Listen to the CVR. You can hear passengers screaming. 10+ feet away, through a locked door that's designed to be impervious to fucking grenades. I think they noticed!
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The libressl fork was 11 months ago. They managed to add 5 (at a minimum) critical vulnerabilities in the past 11 months? Jeezus fucking christ.
When you're in a hole, stop digging.
There's a guy I know. Call him Charlie. Not his real name. In fact, it's more than one guy. I'm sure you know many Charlies, too.
Charlie is a core contributor to half a dozen high profile open source projects. Not that he actually, contributes anything useful. But he hangs out on the irc channel and did just enough (which probably involved closing tickets as "will not fix") to get invited as a core team member. Based on his name, other projects invite him as a core contributor.
I run an open source project. It was featured somewhere (not slashdot!) and had a hype boost. Almost instantly, I get an email from Charlie asking if he can be a core team member. His only contribution was sending that email. Not even starring it on github. So I told him to fuck off.
Tell her how good slashdot used to be, before beta, before dice, before va linux, before the pt cruiser, before andover.net.
On second thought, fuck that. Take your money and go to Amsterdam. Party it up with all the hookers and drugs while you still can. And pay extra for bareback. It's not like AIDS will kill you!