Security Council extends expert group on arms embargo against Côte dIvoire

Determining that the situation in Côte d’Ivoire continues to pose a threat to international peace and security, the United Nations Security Council today unanimously voted to extend the mandate of the three-person team monitoring the arms embargo against the West African country.Under today’s resolution, the Group of Experts, which was established early last year to gather and analyze information on arms caches and flows in the region, will continue working through 15 December.The Council also asked the Group to prepare an updated report on the effectiveness of the weapons ban, as well as on the success of other States’ efforts to prevent the import of rough diamonds from Côte d’Ivoire, which has been divided between government and rebel forces since fighting broke out in 2002. The Group will also report on any serious obstacles to the freedom of movement of the UN mission in Côte d’Ivoire (UNOCI).Meanwhile, a UN expert is calling for full, independent investigation into last month’s dumping of toxic waste around the capital, Abidjan, that has reportedly killed at least six people and sickened thousands of others.“The dumping of toxic products and wastes violates a wide range of human rights, including the right to life, the right to health and the right to adequate housing,” said Okechukwu Ibeanu, the Special UN Rapporteur on adverse effects of the illicit movement and dumping of toxic and dangerous products and wastes on the enjoyment of human rights.Mr. Ibeanu called upon all concerned countries and parties “to immediately disclose all information on the exact content and composition of the toxic waste and any other information that could be used to save lives and treat persons that have been affected by the waste.”He also called for the identification and prosecution of those responsible for the dumping, as well as compensation for the victims and their families.Last week the UN’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) quoted sources saying the as yet unidentified substances were dumped from a vessel, Probo Koala, on 19 August, and possibly exported illegally from Europe. read more

Learner drivers should have to practise on rural roads before their test

first_imgLearner driver For two years after passing, drivers should not be able to carry passengers under the age of 25 or be on the roads between 11pm and 6am, Brake says.According to Department for Transport figures, 120 young drivers died in crashes in 2015, the last year for which figures are available. Eighty per cent of those crashes took place on rural roads, 16 per cent on urban roads and four per cent on motorways.Jason Wakeford, Director of Campaigns for Brake, said: “High speeds, sharp bends, narrow lanes, risky overtaking and the presence of vulnerable road users like cyclists, make rural roads the most dangerous by far. The combination of rural roads and novice drivers is lethal – a staggering 80 per cent of all young car driver fatalities occur in rural locations. Learner drivers should have compulsory lessons on rural roads to bring down the number of fatal accidents, a charity has said.Four in five fatal crashes involving young drivers take place on rural roads, according to the most recent figures.The road safety charity Brake says learners should be forced to practise on country roads, as part of a graduated licensing system which would make new drivers gradually build up new skills in stages.The charity believes the UK should follow other countries in having a minimum learning period of one year before a driver can sit their test. Brake wants graduated driving licences to be introduced Credit:Cultura RF center_img “Brake is calling for a total overhaul of the learning to drive system to help cut fatalities and injuries. A graduated licensing system, including a minimum learning period, mandatory training on rural roads and restrictions for newly-qualified drivers – such as a zero drink-drive limit – will allow new drivers to build up more skills and experience over a longer period of time.”This approach has dramatically reduced road casualties in countries including Australia and New Zealand and could save some 400 lives a year if implemented in the UK.”Brake is also calling for a review of rural speed limits and for ‘Voluntary Intelligent Speed Adaptation’, which helps drivers keep within the limit, to be fitted as standard to new cars.”There is also the need for better and more affordable public transport, so fewer young people see starting driving in their teens as a necessity.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img read more

