[...] One might have wondered whether there is something inherently difficult about fixing statistical bugs in spreadsheet package. It is reasonable for the developer of a spreadsheet package not to fix errors in a timely fashion? The answer to this question is seen to be, No. A related question is whether amateurs working on a volunteer basis, with no budget for R&D, could do a better job than professionals (who work for pay and have an R&D budget) when it comes to fixing statistical errors in a spreadsheet. The answer to this question is, Yes. [...]
I work in IT, which is the reason our house has: - mechanical locks - mechanical windows - routers using OpenWRT - no smart home crap - no Alexa/Google Assistant/... - no internet connected thermostats
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Operating systems (OSes) represent a very large topic and for decades they have been dominated by a single approach: Unix. Indeed, most of modern systems including the majority of GNU/Linux distributions, the *BSDs, and macOS follow the Unix design. (Windows does not, but it does not have many interesting features for the matter at hand.) In 2000, ...