[SATLUG] Security Issues
christopher.lemire at gmail.com
Sun Jun 29 13:44:24 CDT 2014
On Thu, Jun 26, 2014 at 3:09 PM, Jonathan Kelley <jonkelley at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm assuming you write a reactor pattern or something for spidering in
> python? I'd think the barrier to threading etc would make it harder to code
> a spider in python.
What's computationally expensive and the overhead involved when you
are thinking of programming that? What's the results of too much
recursion? Think of traversing a maze with recursion and infinite
recursion, need your recursive base case to be correct.
> * JonK gives kris a colourful gift box with question marks and tux's
> printed all over. "Open it!"
> * Kris looks around nervously and slowly opens it
> <JonK> it's empty!
> <JonK> the box represents what an open-source linux programmer makes in a
There are plenty who contribute to open source here that may be able
to better answer that. However, I've found that the little I shared
through open source such as JSpeak seemed to result in none if any
> On Thu, Jun 26, 2014 at 5:43 AM, Daniel Villarreal <youcanlinux at gmail.com>
>> Can one really count on robots.txt being adhered to?
On a larger scale, patterns can be observed, but to answer your
question, not always.
Tell Cameron Marez to speak for himself.
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