I'm running stampede 2.0.32 and it still works on my 0xF00F, almost as smooth back when it was the year of the Linux Desktop.
No more first posts since ages though and swap partition envelopes nearly the disk nowadays when starting Firefox.
Why is handing over the source code a bad thing?
It's all Objective-C which makes your eyes bleed.
Minimum wage laws actually hurt low income and low skill workers twice: not only does it price many of them out of the labor pool, it also increases the cost of goods and services, which hurts low income groups the most.
Sure, let's prevent the low income groups from getting hurt and join them with the Bangladeshian sweatshop crew.
I'm not into history or economics but I have enough experience in life to know there
never has been such a thing as a free market, never is and never will be; power corrupts and people tend to group in peers.
Having large groups of people with and without money in the same area is a recipe for unrest -- bad for business.
This is one more case of DRM making life harder for the consumer.
Harder? You pay for a movie with the guarantee you cannot view it some time a few years from now.
That means the disc is essentially a worthless possession as physical object, why buy it?
Nobody wants a drawer stacked with expensive plastic junk.
> Any Video Converter violates GPL
I misinterpreted that entry, but on second thought, pretty much any converter I come across is based on it.
It's not like Joe Neighbour implements a set of decoders in a weekend.
8 Catfish = 1 Octo-puss