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It might not necessary they should have to be Developers to endorse you; may be they have heard of your skills through your friends or colleagues.
But, yes these endorsements should be allowed within your direct friends (network) and if he/she is not possessing the same skill as the skill they are endorsing for you should give some remarks as to why (the reason) they are endorsing.
Previous -> Read "CLR via C#" by Jeffrey Ritcher.
Current -> Exploring WCF thru Apress' "Pro WCF" by Chris Peiris and Dennis Mulder.
Next -> Need to read "The Art of Computer Programming" by Donald E. Knuth.
Today I was reviewing the company's phone bill for irregularities prior to authorizing payment and noted an odd number. I Googled it, hoping to see who the number belongs to, but instead I got a bunch of file links. Noting one was from NASA[^], I clicked on the link. It looks like a transcript of ET's last call home!
Mine is remarkably similar to yours actually just smaller, less machines, combined devices, no VPN/WAN connection as yet.
My DVR is also my TV-PC and connection to the internet. My VMs are also spread over 2 machines but don't yet have their own internal sub net ( my networking skills are essentially non existent ) and my large scale storage hangs off machines via USB2/3 rather than being on the network.
Most of what I have is essentially salvage, recycled dead machines and stuff that should have died years ago but hasn't. A bit like a retirement home for once really good PCs that aren't quite ready to give in to entropy and the ghosts of others that exist now only as VMs.
"The secret of happiness is freedom, and the secret of freedom, courage."
Thucydides (B.C. 460-400)
Currently no real network (Wi-Fi is it), but I have some good sized plans for a full RAID backup system, a set of media servers, some CI servers, and an integrated home security and automation system. The plans are modular, and do not really depend on each other.
Good grief! I have my workstation cabled to the DSL modem/router and 2 laptops (one of which is my housemate's) on wifi. I guess the smartphone and occasionally the GalaxyTab ought to be included as well, since they use the wifi too.
Did you include your phones and tablets on your diagram?
It might not be too bad. From what I understand of Krav Maga (and I may be completely wrong!) it involves using whatever is to hand as a weapon (including yourself) to quickly and permanently remove an opponent from combat. It has a strong focus on incapacitating your foe - taking out knees and eyes for example.
Terry Silver said:
A man can't stand, he can't fight.
A man can't breathe, he can't fight.
A man can't see, he can't fight.
Obviously, you can't train this 'for real' so I'd question how much pain can be delivered! (all vids I've seen seem to show very low contact).
I reckon this is what Graham's after inviting me along. It's a quick way for him to gain a CP rep. Of course, I could always just use Jedi powers on my opponents. "This is not the person to beat up you're looking for..."
I was brought up to respect my elders. I don't respect many people nowadays.