also, HX protocol (superceding ActiveSync) will apparently never come to an Exchange server near you...
no shared calendars for the on-prem crowd.
36 posts • joined 18 Nov 2009
"If Perens wins, then effectively anyone doing their own kernel hacks is in breach of GPL2 if they don't publish their hack freely. That would, ironically, include the entire kernel community for the time between when they save a source code file they've altered and when they push it back up to some public GIT repo. That would be absurd."
? i am confused. Where is any clause that requires you to publish anything, even less for all to access? GPL does not, to my knowledge, limit _any_ modifications you do in your back chamber. And it requires you to re-license under GPL and add source code to binaries _that you distribute_ - so if you modify source code without compiling it, you can do with it whatever you want - keep it, share it with some people, share it with the world,.. - it just needs to contain source code and must be gplv2 licensed. There is no clause in the GPL to force you to make your code publically available, but if you do, it has to be GPL'd code w/ source.. and that includes the right to re-distribute without any limitations
and for security reasons, please do not log in via OAuth, just provide username and password (aka we couldn't integrate that in our application, so user/pass are manually verified by our friends overseas). Thank you for your cooperation.
.. use the customer ID to identify a smart meter is rubbish - way too much space for clerical errors.. swapping meters or having issues when someone moves.. that is stupid.
serial number is (provided it is unique, like a mac - yes, i look at you, 3com) the natural choice.. how was that patent ever granted?!
1) less refugees does surely not have anything to do with geography and the UK not telling people to come over, like germany and sweden.. no - it was schengen.. sure.
2) It is a bit naive to think that thes southern countries would have been better off without the EU. Spain and the other one.. Ireland? managed to get out of their debts and were actually quite vocal against a haircut for greece.. greece is another topic, that went a bit south.
there is actually a FCAS exporter for Firstclass that exports to mbox format (that is easily read by about.. anything).
i couldn't use it b/c it killed all umlauts... but if you have FCAS, then that'd be the way to go..
the thing is on your box. all hope must be abandoned.
SSL - yes, nice one. except the trojan can easily implant a trusted root certificate, making ANY site showing a signed cert valid.... well.
Anyway, it looks like the trojan REPLACES content on the end user side - so, https won't help here, anyway.
nice try though.
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