Didn't go very well with enchiladas you can see in the background
echo "deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/adamhorden/msp430/ubuntu karmic main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/msp430.list sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install msp430-gcc msp430-gdb msp430-binutils msp430-libc
Blond is usually synonymous with bland - not this beer.
Honey notes on the front and a nice crisp bitter finish. Finishes a
bit like a good pilsner.
Wish we could brew a beer like this.
Drink it ya bum.
A great big beer.
The sweet molasses notes balanced well with the bitterness and
People have argued that open source communities are less of a target because they have less money to extract, but the most dangerous suits are about shutting down competition, not about extracting licensing fees --- like this Google/Oracle suit, apparently.
Of course - many in the Free software community approach problems based on their love of the underlying technology - de-coupled from a love of its current commercial owner. As such, we would advocate decisions that were good for the product, potentially at the expense of its current owner. So - what does this mean for people like us ? Guard your heart ! - try not to fall in love with a technology, and give yourself to developing and improving it, if a single company owns, and controls it. As a corrolary - try to avoid assigning your copyright to companies that might use it to harm you later. And finally - try to choose to support, and use good Free Software that grants wide patent and re-use rights under licenses like the GPL.
James Gosling is usually pretty cryptic in his non-technical writing, but I think if you read carefully, it seems to me that Gosling regrets that Oracle now holds his patents on Java. I know developers get nice bonuses if they let their company apply for patents on their work. I also know there's pressure in most large companies to get more patents. We, as developers, must simply refuse this. We invent this stuff, not the suits and the lawyers who want to exploit our work for larger and larger profits. As a community of developers and computer scientists, we must simply refuse to ever let someone patent our work. In a phrase: just say no.