Links: Structure editing, Unix History, OSS Legal Issues Primer
My shared links for February 27th through March 1st:
Pretty Lisp | Hacker News I don't like this. Great comment thread though - lots of people agree with me. I think maybe enthusiasm for structure editors is a sign of youthful optimism and inexperience.
2004 Rob Pike Q&A Interview - Slashdot - "(And speaking of Doug, he's the unsung hero of Unix. He was manager of the group that produced it and a huge creative force in the group, but he's almost unknown in the Unix community. He invented a couple of things you might have heard of: pipes and - get this - macros. Well, someone had to do it and that someone was Doug. As Ken once said when we were talking one day in the Unix room, "There's no one smarter than Doug.") "
How To Build a Naive Bayes Classifier | Hacker News - Useful comment thread about building naive bayes classifiers
A Legal Issues Primer for Open Source and Free Software Projects - Software Freedom Law Center -
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