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September 03, 2015, 03:49:39 AM
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“The software industry is not industrialised.” – Douglas McIlroy

In 1968, at a NATO-sponsored conference called to address the mounting software crisis, McIlroy had a vision for software industrialisation. In the intervening years, the foremost issue that personified this crisis – complexity – has reigned supreme. We characterise this environment of unmanageable complexity as the code-domain.

Now, almost 50 years later, McIlroy’s long-awaited industrialisation of software begins...



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September 03, 2015, 04:42:57 AM
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So Basically, Do you want centralized software?   Bad idea.

You said it:

Our team wholeheartedly supports the Open Source community. Without their ideals of transparency and innovation through collaboration, the implementation of this technology would not be possible. In fact, it is directly because of this transparency that our technology will be compatible with (initially only) Linux.

You are betraying this values with this project.

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September 03, 2015, 07:10:57 AM
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You are betraying this values with this project.

Looks like OP is a legal weasel with a patent and truckload of cognitive bias who is working to an entirely different set of values which can be broadly summarised as “What’s yours is mine, what’s mine is my own.” This is signalled by things such as the fact that they fail to fully identify the legal entity making the privacy statements for the web site. IMO such selective blind spots in thinking are a classic symptom of heavy bias. It also explains the apparent irrationality of attempting to punt a closed-source solution in the crypto-currency domain.

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