Is GitHub working for you right now or is it an OS X 10.7 Firefox browser issue?

EDIT: To quickly answer my question, see the bottom edit.

I forgot my GitHub account, so I tried reset my password. However, I’m not receiving any email. I tried it again, but to no avail.

So I thought I’d create a new GitHub account…

I’m at https://github.com/join, filling out username, email, and password. However, under the heading Verify Account this gif is just looping. I imagine a reCAPTCHA should load…right?

GitHub is displaying this message on the webpage:

Please note that GitHub no longer supports old versions of Firefox.

I’m running Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) with the most up-to-date version of Firefox that it can run.

Question: Is this a Firefox/10.7 Lion issue or an issue with GitHub at this point in time?

EDIT: A simple litmus test to definitively answer my question would be to do one (or both of the following):

1) Go to https://github.com/password_reset and see if you receive an email (I did not) It won’t reset as long as you don’t click the email.

2) Go to https://github.com/join and see if the loading gif under the heading Verify Account changes to something else.

I’m not seeing the right side of my layouts [on hold]

I’m trying to code an app for a school project. I’m stuck with the design. I can’t see the right side of my activity on my phone, but it’s appearing on the Android Studio preview.

And here are the 2 screenshots: Android Studio Preview Phone screenshot Here’s the code:

activity_main.xml

<android.support.design.widget.AppBarLayout     android:layout_width="match_parent"     android:layout_height="wrap_content"     android:theme="@style/AppTheme.AppBarOverlay">  </android.support.design.widget.AppBarLayout>  <include     android:id="@+id/include"     layout="@layout/content_main" />  <com.leinardi.android.speeddial.SpeedDialOverlayLayout     android:id="@+id/overlay"     android:layout_width="match_parent"     android:layout_height="match_parent"     android:backgroundTint="#131313"/>      <com.leinardi.android.speeddial.SpeedDialView         android:id="@+id/speedDial"         android:layout_width="wrap_content"         android:layout_height="wrap_content"         android:layout_gravity="bottom|end"         app:sdMainFabClosedSrc="@drawable/ic_menu"         app:sdOverlayLayout="@id/overlay"/> 

 content_main.xml  <ScrollView xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"     xmlns:app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto"     xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools"     android:layout_width="match_parent"     android:layout_height="match_parent"     app:layout_behavior="@string/appbar_scrolling_view_behavior"     tools:context=".MainActivity"     tools:showIn="@layout/activity_main">       <LinearLayout         android:layout_width="match_parent"         android:layout_height="wrap_content"         android:gravity="center"         android:orientation="vertical"         android:paddingBottom="5dp">          <RelativeLayout             android:layout_width="match_parent"             android:layout_height="340dp"             android:layout_centerInParent="true"             android:layout_marginLeft="10dp"             android:layout_marginRight="10dp">             <ImageView                 android:layout_width="match_parent"                 android:layout_height="match_parent"                 android:src="@drawable/header2"                 android:scaleType="fitCenter"                 android:layout_marginTop="-20dp"/>          </RelativeLayout>         <RelativeLayout             android:clickable="true"             android:focusable="true"             android:id="@+id/plante1"             android:layout_width="match_parent"             android:layout_height="match_parent"             android:layout_centerVertical="true"             android:background="@drawable/ripple"             android:layout_marginLeft="10dp"             android:layout_marginRight="10dp"             android:layout_marginTop="-10dp"             android:layout_marginBottom="15dp"             android:gravity="center">              <RelativeLayout                 android:layout_width="60dp"                 android:layout_height="60dp"                 android:layout_marginLeft="10dp"                 android:background="@drawable/logo_shape">                  <ImageView                     android:layout_width="match_parent"                     android:layout_height="match_parent"                     android:layout_centerVertical="true"                     android:layout_centerHorizontal="true"/>             </RelativeLayout>              <RelativeLayout                 android:layout_width="match_parent"                 android:layout_height="match_parent"                 android:layout_centerHorizontal="true"                 android:orientation="vertical">                  <fr.visufo.titouan.jardin.UnderlinedTextView                     android:layout_width="match_parent"                     android:layout_height="wrap_content"                     android:layout_marginLeft="80dp"                     android:layout_marginTop="0dp"                     android:gravity="left"                     android:text="Plante 1"                     android:textSize="20dp"                     android:fontFamily="@font/raleway_light"                     android:textColor="#000000"                     app:underlineColor="#6DB85C"                     app:underlineWidth="10px"/>             </RelativeLayout>              <RelativeLayout                 android:layout_width="match_parent"                 android:layout_height="match_parent"                 android:orientation="vertical">                 <TextView                     android:layout_width="match_parent"                     android:layout_height="match_parent"                     android:layout_marginLeft="80dp"                     android:layout_marginTop="30dp"                     android:textSize="15dp"                     android:textColor="#000000"                     android:text="Pensez à rentrer votre plante demain"                     android:fontFamily="@font/raleway_light"/>             </RelativeLayout>             <RelativeLayout                 android:layout_width="match_parent"                 android:layout_height="match_parent"                 android:layout_marginLeft="335dp"                 android:layout_marginRight="7dp"                 android:layout_marginTop="-4dp"                 android:background="@drawable/degrees_shape">                  <TextView                     android:layout_width="match_parent"                     android:layout_height="match_parent"                     android:text="0°C"                     android:gravity="center"                     android:fontFamily="@font/roboto"                     android:textSize="18dp"                     android:textColor="#636363"/>             </RelativeLayout>         </RelativeLayout>          There are 8 similar relative layouts showing quite the same thing, here's          only one       </LinearLayout>   </ScrollView> 

