How is moving everything to the cloud working out for those users?
You can take my local servers from me when you pry them from my cold dead hands.
And I don't live in a cheap area. I can practically spit on Bill Gates house from here.
Please do so for me next time you get a chance.
(A IT worker, tired of Microsoft non-sense)
Was a failure to stop what happened, no doubt about that.
No need to move to a proprietary hosting service like Github.
I wrote about this previously: http://www.fsf.org/blogs/community/savannah
Twilio. Facebook Connect. Twitter @Anywhere. OAuth. OpenID. I wasn't posting that, but it is kinda obvious what some better ideas are.
So on a business site, you would require a user to log in with an account from another site/system before they could contact you to show interest, request a quote, etc.?
I understand for web forums, etc, but my issue is contact forms on business sites. Most users don't want to share their facebook or twitter accounts and haven't heard of most of the other options.
I did see another post about combining the hidden form element technique with a short submission timer that looked interesting though.
Not if you employed other technical measures. Search around a bit and you'll find captchas are unnecessary.
In all sincerity, can you post some links? I'll even take an insulting "lmgtfy" that end up with some good results.
They've done dozens of events at Apple Stores, including the huge Apple store about 100 metres from this Microsoft store.
"free enough to be distributed with the Linux kernel sources"
the firmware files are typically under a license that prohibits modification and even redistribution.
> A desktop os needs a browser (Firefox), text editor (vim), office suite (OpenOffice), PDF reader (evince), window manager (kde), etc
Browser: GNU Icecat, text editor: emacs, office suite: GNOME Office, PDF reader: GNU PDF, window manager: GNOME.
It is not best to swap horses while crossing the river. -- Abraham Lincoln