Not sure what definition you are using but recording where I'm at is called tracking. You can spin it however you want. But the truth speaks.
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Yeah that's why I don't buy too many blu ray discs, DVDs are cheaper and I only spring for blu ray when the quality is important to me.
I'm sure Anonymous will now go away. They're known for being lenient in cases like this. Oh wait, no. You gonna get raped.
Much further actually. We have a plant here in Tampa, Florida where they brew a lot of it for the south.
I for one cannot wait to use your phone to make my purchases.
Cue ideas spinning in my head about hacking these and creating fakes.
That's actually a brilliant idea, if it could be required to license it. I can't even load a stock ROM onto mine right now, even using the SDK I'm having issues.
This could work particularly well if we had app markets that vetted their software thoroughly, thereby adding some value to the community.
That just covers the Linux kernel, the majority of Android is actually Apache-licensed, and that limits them even further.
As much as I love Open Source I can see their point and I can't counter it. If we continue this fragmentation is it really going to benefit android or will it cause harm? If the goal is usage, which it is, then this is one way to enforce some standards and drive that goal. If the goal was software freedom it would be another story. But we knew this going in, it was never the goal.
You seem to have the same answer that others here do but it's a bit off. Anyone can already get the source code and use it. But it's the license that is the issue here. No one can legally place it on their site and write their own version AFAIK.
Well I see your point but I disagree. It's not confiscation because Google would still own the copyright and this would be their choice to open source it.
I think the FSF approach is this - imagine a world where instead of hiding information and ideas, which is what source code is, we share those ideas and move forward so much faster. It's not in the name of security you see, it's in the name of freedom and moving humanity forward that much faster. You don't have to agree with it. It's idealistic, but some of us are.
The source is obfuscated and also compressed.
Considering Rustock was taken down in March and this is data between January and February I'd say it's probably not related.
The irony is myspace seems to be the place all musical artists go to these days, with facebook being an afterthought. I do concert and show promotion as a side business and I see tons of myspace band sites still. Facebook doesn't really cater to them like myspace did. It's ashame.