They've already announced they want to add SSH/SCP to Windows Server 10/2016.
Did they? All I saw was that PowerShell team will support and contribute to the OpenSSH community. They also said The team is in the early planning phase, and there're not exact days yet..
That is a lot of wiggle room there.
Finally! News for nerds! Wow!
Based on the number of replies there is at about 30 nerds sticking with
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On the other hand imagine a graphic application initially developed on HP-UX in early nineties with Starbase graphics gradually ported and adjusted to work on modern Windows OS. Still drawing the multi-level menu using graphic primitives such as "draw rectangle", no right-click for context menu and developers pulling their hair off because drawing with XOR-mode leaves some pixels on the screen
I too don't like change for change sake, but I can also see the opposite extreme.
I can't teach a full econ class here. But the TL;DR version is that every country that tried austerity has recovered more slowly than every country that didn't.
Ok, perhaps not full econ class needed here, but would you mind explaining briefly how avoiding austerity measures such as reducing high pensions helps recovery? I can see that reducing number of teachers to one third (to get to the same teacher/pupil ratio as is elsewhere) would be a benefit but causes inflow of unemployed people which is drawback. I can also see that postponing building of roads or industrial parks damages recovery. But certainly there are areas where austerity does makes sense. Or not?
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Linus does not put any weight in ideology. He is meritocratic. And focused on kernel only. The userspace does not bother him much. However what good is a kernel - no matter how perfect - if there is no userspace to make use of that kernel? Well, "no userspace" is an exaggeration obviously. What I want to say is that you should think also about areas where you are not involved directly. Moving from "do one thing and do it well" to "do many things in one complex subsystem" and pushing that into most major distros
As far as I know, RADNS tells the client what DNS server and DNS suffix to use. But it does not tell the DNS server that client with address 2a00::1 is now known as foo.example.org. Which means that other machines in the LAN cannot resolve foo.example.org name to back to address 2a00::1.
I admit that I'm no expert in this area, so if I'm wrong I would gladly learn how it really works.