wrong. the bigger issue is why we are so silly as to use short 15 or 16 digit numbers for making financial transactions. it's the same as the stupidity shown with using social security numbers.
plenty of good reasons to index long strings of numbers. I use google for part numbers, serial numbers, etc.
humans can have babies at 14 too.
"all the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players..." -W.S.
the new heavy launch system that NASA is designing exceeds the Saturn V
lighten up, it's just for games. who cares if a fun game runs on even a closed source console or whatever? they pull the plug on thing in a couple years, so what?
here I was all excited that coefficient governing rate of expansion of universe was sufficient to cause Big Rip in two decades. but instead of some cool cosmic doom it's just gamer bullshit. lame.
nonsense, it makes boobs awesome holographic porn, projected from a surface.
yes, such is the power of providing good desktop with community. too bad they're throwing their chance away though
you are the dipshit, you're only citing projects with the same problem as Canonical that have caused the same problems of alienating and driving away users. so you prove my point. fucktard.
yes, Canonical continues to leave userbase behind and trying to get vendor lockin. they are squandering their popularity on things that are alienating their fan base.
No, Ubuntu would have no business at all if some IT people weren't comfortable enough with it to get it in the door of the enterprise. That's how Red Hat got into the boardroom. but then Red Hat turned its back on the userbase. It closed off its server/workstation distro to the users, making alternative distro where users are guinea pigs. Because of that Redhat lost mindshare and customers (to Canonical, in many cases). We've gone from hundreds of Red Hat servers to one where I work, in favor of other distro
you are confused, Linux is just a kernel, nothing more. The userland is not a Linux project, there is no "base OS" people of Linux at all.
It is a big deal You name projects that can run on any distro, but Canonical is rolling a Ubuntu-only Ubuntu targeted version.