We are trying to do to movies what we did to software with open source. Reduce its value so much that the people working in the industry struggle to survive
Huh? That's not what open source did at all. It shifted the value from copying software to creating software. People are still paid to write open source software, it's just that now most of them are paid by companies who want the features added (or the bugs fixed) directly, rather than by some middlemen that want to charge per copy.
Tell us all again, who controls the purse strings?
fvwm is the most common desktop where I work, by a large margin.
That would be a major change to contract law
Antitrust / monopoly regulations trump contracts in a number of cases already.
Doesn't even require Safari - there's a password assistant built into the OS, even though it's not exposed as an application.
For those wanting more than a vague hint: it's in the Keychain Access app. The New Password Item menu item brings up a dialog box that lets you generate a password matching various criteria.
But you all put that Kim Dot Com guy through the wringer didn't you?
Well it will be nice to not have to install Redshift for my GNOME users, but since most of my Linux users do not use GNOME as their desktop environment this isn't going to affect me much.
A useful feature for GNOME users though, but hardly worth top billing in the feature list.
Ardour can be a bit "heavy", but I have been known to use the video editor kdenlive to edit audio tracks when I've badly needed clip resizing. For other sound work that doesn't need chopping and synching, I still mostly use Audacity.
an embedded controller in a vend a goat machine is having a software loop that fires off every five seconds.
Is 17,200 goats per day actually necessary?
Here is my Climate Theory.
It will get warmer.
It will get cooler.
It is irrefutable!
This is the theory that Jack built. This is the flaw that lay in the theory that Jack built. This is the palpable verbal haze that hid the flaw that lay in...