So it turns out that free GP care might not actually be

first_img“That may require a very modest charge but no final decision has been taken on that matter.Ireland is unusual in that 60 per cent of the population do not currently have access to GP or primary care as part of the State healthcare system.Nominal fees have been used in other countries with State healthcare systems such as Sweden and France.The idea of applying a small fee to access GP services was first raised by former junior health minister Alex White on the fringes of the Labour conference in February.He suggested it could be around a “fiver or tenner” but stressed that this would not apply in the case of children under six.“Your listeners of course know that nothing is free. We all know that the health services have to be paid for,” he later told RTÉ.IMO: Free GP care will lead to 750,000 extra consultations per yearRead: Minister can’t rule out “fiver or tenner” charge for ‘free’ GP care CHARGING A NOMINAL fee for doctor visits is being considered as part of plans to introduce free GP care in Ireland.The Department of Health has stressed that no final decision has been taken as to whether a “very modest charge” will be applied to GP visits in order to prevent abuse of the system.Discussions are ongoing with the Irish Medical Organisation as the government is currently rolling out free GP care to children under the age of six which is expected to be in place by early next year.Over 70s are next in line to get access to free GP services with children in primary and secondary school set to be the next to benefit.However, a spokesperson for Health Minister Leo Varadkar said: “But we do not want services to be overwhelmed and we don’t want people with legitimate concerns to find that GP services are struggling to cope.last_img read more

Former Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos target of bomb attack

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram A bomb attack occurred at around 6.30 p.m. (local time) in Athens, targeting former Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos, 69.The explosive mechanism, said to have been contained in an envelope by local media was in Papademos’ car and went off when the former PM tried to open his mail.Papademos was rushed to Evangelismos Hospital with wounds to his face, legs, arms and stomach that according to the doctors and the latest report from Kathimerini, are not life threatening. Doctors, however, are worried about his eyesight.His driver and another man, both Bank of Greece employees, were reportedly also hospitalized with less serious injuries from the blast between Patission and Marnis Street.Papademos, who was appointed caretaker prime minister in November 2011 following concerns the country would exit the Eurozone, remained in the position until May 2012 when elections were held.He previously served as the vice president of the European Central Bank from 2002 to 2010 and as governor of the Bank of Greece from 1994 to 2002.Police and counter-terrorism units are on alert and investigating the attack. Meanwhile, days earlier an envelope containing bullets, addressed to Greece’s general secretary for public revenue, was intercepted at a post office in Athens while another envelope exploded at an IMF office in Paris, injuring one person in late March.Government spokesperson Dimitris Tzanakopoulos said he “unequivocally condemns” the attack after visiting Papademos in hospital.last_img read more

Sony Pictures CEO Says Door Is Closed for Now on SpiderMan Split

first_img Jake Gyllenhaal Avoids Questions About Mysterio in Sinister SixTom Holland Responds to Disney-Sony Spider-Man Feud Stay on target Fans hoping for Spider-Man’s return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) may be disappointed to hear a new update from Sony Pictures CEO Tony Vinciquerra.At Variety’s Entertainment & Technology summit, Vinciquerra said “for the moment the door is closed” when he was asked about Spider-Man coming back to the MCU. Even though Spider-Man will be under Sony Pictures’ wing for now, Vinciquerra explained that “it’s a long life,” possibly implying that the superhero could come back to the MCU in the future.At a @Variety summit, Sony Pictures chief executive Tony Vinciquerra expressed confidence in Spider-Man’s future in Sony’s yet-to-launch shared universe and said there was “no ill will” between Marvel and Sony. https://t.co/N2n0fMswSQ— Twitter Moments (@TwitterMoments) September 5, 2019Vinciquerra discussed how there is “no ill will” between Marvel and Sony, after the two parties couldn’t form a deal for upcoming Spider-Man films. He explained how Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, was “stretched incredibly thin” with MCU projects as one of the reasons why an agreement couldn’t be reached.The biggest Spider-Man movie ever just got BIGGER with over an hour of never-before-seen content, including this all-new short film, behind-the-scenes & more! #SpiderManFarFromHome swings onto Digital 9/17 and Blu-ray, DVD & 4K Ultra HD 10/1. https://t.co/szDozgUZv7 pic.twitter.com/G2mTY8wUkL— Spider-Man: Far From Home (@SpiderManMovie) September 3, 2019“We had a great run with [Feige] on Spider-Man movies. We tried to see if there’s a way to work it out….the Marvel people are terrific people, we have great respect for them, but on the other hand we have some pretty terrific people of our own,” Vinciquerra said. “Kevin [Feige] didn’t do all the work.”Sony Pictures will reportedly launch its own universe with Spider-Man characters. The studio is currently in the production stage for a second Venom film, a movie based on the comic book character Morbius the Living Vampire, and “five or six” TV series that take place in the Spider-Man world.“Spider-Man was fine before the event movies, did better with the event movies, and now that we have our own universe, he will play off the other characters as well,” Vinciquerra added. “I think we’re pretty capable of doing what we have to do here.”More on Geek.com:Tom Holland Responds to Disney-Sony Spider Man FeudSpider-Man Artist Todd McFarlane Comments on Disney-Sony Feud‘Avengers’ Star Jeremy Renner: ‘Sony We Want Spider-Man Back’last_img read more

