Und weil wir gerade dabei sind: http://forkfedora.org
Kontext ist http://www.golem.de/news/systemd-diskussion-debian-koennte-geforkt-werden-1410-109945.html bzw http://debianfork.org/
»Die Beteiligten wollen den Startprozess durch lesbare Shellskripte kontrollieren, da nur diese die notwendige Macht über das System gewähren. Darüber hinaus sei “die Zentralisierung von Kontrolldiensten, Sockets, Geräten, Mounts usw. in einem Daemon ein Schlag ins Gesicht der Unix-Philosophie”. «
Da sage ich doch mal “Gut, daß es https://code.google.com/p/shunit2/ gibt.” (genau genommen habe ich https://plus.google.com/+KristianK%C3%B6hntopp/posts/7tWCwqMsrVz gesagt)
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FTR - I agree with http://forkfedora.org/
This is the first criticism of systemd that makes an interesting and worthwhile reading argument. As in, it applies in a general way to other pieces of software as well, and you can learn something from it even when you are not interested into the Great Systemd Flamewar™.
That is not to say it applies or doesn’t to systemd, but it is well written and makes a valueable contribution.
Happy 10th Birthday, Ubuntu • Scott James Remnant
20th October 2004, ten years ago today, Ubuntu 4.10 (Warty Warthog) was released. While the user community celebrates the decade anniversary today, for me and those of us who worked on it, it was the result of almost eight months of work. My… | Scott James Remnant | I can dance if I want to
LEGO Boba Fett
Next up: photino birds and Xeelee…
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A strange signal in the X-ray spectrum that appears to be a signature of ‘axions’, a hypothetical dark matter particle, has been detected by astronomers. “It could take years to confirm, but this may be the first direct detection and identification of dark matter.”
"The idea of axions has been around for a while. It was postulated by the Peccei-Quinn theory in 1977 to resolve a nasty problem in quantum physics. Only later did physicists realize that it was a viable candidate for the cold dark matter implied to exist by astronomical observations. According to theory, axions are able to ‘feel’ electromagnetic interactions despite not carrying an electromagnetic charge. This would imply that, should an axion come into contact with a magnetic field, it could convert into photons — which is something we can detect. What’s more, if they do indeed exist, they’re expected to be produced in the core of the Sun."
"Part of me suspects there’s an upside to GamerGate: It dragged a part of the Internet that we always knew was there out into the open where it’s really hard to ignore. It’s damaged some people’s lives, but you know what? That was happening all the time, anyhow. The difference is, now we can’t not see it."
Wie man sieht, ist Krypto kaputt. Also, nicht nur die Krypto, sondern auch und insbesondere alles, was damit in Kontakt gekommen ist. Wahrscheinlich ist es ansteckend. Mad DES Disease oder so was.
Channel allocations are changing and once in a while I need to rerun the channel search on the TV and on the eyeTV of the mini that drives the TV.
Watching TV live, not through eyeTV, Chromecast, Netflix or Amazon Prime Instant Video, is a strange and weird experience.
There are 58 channels that the channel search found. Over half of them are this weird https://www.hbbtv.org/, which is basically spyware added through an internet backchannel to your TV and which don’t work, because I have dumbed down my smart TV (Samsung, you’ll need to add a CPU to the smart TV to make it a worthwhile UX) by not plugging in any Internet.
Of the rest, again, over half of them are shopping channels or religious or eso nutjob channels.
Of the rest, most of them are state TV, which I could also download using Mediathek.app on my own schedule.
Rerunning the scan on the eyeTV, and disabling 3 out of 4 channels.
TV, you are broken. I won’t wait for you to improve while I am streaming from three nations exit IPs.