Adj 4.0.3 command
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Adj 4.0.3 command
What may matter most about the free and open source NrvrCommander: It is in use.
What it is
NrvrCommander makes virtual machines, and it controls them for automation.
NrvrCommander does at least some things other automation software doesn’t, or didn’t when we looked. For example…
… in NrvrCommander’s example scripts the starting points are original OS distributions, from there on scripting, not requiring acceptance of pre-made VM snapshots. Your appreciation may depend on whom you trust and how many variations you need. In addition to transparency (review, audit) and flexibility (variations by coding a few lines), scripts take arguably 10-5 of the storage space of snapshots.
This is not mandatory, not a limitation: You could start from snapshots, and one example script cleverly uses snapshots.
Were making a box for a timed outlet. Had bought mismatched parts. Designed and printed an adapter.
Designing toys ourselves and making them from renewable plastic.
The open source Adj framework has new features, including:
New features since mid-2014:
- command telescopicTree
- variables windowInnerWidth and windowInnerHeight
- option itemsH2V for commands horizontalList and verticalList
- function toggleHideSiblingsFollowing
- command hide
Some of those are in use for dynamically changing illustrations, hiding and disclosing detail.
New since last post 2013:
Some of those are in use for isometric drawings and user interface mockups.
This is a summary of sources.
More than a century of data in USGS Circular 1182 Land Subsidence in the United States http://pubs.usgs.gov/circ/circ1182/ , specifically:
- PART I–Mining Ground Water–Introduction http://pubs.usgs.gov/circ/circ1182/pdf/04part1_intro.pdf
- Santa Clara Valley, California http://pubs.usgs.gov/circ/circ1182/pdf/05SantaClaraValley.pdf
- San Joaquin Valley, California http://pubs.usgs.gov/circ/circ1182/pdf/06SanJoaquinValley.pdf
Those three files contain different information each. They are worth looking at each, all pages, even if you don’t read all details.
About 2013 activity in Stanislaus County, notable articles for numbers mentioned:
- 30 foot [10m] drop in two years, the Central Valley’s water reserves reportedly are shrinking by 800 billion gallons [3 billion m3] per year, which is enough to meet the annual needs of 22 million people http://www.modbee.com/2013/11/13/3029632/water-well-drilling-permits-soar.html
- county issued about 300 permits for new wells last year , wells were drilled that [each] could pump 1,800 to 2,500 gallons [8m3] of groundwater per minute http://www.modbee.com/2014/02/07/3176857/stanislaus-farmers-sued-over-environmental.html
- not surprisingly, applicants for Stanislaus County water advisory committee have stakes in groundwater use http://www.modbee.com/2014/01/28/3158988/most-applicants-for-stanislaus.html
Hoping this compilation will help in coming to good decisions. It has been written preemptively, to supply science and history when discussions, as regrettably too common in contemporary politics, would become too sidetracked or partisan.
Additional info re Santa Clara Valley at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Clara_valley_aquifer .