Committee advances proposed middleincome housing initiatives

first_imgCommittee advances proposed middle-income housing initiatives KUSI Newsroom, Ed Lenderman Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom, Ed Lenderman, Updated: 5:14 PMcenter_img Posted: May 21, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) — The San Diego City Council’s Smart Growth and Land Use Committee Monday advanced regulation proposals intended to encourage middle-income housing construction.Middle income is defined in the proposed regulation as any household with income between 120 and 150 percent of the area median income. The proposals, part of Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s Housing SD plan, would provide density bonuses, incentives and waivers to developers who reserve at least 10 percent of units for middle-income housing. Density bonuses, often associated with affordable housing construction, allow developers to build more square footage than existing zoning allows.To secure the proposed middle-income incentives, developers would also have to build at least partially within “transit priority areas” within a half-mile of a major transit stop, a plan intended to encourage public transit use, as well as lessen reliance on cars and reduce greenhouse emissions.Over the past decade, housing development hasn’t kept up with job or population growth, according to a city report which says San Diego County median home prices exceed $500,000 and an average home rental exceeds $1,800 per month.Proposed regulations are intended to fill the middle-income housing gap and subsequently reduce pressure on prices for other types of housing. The committee advanced the regulation proposals to the full council with no recommendation for or against approval. The motion included recommendations for city staff to consider several provisions before the council hears the item.Several committee members requested removing the middle-income definition’s lower threshold — 120 percent of an area’s median income — from the regulations in order to encourage a more balanced range of housing opportunities within communities.“I would like communities in other areas, particularly in wealthier communities, to make sure we’re allowing for those mixed-income types of developments,” committee member David Alvarez said. City Planning Director Mike Hansen said staff are “on board” with removing the floor, but they need to vet language before presenting to the council.“There are some complexities on how that could relate to the rest of the code and the rest of the regulations, and we would like to come back with a regulation on how we can best do that,” he said. Alvarez also requested that parking requirements within the proposed regulations are loosened.As they stand, proposed regulations call for one on-site parking spot per one-bedroom or studio unit, two spots for two-to-three bedroom units and “two and one-half” spots for four-or-more bedroom units.Alvarez said the requirements — especially for studios — unnecessarily hamper development. “We’re incentivizing this development because we believe, I think, that transit will be of a higher use by the tenants who will live here, therefore we should not be building parking so that they all have one or two spaces. That’s not the intent,” he said.Lastly, committee member Georgette Gomez requested that the regulations include an existing affordable housing density bonus provision that requires new developments replace every affordable unit displaced by the demolition of an older structure. “In order to get my support, it has to be part of it,” she said. May 21, 2018last_img read more

