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comment Why do programmers use or recommend Mac OS X?
I'm still not convinced on the "hardware" point. Apple's buying power doesn't really go into passing on lower prices to consumers - it goes into subsidizing the cost of almost giving the OS away (if you're running on their overpriced hardware).
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answered From console to GUI applications
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comment Simulating simultaneous entities
Why do you think that procedurally walking all entities doesn't do as you expect? It's straightforward to manage simultaneity by just having all entities react to the state at the start of the timestep, regardless of what other entities have had their current timestep simulated yet.
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answered Is it possible for a technically open source application (specifically javascript) to be released under a proprietary license?
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comment Video documentary on the open source culture?
@FWFD: And a pony!
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answered Including a GPL-license library in a commercial Java program
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comment Including a GPL-license library in a commercial Java program
@Earlz: The real problem is that selling a product (as opposed to selling a service) doesn't really work in the long-term when anyone you sell it to can duplicate and re-sell it, as much as they like, with minimal effort. Note that most open-source software transactions are really about selling support contracts.
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comment Would you make your website's source code public?
@Craig: Sometimes you open it, the company dies, and then several years later something finally comes out of opening it.