Actually you get something that has passed several different analyses.
Silencing "gcc -Wall" is a good thing. Modern gcc versions catch lots of errors. Add to that clang static analysis and others you get pretty reasonable error detection which is what they are aiming for.
GPLv2 is purely about code openness and code contribution but not about FSF ideals.
Not according to the people who actually WROTE the GPLv2. You made a good point about *some* of the people who chose to use it, but that is not what the GPLv2 was written FOR.
And Big Jim!
Interest, and the broader phenomenon of rent (interest is just rent on money), is the thing that breaks a free market and turns it into capitalism.
There would be no cause for forcible redistribution of wealth if only this mechanism by which wealth becomes concentrated was removed.
Without rent and interest, wealth would naturally redistribute from those with more to those with less, as those with more traded their excess capital for the labor of those with less; for what use is that excess if you're just sitting on it, not getting anything for it?
But when you can lend it out, and not only get it all back but more on top of that, and keep repeating that process, then you can spend that extra you get back to buy the labor of those with less than you, without ever losing any capital in the process. Capital becomes a free money machine, if you can charge usury on it (that is, charge for the mere use of it, without actually selling it).
And conversely, those who have to borrow from you, the same working poor whose labor you're buying, get to keep less of the product of their labor because they have to pay you that same little extra that you turn turn around and pay them with. The "free money" you get out of your free money machine is actually money out of their pockets; money that they would otherwise use to buy, rather than merely borrow, the things that they need.
In short, with rent and interest in existence, those with more wealth can perpetually extract labor from those with less wealth without ever losing anything in the process, perpetuating and even exacerbating the wealth gap between them.
While without rent and interest, that wealth gap would naturally close without any forceful intervention just by natural market forces.
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Pretty much their whole catalog is already sub based. But considering you pay like 50-70 per game and year today...
Do you think it's just coincidence that virtually no one has more than 2 or 3 options (if that) for a broadband ISP? Telcos lobby local governments to get them to deny easement rights (among other things) to potential competitors.
Google received stunning regulatory concessions and incentives from local governments, including free access to virtually everything the city owns or controls: rights of way, central office space, power, interconnections with anchor institutions, marketing and direct mail, and office space for Google employees. City officials also expedited the permitting process and assigned staff specifically to help Google. One county even offered to allow Google to hang its wires on parts of utility poles—for free—that are usually off-limits to communications companies.
The municipality decides who covers their territory, and nobody else. Quit trying to blame a government problem on an already-stifled-by-the-government market.
Google? Consistent? That's a joke.
Considering that wild mice who live in proximity to humans markedly prefer to eat stuff humans have touched
Zoo primates could be 'contaminated' as well.
Looks like some future researcher is in for a long tramp through the back of beyond.
2-3 dollars an hour is interesting at best for people who play games with zero replay value and no long term
Ok, it would actually be a steal for contemporary games.
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No I am not encouraging people to use hostages as shields. I am encouraging people to not shoot through the hostages to get to the bad guy behind them.
Imagine if Hamas was shooting rockets from within an Israeli home or hospital, do you think the Israeli army would be so quick to bomb it? So why then is it ok to bomb a Palestinean home or hospital, is it because those hostages are not considered as valuable?