Does your laptop's wifi, sound, LCD panel (in native resolution), and sleep mode work after the install, without further faffing?
If not, it's not 'for humans' yet.
Wifi and sound work out-the-box. Suspend required me to add one line in a config file. I also had to do a few things to make my touchpad work the way I specifically wanted it to.... but I think that's probably true with any system.
I'm typing this message from FreeBSD right now, on a Thinkpad laptop with Intel graphics & wireless.
It really depends on your hardware. With the right laptop it's a great system, and in my opinion much clearer than Linux.
Users are fleeing Firefox like there's no tomorrow. The stats show that Firefox is likely around 7% of the browser market on all of the platforms it supports. The stats clearly show that Firefox's users are going to Chrome and Edge.
All we need is confirmation from Netcraft. Firefox is dying and bleeding users, flowing like a river of blood.
You don't need to be a Kreskin to predict firefox's future. The hand writing is on the wall: firefox faces a bleak future. In fact there won't be any future at all for firefox because firefox is dying.
Whether he does or doesn't isn't terribly relevant. Tim "cares" about the privacy of his users. The 4th Amendment "cares" about the privacy of the people. They're aligned.
I'm not sure whether or not Tim Cook cares about user privacy, but I agree about the 4th Amendment and that in this instance, their positions are aligned.
Now, one might argue that the USG is no longer, practically, bound by the Constitution. But if that's the case, it's no longer authorized either. Most people would rather pretend it somehow is than admit they're living under despotism.
Fucking spot-on, man.
While I happen to agree with Apple's position in this case, I think it's important to be intellectually honest here.
When pressed about how Apple could potentially help fight terrorism by creating a tool to access locked devices, Olson explained that while Apple will help the government defeat terrorism in every way that it can, it can't be done by breaking the Constitution.
Let's not pretend that Tim Cook, or virtually any executive at Apple, gives a shit about the US Constitution.
It's just really annoying when I see these shysters get indignant and hide behind the same Constitution that they continuously mock and use as a punchline.
No! What we need is an all self-victimized woman president who can leak so many classified secrets via email that the terrorists see the error of their ways and turn themselves in.
MORE WOMEN IN TECH!!!
You forgot the hash tags.
If economic problems could be solved by such simplistic policies, it would have been done thousands of years ago and we wouldn't be discussing it.
Virtually no one takes pleasure in the suffering of others caused by economic circumstances, and likewise we fight for our own economic stability. When I think about the benefits of getting rich (which I am not), it's not about the stuff I can buy. It's the peace of mind that comes with having more control over my own circumstances, knowing that I'm not one unfortunate event away from ruin.
Yes, there are some who gain their standing by exploiting others, but I can't buy into the narrative that people who have money are generally greedy and don't want anyone else to have it. And since I have a basic understanding of economics, I know for certain that a universally guaranteed income solves nothing and is just a feel-good pipe dream
So y'all are going to kill him?
That's cool I guess.... but now I'll think twice before shit-posting on
This isn't necessarily an endorsement but just an option that I have experience with. Gitlab, as far as I know, is just a knockoff of Github with slightly fewer features, but it's proably fairly close for most use cases.
We use it at my company and one of our offices has a very Windows-focused group of devs, while many of us in our office lean more toward Linux/BSD. The web interface is alright, it gets the job done. And I'm pretty sure you can self-host for free, but there are plenty of sites to check up on that. My experience isn't from an admin perspective but rather a user perspective, and it seems ok if your users aren't complete morons.
Instead of seeing political flip-flopping as a necessary evil, Frank suggests it is inherent to democracy and according to Frank if there's any blame to be doled out in connection with political hypocrisy, it's to be placed on the heads of voters who criticize legislators for it, instead of accepting it as a necessary part of democratic politics.
Blame everyone but yourself, right Barney?
Most public domain software is free, at least at first glance.