Re: What's the betting...
Think you have your geography a bit mixed up with regards to Slovenia.
198 posts • joined 24 Dec 2009
Think you have your geography a bit mixed up with regards to Slovenia.
Sloppy focus - so windows don't lose focus when you go over your background XD
Still love it in my FVWM config.
> I know that it would take extreme circumstances for me to do anything like this.
Never. Simple as that. My duty is to keep things going, if the employer treats me poorly there are legal means to go after them - without making myself the target.
After a few months of having my Jolla I gave it to my mom to play with - ran the tutorial for her and let her toy around with it.
30 minutes later(aka I wandered of to do other stuff) - I like it, can I have one?
We now both use Jolla phones.
Relying on any system without a support contract/entity that would get such things fixed as a core system sounds like a daft idea.
You find a system that works with your setup and pay for that.
If I were to deploy something like that - first things first:
- Is there in house support from IT to support Linux based systems? No? Can they retrain, how much does it cost, what would be needed, would an external provider be able to assist until transition is done?
- How to do standard office things like mail(this one can be as easy as use google apps for business, or some other web based provider, if need in house find a system that either your team can manage with or a third party provider(open-xchange comes to mind(they offer support packages and such)), documents etc...
- Core business supporting systems - be it ERP, CRM, etc... etc... it's core to your business so you should have a support contract or at least some sort of business contact with whoever's software you are using - be it a cloud based solution, or some piece of software, if there is no business support available - don't use it. This isn't a hammer that will just work with no support.
People often forget that just because it's open source it doesn't mean it's free of costs. They are just elsewhere - software is free, and you get free support if you are willing to wait for responses from commuinty/do your own research. But if you need support on business critical things - then don't rely on that.
As someone who loves open source and software available for it even I need to look at the business case for everything I suggest to the company be it storage(go with $random server and disks or a dedicated storage system from a known storage vendor), be it servers, firewall etc...
dumb. If I want smart I can add a PC to it easily and be done with that.
This is my worry as well, as much as there are some great books, once put on film it would be someone elses vision.
there are these chaps... not really sure what they're called... geologist I would like to say... and they use all these fancy sciency thingies to try and discern whats below the ground and such.
I hear the oil industry is quite fond of them so they don't need to waste insane amounts of money on pointless drilling.
Well around here any online gambling site that isn't licensed localy is blocked - though I don't believe there is much effort put into it.
But it's basically the national lottery and other gambling taxes are put into sports and handicap funds so that kinda makes some sense...
Simple as that... don't do catch-alls but handle it appropriately... let stuff tat is wrong bounce and let the originator deal with it properly.
The GPL specifically states you do not need to provide source code unless requested to do so. And that you will be able to provide it for at least 3 years.
It nowhere requires you to provide the source code up front. You can even charge shipping and such for it.
And yeah the disconect is important.
Each year I get asked by my boss if I want a work phone - each time my answer is the same - if you consider I need a cell phone that I'll leave in the office after I head home - then sure - otherwise it's a waste.
I work while at work - outside of that - you do not exist for the most part. Sure I'll pull in the hours if needed and even respond to an occasional chat for help. But for me that world generally doesn't exist when I leave the office.
I do this as a sysadmin - when trying to help our devs sort out issue and figure out if it's a systems or a devs prob - I'd sit down with them and they would show me stuff and then we would go through stuff more or less line by line.
It's one of the more fun aspects of my work to be honest. As frustrating as it can be at times it's fun.
Guess it helps that most of my learning of coding was through pseudo code(some actual coding as well but the good stuff was the pseudo code stuff) and actually tracing through that required pen and paper to solve at times.
Hmmm people put sensitive data on tiny, easy to lose things that you can plug in any system? *shudder*
I'll stick to having stuff stored on my own server, on my own property that I can access anywhere via ssh and other secure methods and if need be can copy to a different location.
My uses for USB flash drives:
- random bootable linux distro 1
- random bootable linux distro 2
- random bootable linux distro 3
Installers/etc... for stuff I might need to be using in an enviroment without good online connection,
err... random music/vids/etc....
Got as well both my personal(2015-12-30 04:47:21) and the one at work(Wed Dec 30 02:09:47.079195 2015).
And they got the clacks headers back from both as well
Played it a few years ago via the nice: telnet nethack.alt.org
Did some 100 games and managed to finish it once. It's fun and enjoyable, and seeing all the fails as they happen either by spectating it or just following the bot posting all the embarrasements to all to see ;)
Well that just about sums it up I'd say.
/me goes back to bed.
Yup that I'd agree is a nice sunny day around these parts as well.
To prevent escape routes double bread it. Once and then redip in egg and then in breadcrumbs again.
