"Why am I reinventing Disqus? That is the question I've been getting asked since I 'announced' on Identi.ca that I'd be replacing Disqus with a free (AGPL) comment system that I was to write." ... "Complete lack of Source Code: Currently, Disqus doesn't distribute their source code, and don't plan to do so in the future.Read more »
If you have the desire to be a part of this community, help it grow and make it more worthwhile and valuable to others, please comment as much as possible, whenever and wherever you can.Read more »
Just thought we'd take an opportunity to ask you all to help improve your community and ours by posting comments as much as you can on as many stories and as often as you can.
Far too often stories come and go without anyone providing their opinions of them apart from giving them votes. It would of great benefit to the community if we all participate more often in this way.
It may be time to pull up stakes and move to a new host. We humbly ask for your input.Read more »
In one sense, the idea that all we need is a mostly free operating system is a direct indication of where FOSS is today. Most types of software needed for productivity and leisure computing are now available as FOSS applications, and those that aren't, such as Flash, or video or wireless drivers, are available as free downloads with proprietary licenses.Read more »
I have no idea whether this is satire, but there seems to be an influx of dumb posts about Ubuntu lately. This seems to take the cake.Read more »
No doubt many of our regular readers have already discovered this feature of FSDaily, but for those who haven't...
Arguments rage over the importance of adding comments to your code versus the importance of writing clear code that speaks for itself, thereby potentially eliminating the need for comments.Read more »
I think I see a way we could be really helpful to the ISO folks having to sort through all the 10,000 comments the various countries filed with their votes on MS OOXML.Read more »