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comment How is data integrity maintained in a clustered environment when schema changes?
@psr thanks looks like a very helpful link
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comment How is data integrity maintained in a clustered environment when schema changes?
In the abstract, it seems tricky to me.
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comment Is it possible to release something with proprietary dependencies under Apache2 licence?
Haha good point :-)
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comment Could submitting a Pull Request ever constitute accepting a Contributor Licence Agreement?
Thanks for a sensible answer. Interesting point ref if you submit patches to a GPL project - if it's a github pull request, then presumably the contributor has forked the project and published it, so unless they've deleted the LICENSE file I'd assume license-wise it's ok on that front (copyright a separate issue)
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comment Could submitting a Pull Request ever constitute accepting a Contributor Licence Agreement?
Personally I'd trust the opinion of stackoverflow over that of many lawyers.
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comment Is Googling every code a bad practice?
If you're just looking up API calls which are internal to the language or the libraries you're using, I'd recommend downloading this documentation to your work computer. Using reference material for anything but basic calls seems reasonable behaviour.
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comment Why does Cem Kaner consider a test not revealing a bug a waste of time?
Does that mean that tests which pass are a waste of time?