Been thinking the same(for a long time). There should be the Euro but it should be a currency on top of national currencies with an exchange rate relative to them. People could still pay with it, get paid with it but it should always be relative to the national currency(until such a time as it would make the optimal currency area a sense).
As for the EU... I'm still on the fence. It did do some good things but at the same time some bad things. Will see how it goes.
Sad but true... now-a-days a lot of companies are burn through whatever you can to get the most profit then ditch and start fresh.
And to add on top of that... very few companies will bother to try and pickup the pieces as well. There is a company here that recently got their primary production assets seized by the tax agency because they couldn't pay worker benefits for a while. Why couldn't they pay them you ask? Because the state owes them a lot of money.
What did they do? They grabbed the old machines and in a day they were back up and working aiming to get all their orders sorted so they can keep the 200 or so people employed. This is missing in a lot of companies. The drive to keep it going, to keep people employed.
Really... they are thinking oww 3 vs 4 has no noticeable effect on competition. No shit... they all know each other... You need a LOT of players to get decent competion.
You know you are stupid if you enter your credit card number or real details into a low security environment such as a gaming network(that includes steam, xbl, etc...).
I'm still using topup cards from game stores to buy stuff there. I'll never put in a credit card(or at most a prepaid thing that has 0 value 99% of the time and that I use up the moment it's loaded).
Where's the baseball cap or something along those lines...
The Jolla devices have AlienDalvik that can run Android Apps don't ask me how it performs because I have yet to bother using it.
But yeah bought the phone half a year ago, kicktstarted the other half KEYBOARD addon(el-reg report about this as well both are running at the same time even):
And now indiegogoed the tablet.
For my own uses the phone is perfect and the user experience is something I miss from all other devices so far. I was hoping for the longest time for a tablet from them as well... they seem to have a clue/ideas on how to make user experiences that are great and that are intuitive once you break the chains of the android/ios limitations.
Randoms: Hey look we're doing this thing...
cacert.org: Hey look we've been doing this for years - with the added benefit that we are actually thinking how to get better at verify the user identity and how to handle if we can't
Frankly CAs are way way overrated - it's basicalyl I claim I am such and such and I have money to prove it...
So that's where the death star has been hidding all these aeons...
The what where when logo? Never heard of them...
as a not car person(does it have 4 wheels and moves and can I control it)... This is one of twe cars I am actually interested in... the other being the clio grandtour variants.
Valve can just adjust that sure we will provide refunds under the conditions that game ending achievment has not yet been achieved and in 14 days have not passed since day of purchase. I think that would be reasonable as a valid refund policy.
Considering that some games can start off well enough but will eventually degenerate into a PoS that makes them unplayable.
Enjoy using the self checkout machines as well. I can get through faster than at a normal checkout but they sense... they really do that I work in IT so they will on occasion cause ALL maner of nonsense...
My Jolla perch.
Can we please block cig ads, alchohol ads, political ads(I don't enjoy being bombarded by the same dodgy politicos I try and ignore in real life while watching youtube), dodgy weight loss ads, the stupidity that youtube ads are where you are listening to a song and in pops an ad that is... a FULL length song from a diff youtube channel...
And the law itself state that if a company wishes to argue no-compete they are then required to pay me until that no-compete is up(without me doing any work for them).
most people will keep on using fecesbook. Gotta love the stockholm syndrome...
I can agree with AdamT on wanting a per room profile that will heat up a room and such. Basically requires setting up each room as a zone with each radiator having it's own controlled valve. And a bit more temperature monitoring.
the P bomb on the world...
Because - blank -.
They or should I say the one lone wolf got a total of:
Pirate party (2,58 percent)
Please please no...
Well PS4 has a disable HDCP button... But otherwise there are things that decode HDCP and pass out plain HDMI.
Stinging nettles are a perfectly reasonable substitute for spinach and if I recall can make a decent herbal tea as well.
Seriously... libressl is the project to get behind... not openssl. And it will be what I'll choose to run and I wouldn't be surprised if a lot of others will as well.
...promising flowers and then dropping a pile of shit on you after.
Until it is proven these things don't have any side effects on second hand vapers I'd prefer they are relegated to the same spot as normal cigs.
And from my personal experience with someone in the office trying to use the e-cig a couple of times I felt poorly after that. So it certainly isn't just water vapour. There is enough in there that can cause issues in the short term.
I'm not opposed to letting people enjoy what they want. I'm just opposed to having it affect others or myself.
My main concern is getting the sound into the HiFi... then if I want I could expand this to other rooms with the 350 eur sets.
So don't bother them with thundebird but give them some fancy web interface like roundcube.
...start playing on current gen and then upgrade for the 10 monetary units once you get the next gen device. That way you get to have fun all along.
systemd'oh! DNS lib underscore bug bites everyone's favorite init tool, blanks Netflix
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