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Comment Re:A nuclear first strike... (Score 2) 369

I dunno about others but when a site refuses to show content without me unblocking scrips it will just get ignored.
b.t.w. US sites are really the worse with sometimes 15 or more scripts and most of them 3rd party.

Besides, unless advertisers find a way to serve me from 127.0.0.1, they will not do anything as I couldn't care less about their whining because I do not want their bought for web anyway.
They can keep their 80% of their paid for web and stick it where daylight is not showing as it's all cheapo losers crap anyway.

Comment Re:Subcontracting (Score 4, Insightful) 457

Yes, and he should have copied the environment that gave access to his subcontractors and make the copied environment update at his employers environment by scripting.

He was only half smart, his lazyness did him under.

I appaud his idea as he did the same that most corporations do, but he was sloppy doing it.

Comment Re:That is cheap (Score 0) 299

Sorry to distract to a sideline of this conversation but the Gnome thing is a symptom of a wider problem in the GNU/Linux world at this moment.

There is a war going on, a pityful money grabbing one packaged as an idiological one.

Simple said, Canonical and Red Hat are both undermining the GPL by changing the progammable environment into extreme complex beasts so that all others (not backed by lots of r&d money and lawyers) lose entrance to the material wheter it is GPL or not does not matter anymore, the entrance is too high.
They do it under a guise of having idiological Issues with each other, one backing Gnome and the other Unity.

Recently even the Kernel developers got caught into this mess, having Linus calling some maintainer of UDEV a lier.
Google UDEV and systemd to see the whole gory mess, and mind my words, this is only the beginning of the troubles in GNU/Linux land.

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