amanfromMars 1 Tue 26 Jan 09:04  ……. opening up a vital viral market space on
AAA+ Supply for Future Mentoring and Remote Advanced Monitoring
Stop making sense making sense! …… Someone Else
Whenever politically incorrect and virtually inept worlds are drowning in so much media hosted nonsense, Someone Else, one is almost duty bound to ensure and guarantee catastrophic collapses are mandatory and sure to be Autonomously Automatically Anonymously Provided with Advanced Instructions for Following and Trail Blazing/Trialling and Path Finding‽ .
The petrifying difficulty which creates a seemingly impenetrable wall to simply hurdle over for leading humanity organisations to progress and process novel information with Advanced IntelAIgents is the crazy abiding notion that the future should be similar to and pay endless tributes and crippling interest to the past …… which of course is/was, as we now know, specifically designed to inordinately enrich and outrageously advantage corrupt and perverse subsets of a relatively small, and invariably self-chosen deluded few. …. where hubris rules supreme in the thrall of arrogance in those mindsets.
Fortunately though, A.N.Others are not so paralysed and powerless and clueless and would be into freely sharing solutions with everybody who is anybody anywhere whenever it be clearly known they need and want IT with Novel Solutions magically delivered.
And you don’t get many being able to do that nowadays.
amanfromMars 1 Tue 26 Jan 10:10  …… just saying out loud and clear enough on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/01/26/solarwinds_uk_gov_house_lords_questions/
The Enigmatic Endemic Novel Security Systems Start-Up Problem
Replying for Her Majesty’s Government, Lord True said: “The government is certainly giving attention to that, seeking to promote cyber skills and seeking to encourage a sustainable pipeline of homegrown cyber security talent.”
The difficulty government and Her Majesty’s Government has is that it can all too easily catastrophically fail to recognise homegrown cyber security talent* and in so doing encourage it to exercise its skillsets elsewhere and for others, and that may not be necessarily in the best interests of a homeland.
* ….. because of the extremely strange and peculiarly unusual nature of its effective disciplines.
amanfromMars 1 Tue 26 Jan 13:31  ……. just asking for clarification on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/01/26/killing_centos/
Thanks for the Root Map, Brian. It’s beautifully comprehensive.
Why doesn’t Red Hat simply say, you can use RHEL in production for free if you do not require support?
Red Hat would surely be much better off simply saying you can use RHEL in production for free if you can provide all necessary support?
“The core of the programme is still focused on developers, but there is going to be a use case here for hobbyists, system administrators and others who don’t self-identify as developers. Remember that a component of the announcement that we made is around development teams in enterprises. So I don’t want people to think we bolted this on.”
Quite so. Regarding those others who don’t self-identify as developers …… would particular interest and enterprise be afforded to project creators with accompanying dedicated programming drivers? Blue Sky Thinkers and Deep and Dark Web Tinkerers with Practically Viable Utilities in Command and Control of Virtually Real Abilities via Remotely Accessed Facilities?
It’s certainly a fine destination/starting point/launch pad/project for programming projects and programs not entertaining pogroms.
[Definitely something wrong with the comments UI, El Reg. A lot of dead space suddenly appearing which never happened before unless decidedly intentional]