It's not necessarily that the open source software never has security incidents. It's that there are far more people to deal with incidents. In the proprietary world, you're hoping really that the code never gets out into hackers' hands. It's really security by obscurity.
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It would have been devastating, really. For us to find a way to come up with a team victory ... it's the biggest win of our year, no doubt about it.
Me being the son of a Marine for 30 years, it's an even more special day for myself. My dad will be here tonight. Unfortunately, it took Sept. 11 for a good part of Americans to appreciate what the military does for us. ... Tonight's a special evening.
trying to get guys to understand that you have to work the count, you have to swing at strikes, do all those kinds of things good teams do on the offensive end. But they just haven't been able to do it.
The funny thing is that new guys who come into the organization who question whether she's adequate enough as far as strength, she rectifies that in a hurry. There's many guys that aren't repeat customers because of that.
You don't always want to wait until the ninth inning to win games, but we haven't had that. That propels us, to know we can win at any time. You don't want to go into the postseason scuffling.
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Everything's intentional. It's just filling in the dots.
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