How accurate is this XKCD comic from August 10, 2011?
I've always been an advocate of long rather than complex passwords, but most security people (at least the ones that I've talked to) are against me on that one. However, XKCD's analysis seems spot on to me.
Am I missing something or is th...
i don't know. i kind of want it to keep working on old lts until expiration. you don't win any friends by saying use my app after you upgrade to edge.
the arch/bsd/lfs guys would hate it too b/c it adds a need to track dependency chain.
i could open a sockfile so if you run the command again, it just bumps the old menu window visible again and quits with a witty "I'm sorry dave, I was already running. Let me expose that window for you" error message.
the thought was open a menu window, like what would have been the app indicator but without an applet, that you can open settings or do anything you would have done from an applet on first launch. on every successive launch, expose that window instead of starting a new process.
yes. probably an undecorated window in the top right of the screen according to what X says is screen geometry. so it's just a box. or put it where the webcam window will go, since the menu doesn't have many widgets...unlike configuration probably will
look at the top ten security tools for CEOs reviews all over the place. they leave out nmap, netstat, lsof, and other cli only stuffs in favor of big shiny buttons.
maybe i think differently, but if i'm at a con and someone says "i wrote an app that does XYZ" - i'm all like - "Can I import it and do my own thing?", but when someone says - "I wrote a library that lets you do XYZ" - i'm all like - "So here's a beer."