re: that the Gmail client is just a link to a website.
That's exactly what it should be. Why on earth would you need a proprietary app to do email?
1551 posts • joined 11 May 2007
That's exactly what it should be. Why on earth would you need a proprietary app to do email?
Or alternatively, act like a kid and responsible adults still do their best to keep you safe.
How can anyone take open source seriously when major bits of software are managed by pouty children? "He did it first" is not an excuse that works when it comes to software security.
Jesus, that post is rubbish. You go from "The original post is suggesting that GnuTLS is bad. No one has said it isn't." to "So GnuTLS is badly implemented according to one email 6 years ago" in the same paragraph, pausing only to say that OpenSSL is also shit. Is it possible that maybe you need a third, non-shit alternative?
>> Can I compile that email into a library that applications that link against GnuTLS can use?<< No, but you could presumably submit a patch that used counted length data blobs instead of using strlen and strcat.
Followed that link. The comment basically says "we have to use it as it's the only one compatible with the licences". I don't see how that follows the initial post that says "most of its external and internal APIs are incapable of passing binary data without mangling it". Surely if the only licensable option is insecure then someone's going to have to write a new one or fix the old one.
The original post quoted said "it needs to be using counted-length data blobs everywhere". Isn't this the "amazing alternative" you're asking for?
...how to construct a limerick correctly. What you've typed doesn't scan right. How about:
There once was a royal marine
who invented a fucking machine
at the 99th stroke
the bloody thing broke
and battered his balls to a cream.
Can I wipe them both and put two PROPER linuxes on there!!!
It's got all the googletards in a lather!
Hmm, maybe. Or maybe the original post was a bit of marketing. Whichever, If I'm the one trolling why are you hiding your posting history?
I'm just taking the piss. "Can I wipe it and put a PROPER linux on there" is the tiresome freetard response to pretty much any hardware related story on here.
Sorry, did I touch a nerve?
So happy you just had to sign up just to tell us. With a few more posts under your belt your glowing endorsement would carry a bit more weight.
...can I wipe it and put a PROPER linux on there?
No, I believe it comes from the requirement to simulate focal depth. You can't focus your eyes on things in the "distance" with current stereoscopic 3d and to simulate that they need to know where your eyes are pointing.
Or, if you run 9 or over, you could turn on ActiveX filtering, disables by default but can enable on a site-by-site basis.
Jesus, could you patronise that up a bit for me?
Well, with a comprehensive list of clear problems like that you've certainly shown me a thing or two. Well actually one thing, which doesn't really bear any examination once you realise the "walled garden" allows you to install all the apps you used to run on 7...
But "playskool UI", now that hurts.
it's easy. They changed the start menu. That's it. Every single moan on here boils down to "I didn't want them to change the start screen". And while a load of nerds bitch about how unusable it is and how it's TOTALLY CRAP those of us running it just click on the desktop tile and use it like 7.
Seriously, it's not that big of a deal. Install a start button replacement if you must, but if you dislike change that much then you're probably in the wrong business....
That's known as Schrödinger's anger.
Because you can wipe them and put a PROPER linux on there!!!!!!
They do tend to put all the stupid ones together....
Indeed. Poor Xerox.
Yeah, stupid hearing impaired people. Why should they get to communicate in the way they choose? Surely anyone who can sign can write, it's not like they teach signing to kids. They should use texting and be grateful they're allowed to do that!!
then why wouldn't they? Are they a standards compliant browser or not?
Right on cue.
Isn't that because it's not a "maneuver" at all? Whether it's cultural or to do with integrity they don't feel they can accept the bonus. Your talk about law is pretty disingenuous, it's perfectly legal to not pay a bonus which could just as easily happen in the west.
"It's a pretty small price for the Sony execs to pay though" So why don't we ever see this sort of thing over here then?
No one commenting on the actual contents of the article then? The top execs at Sony are returning their bonuses because the company is doing poorly.
