So it seems that the Sarma is very well known in tha balkans + Turkey here in Romania is also very traditional, I like the one in grape tree leaves
I am wondering if you guys actually call it “sarma”? That’s the Turkish name for it, the word “sarma” means like “the wrapping”, “to wrap” or something like that. If so, it is nice to know it is popular in foreign countries
Those are made out of cabbage…are also good but the ones made using grape tree/vine leaves are much more popular here in Turkey. The thinner the roll, the better
I’d say Dürüm, a traditional Turkish wrap which is made from lavash or yufka flatbread that is filled with typical döner kebab ingredients. Not to be confused with Lahmacun
Does your project really have to be in Joomla? I recommend WordPress instead. I had to make a Joomla theme for a relative, checked it a bit and managed to modify an existing theme unprofessionally. It had like 5000 files if I remember correct, WP has about 1500 I think. Numbers include admin files. Anyway, WP should be a lighter system.
EDIT : Oh Lol, necro thread…
Well I understand that you can’t track “each coin on its own” but still, all transactions are kept, and all the ownerships has to be kept. Somehow, I find it hard to believe it is untrackable. I think if government really wants to track them, they should be able to. How does the system keep track of ownerships? Don’t they store some type of IP or MAC ID or something? There’s the term “wallet”, how do you claim some wallet to be yours? Can’t you detect the transactions concerning a certain wallet. I don’t see why government can’t knock on your door claiming tax. Anyway, I guess I’ll just wait and see how it turns out…
I am confused or should I say, not satisfied. People say it is untrackable but then it is said that everyone knows who the current owner of each bitcoin is. How come this is untrackable? It is open source so can’t you add codes to keep track of all that transactions?
Exactly, done on purpose, ever heard of the Georgia Guidestones? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgia_Guidestones
Interesting. However I don’t believe anyone is after those guidelines. First 3 can be achieved by any type of person in charge but what about the rest? Fair laws, prizing truth, leaving room for nature…As far as I know the majority of people who are on top of things lack most of those to begin with therefore I doubt they will work on to restore them for everyone…
Looking forward to the day people will stop using HTML5 as a term for everything. It’s a freaking markup language, nothing more, nothing less.
Your point is valid however CSS and JS need HTML to exist. JS needs objects to animate or draw onto, CSS needs objects to style. If we really wanted to be precise we would have to write HTML5+CSS3+JS which is long for everyone
Silverlight followed the same fate.
I am no Microsoft hater but this is one reason I am mad at them. Microsoft is trying to do so many stuff that they end up messing things up. I think they should concentrate on their OS mostly and stay away from trying to mimic everything. Seriously, what was the point of SilverLight when we had Java and Flash…
html5/modern browsers/mobile is where you need to focus
I think this is still too much for one person. Full compatibility between browsers and all devices seems like a dream to me. I just don’t believe it will be happening soon so there will always be headaches on developer’s side if he wants good results on all of them. I think one should first pick PC or Mobile. For PCs, I don’t think Flash will die soon. If mobile, then pick Android or Apple and then dive into App Development for that specific choice. HTML5 might be good for simple effects but I really doubt it’s the way to choose for advanced stuff like games, regardless of your aim of PC or Mobile.