* Posts by Andy

6 posts • joined 18 Apr 2007

Developers more 'satisfied' with PHP than other codes

Andy

Only 500?

What is the point of asking 500 developers exactly? hardly a large enough group fpr proper results.

Also whatever a developer uses most (by choice!) he (or she) will think is best...

Rock-solid Fedora 10 brings salvation to Ubuntu weary

Andy
Linux

Errrrm ok then

Well my personal experience of fedora is such that I now use Debian and am much happier.

RPM's and yum are a poor, poor reflection of apt/aptitude in my humble opinion.

Tiscali swallows Pipex broadband and voice

Andy

RE:Alternative to Freedom2surf

I would recommend IDnet, or if you're not bothered by outsource support Be unlimited. (I'm an ex freedom2surf employee btw so thanks!) :)

ISPA to members: play fair on fair use

Andy

Contracts/small print etc.

Well the reason no-one can take these ISP's to court is there is always clauses in the small print which say basically if we want to change something we can anytime we please, as well as having the AUP/FUP or whatever stated in there too.....

Just out of interest (I'm not sure exactly what the BT wholesale prices are now but this is as of about a year ago) the 'break even' point for most ISP's that use the BT wholesale service was approx. 50GB per month, use more than this and you would start costing more money than you make (based on around a £24.99 'unlimited' service)....

Andy

Contracts/small print etc.

Well the reason no-one can take these ISP's to court is there is always clauses in the small print which say basically if we want to change something we can anytime we please, as well as having the AUP/FUP or whatever stated in there too.....

Just out of interest (I'm not sure exactly what the BT wholesale prices are now but this is as of about a year ago) the 'break even' point for most ISP's that use the BT wholesale service was approx. 50GB per month, use more than this and you would start costing more money than you make (based on around a £24.99 'unlimited' service)....

ISP ejects whistle-blowing student

Andy

A Be Member

To be honest the first thing I did when I set up my Be connection was Disable Telnet access... so I wouldn't avoid them because of this, just take precautions.

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