What I'd like is an option in preferences to have the highest firehose voted stories included on the front page.
Isn't this what Firehose Slashbox does?
When looking at the firehose - it would be helpful to see what the rating colors means. I'm talking about the icons that look like Erlenmeyer flask. Is green better then red? Also what do the tags(?) mean. What does firehose tag "maybe" mean?
When looking at the mobile version - the link to the comment itself (the cid link) and link to the parent post are missing. The slider for adjusting the mod threshold was never working.
When writing a comment - add a button that encloses the selected text into <blockquote> . If the post does not contain any other html elements automatically wrap paragraphs separated by double newline into <p>.
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SELinux is the list of people you can talk to, while seccomp is the list of what words you can say, McCarty said. As an example, if a person could communicate with another person using only three or five words, it would very much limit what could be expressed and prevent most types of illicit activities, and applies in much the same way to Linux containers, he added.
This version is also the first to require signed extensions
From the article: "Output is absolutely clear â" no differences! No authors, no changed files, no trademarks, just copy-paste development." Is this a blatant disregard for the GPL and Apache licenses
Excuse me but it seems to me, that you are saying: "if the integration works - because the immigrants have the same hierarchy of values - then it may work". Duh.
However what we see in reality is, that the hierarchy of values is different. So if you say it "it does work", then I say "citation needed". I'm willing to believe that it is possible to show working integration of an particular individual/family. But on a large scale, the things are different.
New systems generate new problems.