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Marek Vašut
Works at DENX Software Engineering GmbH.
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Sigh ... I wish I could use my computer. But I cannot, systemd and udev decided to disagree :-(
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"Always code as if the guy who ends up maintaining your code will be a violent psychopath who knows where you live." 

#programmingquotes   #programminghumor  
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Well said ...
 
My first thought on hearing of the resignation of Brendan Eich as CEO of Mozilla:

Congratulations, gay activists.  You have become the bullies you hate.
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http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/src/lib/libssl/src/apps/apps.c rev 1.23

spray the apps directory with anti-VMS napalm.
so that its lovecraftian horror is not forever lost, i reproduce below
a comment from the deleted code.

        /* 2011-03-22 SMS.
         * If we have 32-bit pointers everywhere, then we're safe, and
         * we bypass this mess, as on non-VMS systems.  (See ARGV,
         * above.)
         * Problem 1: Compaq/HP C before V7.3 always used 32-bit
         * pointers for argv[].
         * Fix 1: For a 32-bit argv[], when we're using 64-bit pointers
         * everywhere else, we always allocate and use a 64-bit
         * duplicate of argv[].
         * Problem 2: Compaq/HP C V7.3 (Alpha, IA64) before ECO1 failed
         * to NULL-terminate a 64-bit argv[].  (As this was written, the
         * compiler ECO was available only on IA64.)
         * Fix 2: Unless advised not to (VMS_TRUST_ARGV), we test a
         * 64-bit argv[argc] for NULL, and, if necessary, use a
         * (properly) NULL-terminated (64-bit) duplicate of argv[].
         * The same code is used in either case to duplicate argv[].
         * Some of these decisions could be handled in preprocessing,
         * but the code tends to get even uglier, and the penalty for
         * deciding at compile- or run-time is tiny.
         */
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on the other hand, the idea of being able to snap a Raspberry Pi module onto my modular phone and be able to do some real "computing" sounds tempting
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http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/linuxcon-japan/program/schedule Linuxcon Japan 2014 schedule is up and DENX has two talks in there. Make sure to visit the event and us ! :-)
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http://heartbleed.com/ OpenSSL bug, severe one too.
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WARNING: Biased and politically incorrect to the bone rambling below. Read on your own risk, we have been warned ...

http://abcnews.go.com/Business/mozilla-ceo-resigns-calif-gay-marriage-ban-campaign/story?id=23181711 Well this is crap. This guy, who works in the browser business, was forced to resign after having his own opinion on things. This unfortunatelly didn't bode well with a party completely unrelated to his field of work, the LGBT, who forced him to the resignation. While I don't mind LGBT, this is an excess and is wrong on multiple levels . First, they had zero involvement in Firefox development, they work in an entirely different fields so I have to wonder what's gonna be next -- maybe angry farmers should force RMS to resign? I clearly sense a witch hunt tendency from the LGBT side and an attempt for revenge. 

... let alone there are users of Firefox and it's Javascript engine in LGBT, so they basically shat on their own heads, congratulations.
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I disagree we should "assume" anything, let's not do that. We should work with facts we know for sure instead. so let's please do that. Actually, if we do that, we can basically conclude this discussion I think.
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