Seriously WTF !? I work in tech support for a huge vendor. For each case Ill keep tabs open per case the end amount is insane everything from bugzilla, to engineering specs to whatever is needed in reference.
Looks like myself and most other colleagues will be looking for a new choice in browser soon, hell maybe we'll even code our own for internal purposes, considering the way things are going.
Just because the normal user (base) may not use a feature doesnt mean there are many of us who actually work in tech dont.
"*sigh* Apparently Interpol has an interest in virtuallyGhetto, not the good kind
If these signs are indeed water as we know it here on Earth, what does this tell us about the overlying upper Martian atmosphere? Any signifigant changes to what we have previously analyzed or hypothesized ? Is it possible that another type of atmosphere or environment could exist under the overlying crust ?
Condolences to you and your family. Many have touched upon many things to share humanitarian, ethics, geek stuff and how to do xyz. Basically everything and anything that has touched your life and made you who you are.
What I would do in such a situation is keep that recorder handy. When you have an idea or something you even think is up there that you want to share, DO IT! Dont second guess, just say/record it! Regardless of what condition emotionally or otherwise you may find yourself in, she will treasure it for the rest of her life.
Wishing all the best,
resolution: let people choose what they want to use. It has been voiced enough.
While I do merit most of your comments , why are so many fighting against choice? This is a fundamental philosophy from previous times that should still hold merit to this day.
Nope. It's a clear enough sign that the some people are incapable of adapting to change and cling to outdated concepts for no good rational reason. These people don't ever get any better. They simply die and younger people without such preconceptions take over. Some people think the social and cultural ideals of the 1950's are perfect and should live forever. Others think the Unix system architecture of the 1980's through the 1990's is the ideal and should life forever.
So are you saying brilliant minds such as Ken Thompson , Dennis Ritchie and Brian Kernighan (to just name a few) had it all wrong ? Quoting [wikipedia.org] as I couldn't put it better myself. The Unix philosophy emphasizes building short, simple, clear, modular, and extensible code that can be easily maintained and repurposed by developers other than its creators. The Unix philosophy favors composability as opposed to monolithic design.
SystemD is controversial enough that Debian should give the user the choice to decide whether they want systemd.
This is exactly what some other distros are doing, gentoo for e.g. Leaving parallel openrc with eudev as base or one can move onto a systemd implementation. Recent install handbook reflects both methods. Why can't Debian do something similar ? Manpower purposes? Too much of a split or too confusing for the user base ? I fail to understand the reasoning for choice as well.
Just to clarify, this is not anti GMO or science as many comments have speculated. Currently GMO are non regulated. This means there is no consumer security. Second question why does a US GMO Seed Firm have the rights to take individual EU nations to court if they ban their business model ? This is not science, this is regulation being pushed upon the population who has no choice. Certain individual countries are trying to stop this monopoly.
If you think the system is working, ask someone who's waiting for a prompt.