a comp-sci grad student has already done that
better to design a few types of languages and build compilers for them
nonsense, good books about OS and language design, compiler theory, algorithms, information theory: those are good for decades.
Computer science isn't about those practical things a developer does.
Compiler theory, computability theory, language design, OS design, that's more the grist for the grad compsci brain-mill
the way Gore lives is as a wealthy man, the 1%. He is the wingnut, asking us to sacrifice the benefits of our energy-driven civilization to live like peasants.
one tenth lightspeed is not slow at all, and in fact more likely to get a vessel destroyed as contact with the smallest pebble would be disaster. And Von Neumon starships have even more obstacles to their existence than life itself; it's one thing to have a creature with muscles and digestive system, another for a machine with a fusion motor in its butt needing tons of helium-3 or deuterium
we did 1.7 billion years of unicellular life, then 2.1 billion multicellular.....maybe even with moon and tilt the tendency is to unicellular life.
wrong, they are working already. They've been working for years. They have been getting funding for years. They have proven projects that benefit everyone. They are merely asking for more donations: http://www.openbsdfoundation.o...
what is wrong with that, they have long track record of success.
OpenBSD already has your LibreSystemd, it's called the BSD rc script system. it fucking works, bitches.
like the OpenBSD's team's openssh isn't ported to other OS? like every single commit of the fixes their are making on openssl aren't on globally public web servers? oh wait, they are... you must be totally full of shit
you seem to be ignorant of fact openssl didn't want to take the fixes or to be instructed on how to properly implement code. this was done out of frustration the openssl's teams lack of willingness to do things correctly or be corrected
suck on this thermometer: http://www.openbsdfoundation.o...
yes, the team has proven themselves cleaning up BSD and many other projects. they have creds and accomplishments in that field
the 24 function key ones are on ebay all the time, and you could even use the new ps/2 Unicomp ones with adapter. just look up "ps/2 to AT adapter" on ebay or computer hardware site (adapters going the other way exist too if you have AT keyboard you like and want to use with newer ps/2 port)
no, a single case doesn't prove what is the norm. those of us who follow the forums of major open source projects see the many eyeballs doing great things all the time. and now many eyeballs are being focused on openssl, the world will benefit.