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awarded  Yearling
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asked How can I compare and contrast open source licenses?
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awarded  Good Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
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comment What are the standard directory layouts for source code?
@Ryan Hayes I've edited my question to clarify that I mean more than just how to organize the compiled code, but all the artifacts that make up a project.
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awarded  Editor
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revised What are the standard directory layouts for source code?
Clarified that this applies to more than just compiled code.
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asked What are the standard directory layouts for source code?
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Nice Question
Jan
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comment What's the name for a bug that suddenly breaks things but has always been present?
@Mark Trapp I thought there must be accepted, industry jargon for this kind of bug. I use the heisenbug/schrödinbug names frequently (most of my co-workers know exactly what I'm talking about when I use the term) and wanted to know if there was one that met my criteria.
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comment What's the name for a bug that suddenly breaks things but has always been present?
I think you're on the right track. Have there been any famous sleeper cells in history? Who are the most famous members/organizers of sleeper cells? Maybe anything in popular culture (TV, movies, etc.)?
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revised What's the name for a bug that suddenly breaks things but has always been present?
Adding some new tags.
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awarded  Student
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asked What's the name for a bug that suddenly breaks things but has always been present?
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awarded  Autobiographer