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  • Of Course there isn't a shortage.

    Too late, I'm already here stealing your jobs and your women. And they're even giving me a green card.

  • Censorship

    , ScanIAm wrote


    I may be wrong, but I thought that the android space allowed 3rd party apps with no need for vetting.  My understanding was that that was why Android seems to be winning in the mobile phone arena.

    Or, in my understanding, why Android is filled with malware :)

  • MVC View Question... I think... :-(

    , spivonious wrote

    as your app grows you may find it easier to refactor that logic into a service layer.

    This. Your controllers should be thin and dumb.

  • Who is running C9?

    You could bug @davidfowl@DamianEdwards and @danroth on twitter to update the github docs. Or add an issue on the github repo. Both of those routes would be more effective than waiting for a video to appear.

  • Censorship

    , Blue Ink wrote


    I just meant "illegal" with respect to app store policies, but as a matter of fact yes, hate speech happens to be illegal in a lot of countries. Even in the US, hate speech is not always covered by the First Amendment; I'm not a lawyer, but I suspect that that game does not qualify for protection.

    Wait wait wait. First Amendment doesn't matter here. Heck I'm British and I know that the First Amendment only applies to government attempts to stop speech. App stores are private property, companies can set admission rules how they like (well, mostly, you couldn't exclude content based on submitters' race for example).

  • Censorship

    Funny, I was commenting today that censorship has moved from the old guard and governments to become a tool for the 20 something generation to squash opinions they don't agree with (added bonus, GamerGate is trying to do the same thing)

    However having said that the stores have guidelines for submission, and banning something like this I don't view as problematic. If it had been hunting blacks rather than gays would you still object? This isn't political correctness it's common decency.

  • 2013 MVC5

    , Kryptos wrote

    @blowdart:I meant as in, could I right click on the project and remove auto rather than manually removing it all.

    No there isn't.

  • Microsoft Watch

    , ScanIAm wrote

    @GoddersUK: And, of course, houses.

    But mostly fee(s) and ouse(s)

  • 2013 MVC5

    , spivonious wrote

    @Kryptos: Taking it out of the web.config should do it. Then just wipe out the relevant classes and views.

    It depends which auth you configued. Clean is, hmm, well, for individual auth clean is hard.


  • Told ya (dotnet)

    , wastingtime​withforums wrote


    And ASP.NET is not really open sourced either, only the MVC part is. The still widely used webforms part is untouched and won't work on Linux and Mac (that's really false advertising they are doing by hiding these tidbits deep in some MSDN pages).

    Well MVC and WebAPI and SignalR and Identity etc. The stuff under active development. If you look at ASP.NET v.next, which has been on github for a year webforms is not part of it.

    , wastingtime​withforums wrote

    Sorry, no. The crown jewels are not open sourced.

    Funny, I'd have thought an open source compiler was the crown jewels, and again Roslyn has been open source for a while.