More Thoughts for the Future
@architect We write our name in the sand, and the sea washes it away.
@stux great comment on this video - "why haven't aliens visited our solar system yet? they looked at the reviews - only 1 star"
before openbsd, tried to install guix-system, dragonflybsd, obarun. guix and dbsd refused to see the usb drive. obarun required internet access. openbsd is still like the hey days of arch and other gnu/linux and bsd distributions: everything one needs without a connection to the web. only the proprietary firmware required connection and one gets a list of exact requirements using fw_update.
never thought to try p9 or inferno.
#dyk github has been migrated to azure and is hosted on latest microsoft server, on distributed file system.
Facebook acquires OpenStreetMap partner Mapillary -
Is it basically this?
1. set up a for-profit company
2. tell everyone it's a "collaborative", "open data" project
3. partner with a non-profit to earn brownie points & attention
4. train up your models and develop your tech based on crowdsourced data you got people to willingly upload
5. sell yourself to Evil Corp for $$$
6. shut down the open API, minimise and hamper any community efforts, maximise profits
after reading computing news, questions:
why are coding ethics and habits that would result in f in high school allowed in production?
why do proprietary code couple sensitive data with program source?
after 40 years, proprietary code culture still repeats the same security failing mistakes?
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