Really? I've not been able to find anything other than a new release. The patches might be in git, but they are not easily found.
MINIX is obsolete.
FLIF will never kill PNG anyway as long as it keeps linking to libpng.
I've had no issues with Soylent 1.4/1.5 producing the kind of room-clearing gas that earlier versions did. It's really rather disappointing.
When's the last time it was every six months?
Hint: It was probably sometime back when the release was two CDs, and not 6 CDs and 2 double-sided DVDs.
If their plan is to get more third parties to go along with their DRM, then they haven't really learned a thing yet.
No, Linus needs to use his finger.
From my experience, the boneheads were almost exclusively in the HR agencies.
About a year ago, in my previous job, I was recruiting for some Linux Kernel/Drivers/Embedded C (with a bit of C++) people. I was dealing with some of these boneheads but I made sure I had a very good, strongly-worded chat with them to explain the types of candidates I was looking for, making it absolutely clear that I needed people who were proficient in C, not just C++.
The reply that took the biscuit was, "To be honest, you'd be better off looking for C# programmers."
...of simpler times hundreds of years ago...
Maybe Occam's razor could come in handy here. Maybe you smoked too much weed today.
Haven't you heard of Area 51 and the Zeta Reticulans?
Man, do they groove!
I THINK THEY SHOULD CONTINUE the policy of not giving a Nobel Prize for paneling. -- Jack Handley, The New Mexican, 1988.