Even though I have iOS and I want to pledge for iOS and Android I don't think an iOS version would be of much use for me. Apple doesn't allow to fully integrate anything 3rd party so, Android would be the exciting one IMO.
Cloud foobar2000 is the only thing that looked interesting to me, but again its pretty vague. I currently have my entire library on google music, and use the google music app when using my android devices. What incentive would there be for me to switch? it took forever for me to upload all my library to google music, so it would have to have some good incentives!
Quote from: mudlord on 15 April, 2014, 02:53:31 AMHow is asking for a report on where the money will go strange?What's strange is asking it of who you acquire your software from but not who you acquire your food from.
How is asking for a report on where the money will go strange?
Quote from: Robertina on 15 April, 2014, 01:30:15 PMAppendix: it is the https-prefix that triggers that warning.To protect against possible Heartbleed attacks Akamai updates their server certificates.Maybe this is the background for the warnings.
Appendix: it is the https-prefix that triggers that warning.
From my presence here, I would assume that the team that tried to make something that also wasn't very clear in it's intention, and suddenly crippled away, could provide better product.When I saw the news, I really thought it's some late April fools' post, but I guess I'm wrong, and maybe wrong again in my whole conclusion.
Response to the op;Was there a long thread full of discussion on what mobile people would actually want somewhere?(Social listening? Personally I really don't care what kind of "music" my friends are listening and if I want to listen to 'Pet shop boys' that day, i'd prefer to hide that from the world.)
So with regard to certificates, Reddit and Akamai would have to coordinate their server configurations with each other (probably I didn't get it)?No-one other than me complained, whereas I get that mismatch-warning (certificate's name ? server's name) each time for any https+reddit:WarningSecurityDetails
I receive a similar warning, unless I use https://pay.reddit.com/ for all https links.
Does anyone know what the new Pope preached in his first Easter mass?