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Trusting the Cloud?

I am curious if there are any conversations in businesses on trusting the cloud after Parlor got pulled for political motivations effectively shutting down an entire company? Regardless of your political viewpoint, this should be worrying for any company that relies solely on cloud services.

When using cloud services your basically putting your companies future in someone else hands. I have never been an advocate for the cloud that's why even LR does not run in the cloud

worldtour.flights/ has turned out to be a fav site of mine. Combined with pilot2atc
For example: worldtour.flights/flightplans/ -> download and import from pilot2atc, export in what ever scheme (x-plane11 fms for example).

@monsieuricon I dont know if we should care from the wider opensource community.. Not sure of the legaleese involved on this, or the impact if any..

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I am NOT a patent fan NOR am I a lawyer. However, limiting the checks and balances from stupid patents??.. One way for people to fight off frivolous patents is Inter Partes Review process. Guess what? Folks have upto Dec 3, 2020 to leave a comment to try and give feedback on Limiting the review process..
regulations.gov/document?D=PTO

Thanks to @arnd I finally got to look at a driver after almost a decade, heh! Fond memories... Nostalgia.. Sigh..

lore.kernel.org/linux-arm-kern

Anyways.. 2020 LTS @gregkh
news still comes from annoucements in conferences. Why is this interesting? Major distros rightfully pick it for the next release..

twitter.com/kernellogger/statu

not from:
people.kernel.org/gregkh/
or
kernel.social/@gregkh

<rant> DT and status = "okay" "disabled" "fail-sss"! Grrrrrr... been a decade and counting.. and still trying to figure this out! lore.kernel.org/linux-arm-kern </rant>

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