82 cite making an error at work as top cause of stress

first_imgEmployees’ stress levels in the workplace and how they react to causes of stress may be dependent on individuals’ personality types, according to research by Deloitte.Its Business Chemistry stress study, which surveyed 23,000 professionals, found that the majority (82%) of respondents said that making an error at work was the top driver of stress in a corporate environment.This was followed by a challenging workload, which included working long hours or juggling multiple responsibilities cited by 52% of respondents.Overall, 57% of respondents reported being stressed sometimes, while 14% were rarely stressed, 25% were often stressed and 3% claimed to always be stressed.The research also found:52% of respondents were stressed during moments of conflict, such as getting reprimanded or delivering a difficult message.46% of respondents experienced more stress in situations that created urgency, for example time sensitive or critical projects.45% of respondents found face-to-face interactions, such as delivering a presentation or leading a meeting, stressful.The study surveyed a further 17,000 respondents about how their coping strategies for dealing with stress. Action strategies, such as tackling the issue head on, were the most popular method, cited by 82%, followed by cognitive coping strategies, such as stepping back and thinking through possibilities (79%) and groundwork, such as getting organised or seeking further information (78%). In addition, 47% said they use interpersonal coping strategies, such as talking to someone and bouncing ideas around.Kim Christfort, managing director at Deloitte and national managing director at The Deloitte Greenhouse Experience Team, said: “The survey indicates that workplace stress is relative and not everyone experiences stress in the same way or to the same degree. Much likely depends on that person’s working style and preferences.”Suzanne Vickberg, senior manager at Deloitte and applied insights lead at The Deloitte Greenhouse Experience Team, said: “Organisations and teams may want to pay special attention to their inward-focused team members to understand what might be done to reduce stress levels.“Inward-focused types may bring particular strengths that can add value to a team, like conscientiousness, strong listening skills and detail-focus. Their tendency to be sensitive to others’ experiences and reactions can help improve team collaboration and performance, but they are often the most stressed, and overlooked, members of the team.”last_img read more

Brockhampton Tells Us To Expect Fourth Album In September

first_img Email News Brockhampton’s Fourth Album Is Coming Next Month brockhampton-tells-us-expect-fourth-album-september Twitter Facebook center_img Prior to the deal, the group had success landing on the Billboard 200. Saturation II reached No. 57 and in the first week of this year, Saturation III reached No. 15. Preferring to be referred to as an “all-American boy band,” expectations are just the beginning for Brockhampton’s creative panoply of multi-dimensional cultural remixes.Although Ameer Vann has since left the collective, bringing its membership down to 14, Fader has an introductory interview with the team. They function as a creative unit and an emotionally supportive family for each other’s experimental explorations. While members speak to the group’s effort to bend norms and shift perceptions, Abstract perhaps sums them up best, saying, “I think what we’re doing hasn’t really ever been done before.”Each fresh release adds new levels thanks to their innovative approach, musically delivering layered cultural commentary. So, whatever you think about Brockhampton, prepare for their next redefinition. Today, we expect it to be titled Iridescence but we also expect the unexpected.Catching Up On Music News Powered By The Recording Academy Just Got Easier. Have A Google Home Device? “Talk To GRAMMYs”Read more The latest from the 14-member collective is ‘Iridescence,’ arriving soon, but with this ‘family’ anything might come nextPhilip MerrillGRAMMYs Aug 27, 2018 – 3:00 pm Hip-hop collective Brockhampton released three albums in 2017 — Saturation, Saturation II and Saturation III — feeding a growing appetite for new work. Changing statements about their fourth album coalesced on Aug. 26 with the promise of Iridescence to be released next month.Iridescence will be their first release under their lucrative new RCA Records deal. In his signature liberated fashion, founding member Kevin Abstract reassured fans via Twitter: “Nothing changes we still in this living room making songs making out and all of that rca just gon help us push this gay agenda.” Brockhampton Tells Us To Expect Fourth Album In September last_img read more

