The project runs on Linux and on Nokia's N900 and N9 phones. I'm looking for help to port it to Symbian, Android, and iOS devices.
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I have two NASes, one at home and one off-site. I've recently learned that when a drive fails, in order to keep using your NAS, you have to have spare drives on hand. Even if you report the failed drive to the manufacturer immediately, it takes time for the new drive to arrive. In that time, your data is unprotected by the redundancy of RAID unless you have a spare drive to take the place of the failed one. Otherwise, it's best if you take the NAS offline or use it read-only.
In two months, I've had three drives fail under warranty. First, a pair fo them failed, then one of the replacements failed. In each case, because the failure happened mid-week, it took until the following week for the new drives to arrive from the manufacturer. In this period, I've been without the full use of my NAS for two weeks because I didn't have and wouldn't buy extra drives.
Precisely! The FB ToS permit FB to compete against you with your own intellectual property.
As a semi-pro photographer, I've made beautiful portraits for friends for free because I wanted to. When I read the FB ToS, I had to ask my friends to take down those portraits. No artist should have to compete against any company for sales of his own work. The FB ToS make that possibility quite clear.
Flickr and Picasa Web have better ToS. Their use of your work is strictly limited to promoting the web sites. They will stop using your work when you take it down.