Yeah, but why? See: http://apple.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=2047914&cid=35570782
That would be sodium for most people here, by the way.
I'll give you even more than that: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angela_Merkel
Does your country have a more powerful, wealthy, influential woman?
Since "my" country (>= 82 million people, the third largest economy in the world, the largest when it comes to exports,
Like her or not, she is one of the most influential, and hence powerful, women on the planet.
s/on the planet/in the USA/
The rest of the world could care less, thank god.
The documents are in Norwegian.
The IT-minister interviewed by Dagbladet (Norwegian newspaper) http://www.dagbladet.no/dinside/2007/05/11/500391
Proposal from the committee:
But 20 years on, the new world does not seem to have arrived. So what happened?'
He shares what he found in this article."
Fortunately, they got a tipoff, but it's not clear how long the altered download (the cracker altered a couple of files to add in remote execution capabilities) would have stayed up otherwise.
Note: the cracker did not sneak in code by posing as an OSS developer (the common FUD scare scenario...); they just managed to crack one of the site's servers, and altered the download directly.
Apparently, WordPress has taken steps to ensure it doesn't happen again. Personally, I'm wondering about ways browsers and/or operating systems might be improved to automate checksum validation for downloaded executables.