NOW HIRING Wilmington Town Assessors Office Is Hiring

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — The Town of Wilmington is seeking a Senior Clerk for the Town Assessor’s Office. The job listing is below:Position: Senior Clerk in Assessor’s OfficeUnit: AFSCME IIReporting To: Principal AssessorWages: $786.66/weekly – $995.40/weeklyHours: 35 Hours, Monday – FridayLocation: Town Hall, 121 Glen Road ApplicationDeadline: December 21, 2018Definition: The Senior Clerk position is responsible for providing higher level clerical support of a more-than-ordinary-difficulty to department heads and staff.Essential FunctionsWorking under the supervision of the Department Head and/or designee:Greet visitors and customers, answer the telephone and general emails, answer basic questions and provide general information. For more complex questions and needs assist callers, customers, and visitors with reaching the proper staff person or resource. May assist with registering visitors and customers for programs or activities.Prepare or review bills, payroll, invoices, and/or receipts. Maintain moderately complex financial records of revenue and expenditures for the department. Process and track intake of grants, gifts, fees, and donations, and track expenditures. Work with Accounting Department resolve discrepancies in accounts.Assemble and compute data, prepare statistical reports, summaries, and other municipal records and documents, may assist in assessment procedures including abatement and exemption applications, payroll, purchasing, tax collection, and other related department functions, and monthly statistical reports.Sort, file, record various materials, classify materials according to subject matter or other classification.May provide administrative support to a Board, Committee, or Commission, posting meetings in accordance with Open Meeting Law, recording agenda and minutes, assembling and distributing documentation, and assisting with setup of meetings.Collect, sort, and distribute mail.Prepare correspondence, reports, newsletters and documents, assemble or research content information, provide drafts, final documents, and distribute through inter-office mail, email, us postal service, or otherwise as directed.May manage department supplies and materials, and order supplies and materials as needed.May manage the department webpage, ensure content is timely, accurate and useful, update and add content on a regular basis.Maintain department files in an orderly manner, file documents, and retrieve documents from files as requested.Perform other similar tasks or related works as assigned by the department head and designee.Minimum QualificationsHigh School diploma.A minimum of two years of clerical or administrative experience in a customer service or municipal setting, or any equivalent combination of experience and education.Ability to provide excellent customer service and work effectively with the public.Experience with Microsoft Office products and ability to effectively utilize Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other standard administrative software.Ability to communicate effectively with others, orally and in writing.Ability to exercise initiative and use good judgment, work with limited direction in the completion of tasks and assignments.Ability to organize and perform multiple tasks effectively.Job EnvironmentWork is generally performed inside a building. Work environment is characteristic of an office environment, with even walking surfaces and generally low noise levels. Noise levels may be elevated during certain programs or performances that may be scheduled in the building.Physical RequirementsThe work is generally of an intellectual nature. While performing the functions of this job, the employee is required to stand and sit for prolonged periods. Frequently required use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects; reaches with hands and arms, bends, stoops, kneels, and/or crouches. Specific vision abilities required include close and medium distance vision and the ability to adjust focus. Must be able to hear normal sounds, distinguish sound as voice and communicate through human speech. Required to lift and carry equipment and supplies weighing up to 50 pounds. This position requires the ability to operate a keyboard, computer mouse, telephone, fax, copier, writing tools, scissors, and other standard office equipment.EOETo Apply:Submit resume, cover letter and completed application to:Town Manager’s OfficeAttn: Town Manager121 Glen RoadWilmington, MA 01887or via email at: jobs@wilmingtonma.govIf submitting by email please use “Position: Assessor Senior Clerk” in the subject. Resume, cover letter and completed application may be attached as a PDF to the email. Please note, we will not reformat or fix formatting issues if sending electronically and in a file type other than PDF.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Thank You To Our Sponsor:Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedNOW HIRING: Wilmington DPW Seeks Senior ClerkIn “Government”NOW HIRING: Wilmington Town Manager’s Office Is HiringIn “Government”NOW HIRING: Town Hall Hiring Clerk For Planning & Conservation Dept.In “Government”last_img read more

