Yes in these situations, playing dead if you cannot run safely, is absolutely the best strategy.
You're pretty sure you're not a turing machine yourself.
Let's ask the computer what it thinks it is.
Clearly there is a market, why hasn't American Style medicare identified and kickstarted this already?
Oh, it's because the profit isn't BIG enough. It's too open source.
Chew on that for a while next time you vote in the old USA.
It's sited, but is It *cited*? It shouldn't be because Wikipedia is a secondary source but I think we can agree wikipedia is cited far too often and possibly not sited enough (since they always ask for more money, presumably to expand the number of sites to deal with all the citations. None of which has anything to do with articles occasionally having of its own citations.
To be clear I'm not mocking you but could not resist the play of words
Brings me back to my old HP3000 "desks"
I've been converted into a developer only I still spend my time doing operations and challenging developers to work securely. I rescue them regularly and explain their errata with your code is bad, your toolbelt is weak or this kernel bug hates you.
You're right about everything but it can be a miserably rewarding existence as if something like that is possible.
DevOps is dead and people like me dragged it out into the street and shot it. Here's a firewalled sandbox go nuts devs. To quote Martha: It's a good thing
Its okay to be angry at the sales(wo)man/pitch but you are exactly right.
>I don't know how it turned out, but I also was in the early stages of a very large customer datacenter revamp. They had thousands of systems largely running vmware. Their executive said 'we will move to 100% openstack within the year'. Turned out they had made this decision based solely on write ups and never actually used the software
I am AC. I am experiencing this right now...... this doesn't change the fact that we can mostly do it, but requires a complete change from how business is used to doing things. Management Groking what openstack actually means for the business is the first step to peace, and frankly we will prevail in that regard.
That said the OP i replied to ought to stop whining and look at all the solutions there are for these new sets of 'problems'
The difference being my joke is original, and perfectly within context. Yours is simply overplayed.
Beware, the Tides of March!!!
on the surface, this seems like a great deal for California.
Do you really think that their user-agreement indemnifies them against a company/consortium like Universal, Sony etc?
There's a reason they play along with these folks and not piddly upstarts like content creators.
> I don't think they even read or pay attention to these challenges at all.
This is the crux of the problem here. They don't actually honor appeals process unless you are a big company with big bucks to sue them with.
5 billion channels and nothing is on. I still go to like maybe 5 sites a day.
Money can't buy happiness, but it can make you awfully comfortable while you're being miserable. -- C.B. Luce