5 posts • joined 31 Jul 2007
Richard69, missing the point entirely
The problem is not that people don't want cuts. People know cuts need to be made and hard work needs to be done. The problem is that the savings are not being made fair for all. People who need help most are being hardest hit, and people who have shedloads of money are not being targetting. This is simply not on, and the fact that you fail to see this frankly obvious point makes me think that perhaps you're not fully qualified to comment on the issues. That and your appalling spelling and grammar.
The limit is 330fps, after that it's classed as a firearm.
Tournament markers will usually be capped at 300, and public days usually have site markers 250-280.
Jesus christ, what is wrong with you guys?
If bugs are reported and then fixed, then that's a GOOD THING.
If bugs are undisclosed, and treated in the wrong manner, then that's a BAD THING.
Just because Firefox had 44% of all bugs, it doesn't make it less stable if those bugs get fixed in a timely manner. Especially if the browser is auto-updating, too. If people choose to not upgrade, then that is their problem, and doesn't reflect badly on Firefox.
Journalists = ok - Public = ?
So, if these guidelines are for Journalists, what rights to normal people have? I was under the impression that the Police couldn't go snooping around our pictures either. Or have I got that wrong?
Just a few points...
Firstly, the recording output is MP2 because that what the DAB standard uses. There's no point transcoding and losing quality. Dump the data stream directly to the disk in the same way that some TV capture cards dump the raw MPEG stream to disk.
Secondly, what are you talking about, Steve Lamacq is awesome :-)
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