Also, we wear clothes.
Also, we wear clothes.
SourceForge does not allow project removal, especially when moving the project to a new hosting provider.
Projects which have moved to another hosting provider are typically retained at SourceForge.net (though you can make a note on the project web site and project summary page directing users to the new home) for sake of retaining materials of historical value.
The problem is that SF does not allow project removal. I have a few projects that I hosted with SF in the early 2000s; years later I moved the projects to other places, but I cannot remove them from SF. Any project that has been "abandoned" is at their mercy.
In cases where a project is no longer actively being maintained, SourceForge has in some cases established a mirror of releases that are hosted elsewhere. This was done for GIMP-Win.
Editor's note: Gimp is actively being maintained and the definition of "mirror" is quite misleading here as a modified binary is no longer a verbatim copy. Download statistics for Gimp on Windows show SourceForge as offering over 1,000 downloads per day of the Gimp software. In an official response to this incident, the official Gimp project team reminds users to use official download methods. Slashdotters may remember the last time news like this surfaced (2013) when the Gimp team decided to move downloads from SourceForge to their own FTP service.
Therefore, we remind you again that GIMP only provides builds for Windows via its official Downloads page.
Note: SourceForge and Slashdot share a corporate parent.
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That won't allow you to rename class A's method shout() to whisper() while keeping class B's method shout() as is it.
There is a thing to be said for editors and shell scripts, but when code reaches a certain level of complexity a full-flexed IDE has its place.
They should have done this five years ago - the old nimble Google of 2001 would have quickly indexed Twitter and Facebook, and every other silo of information. It's only Big Corporate Google that can't acknowledge another source of information for some sort of ego-bruising related reason. "Index all the world's information
Twitter messages used to appear in Google's real-time search, but after Twitter chose not to renew their agreement in 2011, Google started to follow Twitter's rel=nofollow instructions.
So it's more like the guy down the street who drives that Spyder told Google to go take a hike and they complied.
Fritzing is an open-source hardware initiative. They offer a free software tool to layout professional PCBs (and PCBs can be ordered from within the software).
Don't worry, can happen. I'm sure Sigmund Freud would have an explanation for this.
TFS could have gotten her name right in the title, though.
What an unscrupulous being:
Also in March 2015, the parents of a young child suffering from brain cancer, whom Gibson had befriended, came forward to report that they had been unaware that Gibson had earlier been claiming to be fundraising for their child's treatment on their behalf. The family stated they had not known about Gibson's claim to be charity fundraising on behalf of the child, and the family had never received any funds from her or TheWholePantry. The family suspected Gibson had been using information gleaned from the family's experiences to underpin her own claims to having brain cancer.
With OS X, you (as an administrator) can decide whether you want to allow apps downloaded from 1) Mac App Store, 2) Mac App Store and identified developers, 3) Anywhere. I don't use Windows but I could imagine MS taking a similar approach.
He simply had the stonemason add a few blocks with parity information.
The medium does not need to survive a fire when you distribute the risk. Unless you are afraid that both the bank and your house/office burn down at the same time. In that case, store a few more encrypted optical discs at various friends' or relatives' places.
"Bond reflected that good Americans were fine people and that most of them seemed to come from Texas." - Ian Fleming, "Casino Royale"