I think that demonstrates integrity far beyond any I've ever seen from corporate management in the west. I don't see why you'd choose this article to comment on firmware upgrades or lousy software.
Let's fill this page with MS hate then we can all pretend this Linux vulnerability never happened.
for "shower of bollock-jugglers"!
The natural environment for children is outside. Don't hear you railing against houses.
It's much more important for children to have a loving home environment, one loving mother or two loving dads is better than a male and female parent who hate each other and fight all the time.
I bet you are. Looks good, yeah?
... is little timmy asking why ryu and ken are kissing like mummy and daddy do
Well maybe most parents (citation needed) should stop being so uptight and just explain that ryu and ken love each other just like mummy and daddy do and that's why they're kissing. Seems pretty straightforward to me.
Likewise if you play COD, stop wasting time in front of the computer and get into the real world and start slaughtering! All you tetris fans, start destroying real walls! All you pacman heads, take pills and eat ghosts in real life.
...Can I wipe it and put a PROPER linux on there!!
If this used web technologies properly the answer to your "why would anyone use this" question would be "because it runs on any platform that has a modern browser on".
As this comes bundled in an OS specific executable I'm forced to agree with you, a C/C++ implementation would've been more efficient. Not so easy to bolt in all the new js frameworks that a text editor so obviously needs though....
The obvious point I was making was that these are all web technologies so should really run on any modern "standards compliant" browser. Where's the advantage is taking all these "run anywhere" components and bundling them into an OS X specific executable? How much extra effort went into bundling them that could have been spent delivering a genuine cross platform app?
Wrapped up in a OS X only executable. Way to miss the point!
I for one welcome our new starch based, cosmic ray enhanced, creamy mash overlords!
Can I wipe it and put a PROPER linux on there?
Ooh, starting a sentence with "But, ", doesn't look exactly like cutting edge grammar to me. You can debate whether starting a sentence with but is ok, but you certainly don't need a comma after it.
Hoisted by your own leotard!
.. I use Wai Yee Hong's in Bristol (near Ikea) and they do packet noodles for 25p but with powdered seasoning, separate chilli sachet, sachet of soy sauce, little sachet of dried onions and a sachet of flavouring oil. Loads more flavoursome than Adsa ones and lots more flavours to choose from.
Does the recipe above (noodles in cup-a-soup) remind anyone else of the lifestyle recipe tips from Lee and Herring's Fist of Fun?
And that's supposed to be good why exactly? Are they finding bugs at nearly 4 a minute or are they just faffing around with stuff that already works? Or does "tweaks" mean insignificant changes?
Yet more MS style "Big list of stuff = best product" thinking.
There were no posts here when I composed this, honest! I didn't consciously copy Ken!
Sorry, what was the article about again?
Which clearly states you should use the name "Supremes" when talking about the US Supreme Court!
Wanted to bleat about windows being insecure so had to install something open source on it?
I assume that 95% of the people on the planet agree with me, though of course I have nothing to back that statement up.
If manufacturers have stopped supporting sd card in their phones it MUST be because people don't want them. The fact manufacturers can add a ludicrous markup to the same model with a bit more internal storage can't have anything to do with it.
Doesn't look like toptenreviews.com has very good reviews though: http://www.sitejabber.com/reviews/www.toptenreviews.com
wikipedia says of MIL-STD-810G:
MIL-STD-810 addresses a broad range of environmental conditions that include: low pressure for altitude testing; exposure to high and low temperatures plus temperature shock (both operating and in storage); rain (including wind blown and freezing rain); humidity, fungus, salt fog for rust testing; sand and dust exposure; explosive atmosphere; leakage; acceleration; shock and transport shock; gunfire vibration; and random vibration.
Sounds more durable than 5 waterproof cases.
Until you can actually focus at different distances it'll only be an illusion of 3d. I believe that tech to enable real 3d is being worked on, but it's a lot trickier than just adjusting the angle of the lenticular dodad.