In a funny way:
224 is SS. Is that Hitler's group?
238 is St Helena. Is that Napoleon?
If it isn't funny to you. Apologies.
238 "countries" is impressive. Are any missed?
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> On Jul 18, 2016, at 4:27 PM, toki wrote:
>> On 16/07/2016 20:00, Dennis
On 16/07/2016 20:00, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote:
> It turns out that downloads-by-destination (to within IP-address analysis) is
> easy to get.
That makes for some very interesting results.
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GPL apps are apparently not allowed in the Apple App Store (
http://www.zdnet.com/article/no-gpl-apps-for-apples-app-store/), and if the
source code is under the GPL, it doesn't stop being so in binary form, so
I'd love to know how they get away with it.
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I'm not openoffice-linux64-nightly fail in bootstrap due to
LWP::Protocol::https being missing. I think it was before.
There is a MD5 checksum mismatch in commons-lang3-3.3-src.tar.gz.
The openssl download fails, but the error is "500 Can't connect to
www.openssl.org:443", so it looks like the