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13 years ago @ Sean the Blogonaut - An Atheist for PM? · 0 replies · +1 points

I see it more as defending ourselves from faith in all its forms.

13 years ago @ Sean the Blogonaut - An Atheist for PM? · 1 reply · +1 points

While I'm happy to see we now have an unwed female (and quiet probably atheist) PM, I'm reserving judgment until I hear her position on the filter.

13 years ago @ Joe Gregorio | BitWorking - WebFinger | BitWorkin... · 0 replies · +1 points

I'm sorry I missed this before but this is another nice option (though it could create some problems for sites that can't run the service on their marketing websites).

13 years ago @ Geek Factor - Removed Disqus in disg... · 0 replies · +1 points

Apparently not:

"Please note: our Blogger importer and exporter are currently disabled due to some bugs. We plan on offering it again in the future. Our apologies for the inconvenience."

13 years ago @ Geek Factor - Removed Disqus in disg... · 0 replies · +1 points

Interesting... I had always thought this wasn't possible. Wonder if it's the same for Blogger...

13 years ago @ The Loop - MacUpdate Desktop 5.0 ... · 0 replies · +1 points

I had to dig deep to find this information - it would be good if it were more prominent.

14 years ago @ Martin Kuppinger - The Open Cloud Manifesto · 0 replies · +1 points

The Open Cloud Initiative (OCI) at is hoping to put some teeth back in the manifesto and extended the invitation to IBM to subject it to public scrutiny. That should turn the focus to standards where it belongs.


PS Two standards efforts are kicking off this week - one around storage and the other, the Open Cloud Computing Interface (OCCI) around lifecycle management of virtual machines and similar workloads.

14 years ago @ GoGrid Blog - Navigating the Layers ... · 1 reply · +3 points

No offense intended, but is it not a little too convenient for an infrastructure provider to push a pyramid model where infrastructure is what half a dozen times larger than the top "Application" layer? I see no justification for this imbalance whatsoever and could well present an argument for an "upside-down triangle"

15 years ago @ IntenseDebate Blog - FriendFeed Comment Ret... · 0 replies · +5 points

I'm still quite worried about detaching my comments from my blog as the two are (obviously) intrinsically linked. I'd be happier if there was more in the way of migration options... both for backing out later (eg pushing comments back into the underlying blogging platform as well so as the commenting system can be removed without incident, or using the underlying blogging platform for comment storage and intensedebate for metadata like threading, votes, etc.) and for migrating between commenting systems (eg Disqus <-> intensedebate).