Does creating multiple REST services calling each other from a monolithic EJB application right approach to make them microservices later?

We are doing an architectural refactoring to convert a monolithic J2EE EJB application to Spring services. In order to do that I’m creating services by breaking the application against the joints of its domain. Currently, I have three of them and each calls another service via Rest.

Our domain contains User, Customer, Alarm, Notification, Market and other modules. So, for example a user send a request from a GUI and a service do its logic and then calls another service:

UserService ---REST--> CustomerService ---REST--> AlarmService 

In this project our ultimate purpose is transforming the application to microservices, but since cloud infrastructure isn’t clear and probably won’t be possible, we decided to make it this way and thought that since services will be using Rest, it will be easy to make the transform to microservices when the infrastructure supplied in future.

Does our approach makes sense?

Edit #1: I’m asking this, because in this current form I have some problems like passing common request parameters across REST calls but a few people on the web talk about this. So I thought that maybe we are on the wrong path since it’s not popular among people that services calling each other with REST calls.

Edit #2: Also, for example every service need to use a few common CustomerService methods. So I thought that maybe we can put CustomerServiceImpl bean in a common module also so that services can Autowire it for these common methods but at the same time can send Rest requests for other methods. My collegue says that it’s not suitable for microservices architecture.

So i thought that does we really on the right path?

Why are ultraweak *-homomorphisms the `right’ morphisms for von Neumann algebras (and say, not ultrastrong)?

Both the ultraweak and ultrastrong topologies are intrinsic topologies in the sense that the image of a continuous (unital) $ *$ -homomorphism between von Neumann algebras (in either topology) is a von Neumann subalgebra of the target von Neumann algebra, unlike say just norm-continuous $ *$ -homomorphisms. One may then speak of the category of von Neumann algebras with morphisms as ultrastrong $ *$ -homomorphisms.

Why do we predominantly think of the ultraweak topology as the intrinsic one when presumably there could be many more topologies that are intrinsic in the above sense? I understand that the ultraweak topology is the weak-topology coming from the pre-dual and hence quite natural to study. But is there a guiding logical or category-theoretic principle that tells us to make this choice?

Thank you.

The adding up of numbers isn’t working right in my food ordering system

prices=print("Mushroom Pies:£1.20     Vegtable Pies:£0.80     Spiced Lentil Pies:£1.40") vegetablepies=0.80 mushroompies=1.20 spicedpies=1.40 total=vegetablepies+mushroompies+spicedpies vegetablepies=input("How many vegtable pies do you want?") mushroompies=input("How many mushroom pies do you want?") spicedpies=input("How many spiced lentil pies do you want?") print(total) 

This is my code i have been working on it for a bit but this one part doesn’t work and I’m unsure why the maths isn’t working

Why doesn’t the right page rank?

I have a page on my website that is targeted at a specific keyword however my main domain ranks for that keyword instead.

