Oh groan, best use of that tag on
Pretty much! Maybe that could be a bit more explanatory, but the blocker currently is that their Linux test box charts are rather broken.
Ach, yet another up-to-date yet incomplete picture of what is going on with the latest browser speeds. Great they've done the work, but my head is starting to spin from all the recent related posts on this matter.
Is there not a site/service that compiles speed/etc info from automated tests on browser nightlies/etc? Surely it can't be that hard (for someone, unlike me, who can programme
Make a site that is a great resource to all things Open. Not just software or hardware, but open culture, architecture, design, access, etc. Be educational yet very handy so as to better inform and enthuse users as to what communities and resources are out there and how they can participate, either globally or locally. Be a hub site to help join the dots and frame how fantastic the idea of Open is.
"The "my servers been up 3 years" e-pene days are gone folks."
uptime: 1021 days, 23:23
In what kind of instances might a test reboot be advisable after a change? Obviously our overlords have not felt the need to follow this particular advice..
Here's a DailyKos post on the same subject.
Thanks, although I was after more of a somewhat open project. I mean, I know there is a lot that has been done with more common wifi equipment, but do many folk hack at that kind of level but any of the newer ideas or such?
Might any of the existing or proposed wireless standards be anywhere close to a potential candidate for a decenteralised wifi internet to be built upon?
Might this kinda thing be hackable? And what kind of price? What kind of protocols could this do? Are there others like it out there that do a similar or better job but almost as small? Software radio? Might this fit in some new kind of communication stack paradigm?
The fact Google redistributed the files in their own source repo is legally bad, no?
Real programs don't eat cache.