Tom Krazit, writing for GeekWire:
“Ninety-nine percent of the contributions to Redis were made by Redis Labs,” Bengal said. There’s a longstanding myth in the open-source world that projects are driven by a community of contributors, but in reality, paid developers contribute the bulk of the code in most modern open-source projects, as Puppet founder Luke Kanies explained in our story earlier this year.
Yes but Joomla is a fantastic exception, the project is 100% volunteer.
I'd make a fairly grand bet that this study did not make sure that bicyclists actually followed the rules of the road, being almost hit many a time in Chicago by riders flying through stop signs and red lights is empirical evidence enough.
Best Cormac McCarthy tech mashup reference ever!
It’s true that Apple has somewhat neglected the Mac in the last five years and is only now trying to make amends. But if you don’t like what you have, sell it. Use the funds to buy a new device you want more. Consider the difference the amount you paid for the year of use you got out of it. But this isn’t a Cormac McCarthy novel. You don’t have to suffer miserably your entire life before dying in quiet ignominy at having bought the wrong laptop.
It's secure, fast, and free. This is a no brainer for connecting to the internet, set up at https://developers.cloudflare.com/220.127.116.11/setting-up-18.104.22.168/:
22.214.171.124 is a fast and private way to browse the Internet. It is a public DNS resolver, but unlike most DNS resolvers, 126.96.36.199 is not selling user data to advertisers. The implementation of 188.8.131.52 makes it the fastest resolver out there.