to be game preserve wardens, and North Sea rig crews.
Let's consult the NIST algorithm, shall we?
You'd have to consider that the Constitution guarantees the right to free speech and wonder about transitive principles - where's the free money?
And if the US Government can confiscate money as taxes, aren't they suppressing free speech rights?
They would only need confidence in the random distribution of holes in the target.
Goddamn mathematician wasting precious ammunition to have a statistics wank-fest after MY goddamn zombie apocalypse?
I'd put a random distribution of holes in his worthless head!
Google's self-driving cars have gone 300,000 miles without an accident. That's somewhere in the neighborhood of 30–42 average-teen-driver-years worth of driving. Statistically, about 1 in five teenagers reports having an accident in any given year. So we would expect that the same number of miles driven by teenagers would have resulted in, on average, 6–8 accidents—more if we're talking about teenagers in their first year of driving.
In other words, Google's self-driving cars are already at least an order of magnitude safer than teen drivers. That's probably a statistically significant difference.
I'm sure you'll have something interesting, worth recording!
I think that NSA has good coverage and analysis tools. They probably knew of Heartbleed, and they probably know of dozens more flaws like this.
I will be glad, when they cease to exist.
Thames Valley? Hardly a desert, m'boy! Except culturally. Norman churches. That's still the talk of the town!
"Google for your 'one ring'! Get your 'one ring' here at Google!"