That's how we know the hack is fake
In this video he briefly denies the hack: https://youtube.com/watch?v=yf4xdGm0Nfs
Jones' dismissal sounds somewhat uninformed. But it also sounds like VICE/Motherboard saw a hashed file and then paid for only a few cracked hashes.
Sounds like Jones is claiming the "cracked hashes" were stooge accounts.
There should have been a headline a few days ago, "Hillary thinks it is worth her time to attack Alex Jones."
Edimax is the manufacturer of these devices.
Official statement on Wayland support in Enlightenment and its libraries:
"It also is in the transition from X11 to Wayland. We are fully committed to moving to Wayland eventually as this is definitely the future of the graphical display layer on Linux."
From the Enlightenment home page.
Hahaha, lol, love the sarcasm
I used to keep Slashdot open in a tab all day, everyday, but not anymore. I have to close Slashdot frequently to clear up its huge memory leaks.
Linux doesn't seem to rely on a cult of personality around Linus so much as it relies on the person Linus, whereas other projects like Python form a cult of personality around Guido van Rossum, or GNOME 3 forms a cult of personality around designer Allan Day, etc.
How did you cultivate Linux with your strong personality while avoiding a cult of personality, and how can other project leaders employ similar techniques to benefit their projects?
I'd like to see it happen, but call me skeptical.
NTP would typically slew a 1-second difference, so Google is not out-of-line to add the second at the beginning of the day and slew their systems over the course of the day. Google uses lots of vector clocks in their distributed systems, they may have calculated that slewing over the course of the day introduces fewer time differences between machines than counting the final second twice (due to drift, which is inevitable on any NTP slave, corrected by "frequency discipline" and error estimates).
Their method has a name in NTP parlance, it is called slew.
See man page ntpd(8).
I'd like it to be consistent throughout.
What does being the top result on Google for your name/handle have to do with being "intensely private"? Answer: nothing.
The reason computer chips are so small is computers don't eat much.