AELP parent company and Canadian Hydro One call off merger

first_imgHydro One’s logo on a tower at its headquarters in Toronto on May 20, 2015. Hydro One says it’s Canada’s largest electricity transmission and distribution service provider. (Public domain photo by Raysonho @ Open Grid Scheduler / Grid Engine)The proposed merger between the parent company of Juneau’s power utility and a Canadian power company is dead. That’s according to Hydro One and Avista, who announced Wednesday they had terminated the deal.Alaska Electric Light & Power was bought by Avista Corp. in 2014. The Spokane-based parent company opened merger talks with Toronto-based Hydro One in 2017.But the merger needed approval in every state where Avista does business. Alaska’s regulators had approved the deal, but utility regulators in Idaho and Washington rejected the merger.Both states cited fears over political meddling in Hydro One, which is 47 percent owned by the province of Ontario. Populist premier Doug Ford forced Hydro One’s CEO to resign and replaced its board of directors weeks after being elected in June.In a joint statement, Avista and Hydro One said their boards independently decided terminating the deal would be best course of action for the companies and their shareholders.AEL&P President Connie Hulbert wrote in a statement that the outcome of the proposed merger will not affect the Juneau utility, which serves 17,000 homes and businesses including Hecla’s Greens Creek Mine.“It will continue to be business as usual for AEL&P,” she wrote.Some in Juneau had raised concerns over the prospect of a foreign business owning the 125-year-old company.Renewable Juneau, an advocacy group, released a statement applauding regulators for scuttling the merger. Andy Romanoff, who is on the nonprofit’s board of directors, wrote that the proposed merger was not in the public interest.“Idaho and Washington regulators found, for various reasons, that the proposed merger between Canada’s Hydro One and Avista Corporation was not in the public’s best interest. We understand that finding as it is consistent with issues raised in Alaska,” Romanoff wrote. “A concern of note was the prospect of foreign control of the merged corporations and its possible implications for Juneau’s local power utility, AEL&P.”Hydro One will pay Avista a $103 million termination fee as required by the merger agreement, the statement said.In an email, Avista spokesperson Casey Fielder said Avista is not actively seeking any other mergers.CoastAlaska’s Jacob Resneck contributed to this report.last_img read more

Suo motu FIR registered in Kolkata Metro incident

first_imgKolkata: Police have registered a suo motu FIR to probe the recent incident of alleged moral policing in the Kolkata Metro Railway, following a mass petition in this regard. “We have registered an FIR. We have already started taking action so that those who were involved in the incident can be identified and nabbed,” DC (North) Debasis Sarkar said.Police started the case on Friday after the petition, signed by several passengers, was forwarded by Metro Railway authorities. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsAccording to media reports, a few people on Monday objected to a man hugging his woman friend in a Metro train coach. An argument ensued between the two sides and the protestors heckled the couple, pushed them out of the train and beat them up at Dum Dum Metro station. Protests was held outside Tollygunge and Dum Dum Metro stations on Wednesday against the incident. There was alleged assault of some girls protesting against the moral policing by unruly Metro Railway passengers on Thursday evening near Dum Dum metro station, and a complaint was lodged with the police. Police were trying to procure CCTV footage to investigate the case of the alleged assault. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedA senior officer at the Kolkata Police headquarter in Lalbazar said police was also planning to record statements of witnesses.Earlier, a Kolkata Metro spokesperson, said: “We did not receive any complaint, and nothing could be found in the CCTV footage either. The security official present at the station did not report anything.” However, many lashed out at the attackers on social media. Although a few objected to “people getting intimate in public”, they were outnumbered by those speaking in support of the couple.last_img read more