My domain does rank well and my target page should rank much better as it has content, title, h1, description etc.

How do I fix this and get the page I want to be ranked instead?

right way of knowing if you are behind a proxy server

I was curious about proxy usage and I tried to use this one: 93-76-218-162:60790. However, I wanted to check if I was really using it, because I tried some before and I had trouble with all of them, so I wanted to make sure I did it right this time.

What is the right way of checking if you’re behind a proxy server? I’m using windows 10 and I know I can find that by checking some of the “what is my ip address” sites, but I’m trying to find a more professional way of doing so.

I found this command: netsh winhttp show proxy, but it doesn’t display the IP of the server and says I’m not using one. However if I type: netstat -a I get this:

         192.168.1.43:52196     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52207     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52212     93-76-218-162:60790    TIME_WAIT   TCP    192.168.1.43:52216     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52217     93-76-218-162:60790    TIME_WAIT   TCP    192.168.1.43:52219     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52220     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52228     93-76-218-162:60790    TIME_WAIT   TCP    192.168.1.43:52229     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52230     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52231     93-76-218-162:60790    TIME_WAIT   TCP    192.168.1.43:52233     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52234     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52235     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52236     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52238     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52241     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52243     93-76-218-162:60790    TIME_WAIT   TCP    192.168.1.43:52244     93-76-218-162:60790    TIME_WAIT   TCP    192.168.1.43:52245     93-76-218-162:60790    TIME_WAIT   TCP    192.168.1.43:52248     93-76-218-162:60790    TIME_WAIT   TCP    192.168.1.43:52252     93-76-218-162:60790    TIME_WAIT   TCP    192.168.1.43:52254     93-76-218-162:60790    TIME_WAIT   TCP    192.168.1.43:52255     93-76-218-162:60790    TIME_WAIT   TCP    192.168.1.43:52257     93-76-218-162:60790    TIME_WAIT   TCP    192.168.1.43:52259     93-76-218-162:60790    TIME_WAIT   TCP    192.168.1.43:52260     93-76-218-162:60790    TIME_WAIT   TCP    192.168.1.43:52262     93-76-218-162:60790    TIME_WAIT   TCP    192.168.1.43:52263     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52264     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52265     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52267     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52268     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52270     93-76-218-162:60790    TIME_WAIT   TCP    192.168.1.43:52271     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52272     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52273     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52274     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52275     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52276     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52277     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52278     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED   TCP    192.168.1.43:52279     93-76-218-162:60790    ESTABLISHED 

so I see I’m connected to the server, but I don’t understand why the netsh command doesn’t work. Also, is it normal to have so many ports connected to the proxy server? I don’t understand why are all those connections needed here.

Business Schengen VIsa Purpose Justification which will right reason

Require business Schengen visa for 22 days

case 1:

We hereby kindly ask you to issue a 6 months Schengen business visa for Mr. XYZ, aaa, bearer of passport number: aaa, issued by ttt on ddd, expiring on ddd.

Mr. XYZ who is employed by EEEE in since ABC 20XX with the position of Senior Software Engineer will arrive in Norway on ddd (estimated) and departure to HOME, on ddd (estimated).

QQQ is a client of EEEE for the past 4 years and the relationship is continuing to grow. Recently EEEE was awarded with new project from QQQ, which is a “DDD” and Mr. XYZ is invited to QQQ office to gather knowledge about the project and do a detailed discovery of current functionality and the requirements. As this is an App in Training category, it’s important that Mr. XYZ understands the requirements well before going back to HOME starting the development. There are many workshops and discussion sessions planned for understanding the design, receiving knowledge on equipment/manikins and taking guidance from QQQ team.

Case 2

We hereby kindly ask you to issue a 6 months Schengen business visa for Mr. XYZ, aaa, bearer of passport number: aaa, issued by ttt on ddd, expiring on ddd.

Mr. XYZ who is employed by EEEE in since ABC 20XX with the position of Senior Software Engineer will arrive in Norway on DDD (estimated) and departure to HOME, on DDD (estimated).

During his stay in Norway, Mr. XYZ will attend project initiation meetings and technical training in software development for the DDD project at QQQ Offices.

Which among two case is proper reason which will come under the Business Visa ?? Among 2 case of letter which has higher chance of getting visa ??