155 reputation
4
bio website
location United States
age 25
visits member for 3 years, 6 months
seen May 2 at 20:34

I seem to only like languages that have faces only a mother could love. As I am not a mother, or even female for that matter, that makes me a walking contradiction.

You might be surprised how easy it is for a walking contradiction to think outside the box, given that there is no box.

To be completed later; for now I just want that badge. :-)


Sep
26
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
23
comment Running software as a service using unmodified GPL(v2+) program as a core dependency: must the SaaS source code be released?
I can see it being a borderline case if I'm providing a proprietary interface to free software, for sure (with the interface basically doing the exact same thing the free software does under the hood), but if I'm merely using it and it's essential for the program to function, but said free software's purpose is not intrinsically the same as the proprietary interface and is effectively being used like a system library, surely that could fall under the exception?
Aug
23
comment Running software as a service using unmodified GPL(v2+) program as a core dependency: must the SaaS source code be released?
Wait, GPLv3 does too? I need to look at that again...
Aug
23
comment Running software as a service using unmodified GPL(v2+) program as a core dependency: must the SaaS source code be released?
Just to make sure I'm understanding correctly (having read the #GPLoutput question on the FAQ): So for example, if it can be said that the copyright of a document being uploaded (per my example) is held by the original writer, then the executable is being used, the output of said executable (having no part of the program's code itself contained within) retains the original writer's copyright, and therefore since I'm only using it and output is not by default covered under GPL, I don't have to disclose?
Aug
23
revised Running software as a service using unmodified GPL(v2+) program as a core dependency: must the SaaS source code be released?
Clarified title
Aug
23
awarded  Editor
Aug
23
revised Running software as a service using unmodified GPL(v2+) program as a core dependency: must the SaaS source code be released?
added 537 characters in body
Aug
23
asked Running software as a service using unmodified GPL(v2+) program as a core dependency: must the SaaS source code be released?
Jan
21
comment Pushing for greater automated testing on a QA team
You're right about presentation probably being key-- that's what I was really driving at in my question. I figured that part would be the trickiest. Thanks for the book recommendation. +1
Jan
21
comment Pushing for greater automated testing on a QA team
Thanks, that makes a lot of sense. Probably better to do at least a good amount of it in spare time. +1
Jan
21
comment Pushing for greater automated testing on a QA team
Thanks for the +1s, I was a little confused too. I admit that it's not a pure developers' question, but I am transitioning from being a developer and I'm trying to integrate some of those ideas into the QA role, just like QA is always begging developers to think more like them and write higher quality code from the get-go.
Jan
20
awarded  Student
Jan
20
asked Pushing for greater automated testing on a QA team
Dec
19
awarded  Supporter