Replacing Notepad with Notepad in Windows

first_imgReplacing Notepad with Notepad++ in Windows by Martin Brinkmann on October 22, 2018 in Tutorials – 37 commentsThe release of the text editor Notepad++ 7.5.9 introduces a new feature for Windows to replace the default Windows text editor Notepad as the default system editor.While users may associate certain file types with Notepad++ so that these files are loaded in the editor and not another one when loaded, there was no direct option until now to replace Notepad as the default text editor during installation of Notepad++ or afterward.Notepad is a powerful plain text editor that offers lots of features that Notepad does not offer: from the ability to load large text files (which Notepad cannot) over syntax highlighting to powerful search and replace features.You may use Notepad++ for advanced features such as finding text in all files of a folder or plugin support to extend the functionality further.Microsoft did add some features to the default editor Notepad in recent versions of Windows 10. The company added support for extended line endings as well as text zooming and better replace functionality.The developer of Notepad++ added a new option to the program in version 7.5.9 that changes that. The solution is not fully automated as it needs to be run from an elevated command prompt window.Note: The commands below contain path information. You can copy and paste the commands if you have installed Notepad++ in the default location but need to edit the path if you have not.Here is how that works:Activate the Start menu of the operating system.Type cmd.exe and eitherRight-click on cmd.exe and select “run as administrator”.Hold down the Ctrl-key and the Shift-key and select the cmd.exe result.Confirm the UAC prompt.The command prompt window that opens begins with the word Administrator to indicate that it is an elevated command prompt.Users who run a 32-bit version of Notepad++ need to run the following command:reg add “HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\notepad.exe” /v “Debugger” /t REG_SZ /d “\”%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Notepad++\notepad++.exe\” -notepadStyleCmdline -z” /fUsers who run a 64-bit version of Notepad++ need to run the following command instead:reg add “HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\notepad.exe” /v “Debugger” /t REG_SZ /d “\”%ProgramFiles%\Notepad++\notepad++.exe\” -notepadStyleCmdline -z” /fYou should get “the operation completed successfully as the return message when you run the command.The command changes information in the Windows Registry that replace the default text editor Notepad with Notepad++.It is possible to undo the replacement at any time by running the following command from an elevated command prompt window (use instructions above to open one):reg delete “HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\notepad.exe” /v “Debugger” /fNow You: Do you use Notepad, Notepad++ or another text editor? (via)SummaryArticle NameReplacing Notepad with Notepad++ in WindowsDescriptionThe release of the text editor Notepad++ 7.5.9 introduces a new feature for Windows to replace the default Windows text editor Notepad as the default system editor.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

