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ovh.com is Spamming SQLite Related Fossil Developers' Mailing List

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The following messages originate from Fossil developers mailing list digest.

Free Speech, Open Source Software, Closed Source Software and Robbers

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Communication is always something that involves multiple parties. An interrogator may yell something to the person, who is tied up to some chair and is being tortured, and the person being tortured may even do some parroting to answer something back, but it is always the prerogative of a person itself, whether he gives a true …

Some Thoughts About Personalized web Search, Episode 0

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As of 2016_10 I do not want to be the idiot, who misses the obvious. Specially at my occupation, software development. I do not need to be aware of the latest developments in the field of software development, because I need to be aware of the technically best solutions and the latest solutions are not always …

Control System Computer Architecture D2

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This blog post is a sequel to a blog post titled "Application Software Encapsulation Idea X1 and a Doomsday Computer Architecture Idea D1". The main difference between the Doomsday Computer Architecture D1 and the Control System Computer Architecture D2 is that the D1 is meant for general purpose computing, where it is OK for the program …

Application Software Encapsulation Idea X1 and a Doomsday Computer Architecture Idea D1

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The background music for this article originates from a movie titled "DREDD".

Yet Another view About Organizational Secrets, Episode 1

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The short answer is that as the many stories by the IntlSpyMuseum in Washington demonstrate, organizational secrets are a very unreliable tool even, if all, who are authorized to get access to them, are screened properly, because in addition to spies the authorized personnel can be just plain stupid, careless or their political views can change …

Riigikaitsealane küsimus tsiviilkaitse vaatepunktist

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2015_11_21 õhtul saatsin reale Riigikogu liikmetele ja mõnda ministeeriumi sellise kirja:

Droone õhku lennutava kahuri idee, versioon 0

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Kunagi, kui ma teismeline olin, 90-ndatel, oli mul üheks lemmik-mänguasjaks, mis paraku küll kunagi eriti kaua vastu ei pidanud ja mida mul tuli aeg-ajalt uuesti kingituseks lunida, selline ragulka-laadse, kummipaelaga, asjaga vertikaalselt üles lennutatav lennuk, millel oli plastmassist kere, maandudes kergesti purunevad, üles-lennutamise ajal kokku-volditud, vahtplastist tiivad. Üles-lendamise ajal hoidis õhuvool kokku-volditud tiibu koos, kuid kui …

Ideas About Next Generation Weaponry, Episode 1

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This article is part of a series of articles that discusses possible advancements of weaponry. The Episode 0 focused mainly on ammunition and propulsion systems of the ammunition. This article, the Episode 1, is mostly about bombs. (Yes, imagine that: a blog post about "how to make a bomb", uuuuuuuuuu ).

The Future of Security Audits, Episode 0

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As software grows larger and larger, there is no chance that people are able to manually audit code. Just like people make syntax mistakes, people make semantics mistakes, mis-design and mis-understand design patterns. It is not possible to manually re-audit huge projects after updates, corrections, "corrections" and refactoring. Nor is it possible to reaudit huge projects …

Ideas About Next Generation Weaponry, Episode 0

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The very first requirements that the weaponry must meet is concealability and a possibility to produce them in a concealed manner, preferably from commodity materials. The 1$ microscope project has demonstrated that advanced results can be achieved by using cheap, commodity, materials. In MythBusters Season 13 Episode 8 the stars of the show demonstrate that a …

Few Observations About the Freenet Project

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While studying different, PRACTICAL, non-academic, real-life, routing algorithms for the raudrohi project, I obviously came across the famous Freenet project.

Why all Military Vehciles Should have a Secondary, Civilian, Usage

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The ideas of this article are inspired by a claim that the Soviet Union Kirovets K-700 tractor was developed to be a missile transport vehicle, but was mostly used as a heavy duty tool in agriculture.