So, if Jesus comes back, it would be nice of Him to miraculously fix this issue: in the year 2007, developers still fail at handling non-ASCII characters.
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2004 06 09
Straw 0.23 is out. Since April. And as a Straw user I did not know this.
Why should I have been notified of a new version? I syndicate Straw’s news feed with Straw itself…
That’s right, Straw’s news feed didn’t get updated in April when 0.23 was out. It’s an aggregator, and its project’s news feed is out of date, how novel.
2004 05 27
Among the many comments from Mac users who’d rather dig their head in the sand than recognise their favorite OS does indeed have a security vulnerability, related to pseudo protocols in Safari (like disk: and help:), this one wins the cake: Mac OS X security flaw is a hoax, according to Apple’s tech support in India. (via Jay Allen’s reply to it)
Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaaf concurs:
2004 05 11
Who is going to stop these hordes of script kiddies getting ready to trample the millions of unpatched Windows 2000 servers?
Norton? Panda? F-Secure? Zone-Alarm (ok, this one’s a joke)?
Enter Ken, Fist of the North Star! With Ken, “you’re already secure — you just don’t know it yet. A-ta-ta-ta-ta-ta-ta!”