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Eric S. Raymond
ElTiempo.com¿Estamos libres realmente?ElTiempo.comA la persona que se encarga de modificar una máquina o programa. Según el Glosario del Argot Hacker o Jargon File, cuyo creador fue Eric S. Raymond, el término hacking también significa acción de irrumpir o entrar de manera forzada a un sistema de ...
Posted on 7 February 2017 | 1:37 pm
Boys Winter Track: Woodstown, Trenton secure
NJ.comBoys Winter Track: Woodstown, Trenton secure sectional championshipsNJ.comEric Barnes crossed the finish line first in the 800m run in 1:57.68, just edging out Hendriks by 0.02 seconds to secure the top two spots in the race. Toms River North collected 20 of their points in the ... to a bronze medal. Salem's Raymond Bentley ...
Posted on 3 February 2017 | 8:11 pm
Court cases - Observer-Reporter
Observer-ReporterCourt casesObserver-ReporterKenneth S. Raymond, 43, 236 Quail Run Road, Venetia; DUI; charged Jan. 19; sentence – six months in the intermediate punishment program, 60 days on electronic home monitoring, $300 fine, 12-month driver's license suspension and 12 months of ignition ...
Posted on 23 January 2017 | 3:00 pm
Hacker Conference Says 'No' to Political
Heat StreetHacker Conference Says 'No' to Political Correctness, Supports Diversity of IdeasHeat StreetSoftware developer and Roguelike guidebook creator Eric S. Raymond described the rules as an “attempt to beat the hacker culture into political pliability.” A Medium commentator, GethN7, provided a solid deconstruction of the Code of Conduct. Ehmke ...and more »
Posted on 12 January 2017 | 1:53 am
Tech SJWs in Disarray After Attempts To
Breitbart NewsTech SJWs in Disarray After Attempts To Silence Conference BackfireBreitbart NewsSocial justice warriors in the tech industry suffered a stunning reversal of fortunes last week after their attempted boycott of the LambdaConf programming conference in Boulder, Colorado led to a massive backlash from other quarters of the tech community.
Posted on 5 April 2016 | 8:07 am
The new struggles facing open source
Eric S. Raymond
The early days of open source were fraught with religious animosities we feared would tear apart the movement: free software fundamentalists haggling with open source pragmatists over how many Apache licenses would fit on the head of a pin. But once commercial interests moved in to plunder for profit, the challenges faced by open source pivoted toward issues of control.
Posted on 6 April 2015 | 11:22 am
For open source legend Eric S. Raymond,
Eric S. Raymond
It took a while for Eric S. Raymond, one of the founding fathers of the open source movement, to prioritize the end user. But now that he has, he wants you to know how easy it can be. “Watch the users use your product,” he said, in his rather sweet tone.
Posted on 23 August 2015 | 10:36 pm
Snappy by Appy Pie is a fantastic app
Yes, this is where things start to become an issue but thankfully for us Appy Pie has come to the rescue (I don’t apologize for the cliche statement…) Launched in 2013, Appy Pie took a completely different approach when it came to coding by offering ...
Posted on 17 June 2015 | 1:08 am
In a Swift move, open source & Linux
Yes, he did say Linux. It’s exciting to see the words Linux and Open ... Equipping the developer community with what it needs is the right way to go." When I asked Eric S Raymond, the author of The Cathedral and the Bazaar and renowned open source ...
Posted on 10 June 2015 | 4:06 am
The Zen Pagan: What Does It Mean For the
This one is long — crazy long — so I’m putting some housekeeping at the top before I lose you, dear reader. My deep thanks to departing Patheos Pagan managing editor Christine Hoff Kraemer for bringing me on board, and congratulations to Jason Mankey ...
Posted on 27 February 2015 | 1:03 am
Opinion: TrueCrypt and the Myth of
Raymond coined a phrase that he called Linus's Law: "Given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow." So goes the standard argument in favor of open source – that more "eyeballs" make for better quality control and better security. It has become the ...
Posted on 29 October 2014 | 12:35 am
Resolved Question: IS THERE A GLOBAL LAW
Posted on 27 May 2013 | 12:37 am
Resolved Question: Can somebody provide me
Eric S. Raymond
I'm 17 yrs old . from the starting my parents have been strict on me.they are well quite old and our family is usually surrounded by one or another tensions..they could not understand my life's view. like if i even pick up a simple wooden log then they will say-" hey you, why have u picked it up. you will hurt someone, keep it down." they always call me "hey" , and call me by name only if they want to get their work done through me... i don't have any girlfriend and i also probably not have much "friends" from the very BEGINNING... i look quite smart and have a very nice attitude.. but i spend a very VERY lonely life... spending time on computer or TV. i am a big fan of wrestling as well ..i also daydream a lot about becoming a wrestler but my body is rather skinny...i am a BIG daydreamer.. but i want to enjoy life ... please tell me how??????? i appreciate results.. I workout everyday at home and have started a good diet..
Posted on 3 May 2013 | 12:41 am
Resolved Question: Should I drop Raymond
My team is
Should I drop Felton? Someone already picked up Eric Gordon and Jarett Jack so i don't know if there is anyone worth keeping from the free agency. Closest one I like is Alexy Shved, or should I pick up a big man for him? Or should I just stash him on my bench?
Posted on 30 December 2012 | 5:51 am
Resolved Question: Raymond Felton in
Raymond Felton is going to be out 4-6 weeks (pinkie). He's been playing pretty well until the last couple of games. I'm guessing due to the pinkie injury. I'm in a deep league (12 teams). Thinking about dropping him for jarrett jack. I'm going to need some help with threes, points, mins and assists if I hold on to him. Think he's worth homding onto? Your thoughts?
Posted on 28 December 2012 | 1:00 am
Resolved Question: The screen in my laptop
Posted on 21 September 2012 | 9:57 am