Jepsen reports 23 issues in Dgraph including multiple deadlocks and crashes in

first_imgIn the distributed systems verification of Dgraph 1.0.2 through 1.0.6, Jepsen has found 23 issues including multiple deadlocks and crashes in the cluster, duplicate upserted records, snapshot isolation violations, records with missing fields, and in some cases, the loss of all but one inserted record. Dgraph is an open source, fast, distributed graph database which uses Raft for per-shard replication and a custom transactional protocol, based on Omid, Reloaded, for snapshot-isolated cross-shard transactions. Dgraph has a custom transaction system to provide transactional isolation across different Raft groups. Storage nodes, called Alpha, are controlled by a supervisory system, called Zero. Zero nodes form a single Raft cluster, which organizes Alpha nodes into shards called groups. Each group runs an independent Raft cluster. Jepsen test suite design Jepsen is a framework to analyze distributed systems under stress and verify that the safety properties of a distributed system hold up, given concurrency, non-determinism, and partial failure. It is an effort to improve the safety of distributed databases, queues, consensus systems, and more. To verify safety properties of Dgraph, a suite of Jepsen tests was designed using a five node cluster with replication factor three. Alpha nodes were organized into two groups: one with three replicas, and one with two. Every node ran an instance of both Zero and Alpha. Many operations were tested, out of which some are listed here: Set: Inserting a sequence of unique numbers into Dgraph, then querying for all extant values. Finally, check if every successfully acknowledged insert is present in the final read. Upsert: An upsert is a common database operation in which a record is created if and only if an equivalent record does not already exist. Delete: In the delete test, concurrent attempts were made to delete any records for an indexed value. Since deleting can only lower the number of records, not increase it, it was expected to never observe more than one record at any given time. Bank: The bank test stresses several invariants provided by snapshot isolation. A set of bank accounts were created, each with three attributes: type: It is always account. We use this to query for all accounts. key: It is an integer which identifies that account. amount: It is the amount of money in that account. Issues found in the Dgraph Here are some of the issues found by the test: Cluster join issues: Race conditions were discovered in the Dgraph’s cluster join procedure. Duplicate upserts: In the bank test, it was discovered that test initialization process concurrently upserts a single initial account resulting in dozens of copies of that account record, rather than one. Delete anomalies: With a mix of upserts, deletes, and reads of single records identified by an indexed field key, several unusual behaviors were found. Unusual results were found like values disappeared due to deletion, get stuck in a dangling state, then reappear as full records. Read skew: With a more reliable cluster join process, a read skew anomaly in the bank test was discovered. Lost inserts with network partitions: In pure insert workloads, Dgraph could lose acknowledged writes during network partitions. While performing set tests, which insert unique integer values and attempt to perform a final read, huge number of acknowledged values could be lost. Write loss on node crashes: When Alpha nodes crash and restart, the set test revealed that small windows of successfully acknowledged writes could be lost right around the time the process(es) crashed. Dgraph also constructed records with missing values. Unavailability after crashes: Despite every Alpha and Zero node running, and with total network connectivity, nodes could return timeouts for all requests. Read skew in healthy clusters: A bank test revealed failures without any migration, or even any failures at all. Dgraph could still return incorrect account totals, or records with missing values. The identified safety issues were mostly associated with process crashes, restarts, and predicate migration. Out of 23 issues, 4 still remain unresolved, including the corruption of data in healthy clusters. This analysis was funded by Dgraph and Jepsen has documented the full report on their official website. Read Next 2018 is the year of graph databases. Here’s why. MongoDB Sharding: Sharding clusters and choosing the right shard key [Tutorial] MongoDB going relational with 4.0 releaselast_img read more

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald

first_imgArizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald (11) celebrates his touchdown reception against the Chicago Bears during the first half of an NFL football game Sunday, Sept. 20, 2015, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy) Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The Cardinals learned the significance of slow starts in Bruce Arians’ first year as coach. A 3-4 start in 2013 left Arizona on the outside looking in at the playoffs despite a 10-6 final record.Last season, a 9-1 start pushed the Cardinals (11-5) into the postseason for the first time since 2009, and Arians has stated often that another quick start will be critical in a tough 2015 NFC playoff race.The Cardinals took another stride toward that goal with a 48-23 win over the Bears in Chicago, improving to 2-0. How vital is that to the playoff picture? Not as important as you might think. Top Stories Comments   Share   The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Since 2007, 66 teams have started 2-0. Just 38 (58 percent) made it to the postseason while 28 missed. It’s next week’s home game against the San Francisco 49ers that could really boost the Cardinals’ odds. From 1990-2013, 75 percent of the teams that started 3-0 made the postseason. Last season, only the Cardinals and Bengals started 3-0 and both made the postseason.There are numerous other factors at play in a team’s playoff quest, most notably injuries, like the ACL tear that QB Carson Palmer suffered last season that derailed any hopes the Cardinals had of playing the Super Bowl at University of Phoenix Stadium.Still, a win over the 49ers (and even the following week against the Rams) would go a long way toward punching Arizona’s ticket. As for the odds of wins in those next two games, keep in mind that Arizona is 14-3 at home under Arians.Follow Craig Morgan on Twitter – / 44 Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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