Well, it actually doesn't, at least not reliably. With the ability to retroactively alter history, you can never be 100% sure that someone didn't sneak a change into the repository without reviewing every line of every diff. Have fun!
Yes it does. It's called signed tags.
I consider this to be really good news, although the Facebook mails might not be the number one prio for applying encryption... besides when used for password recovery.
First it raises awareness about PGP which might cause more people to use PGP to encrypt and sign their emails.
Secondly I hope that more communities (LinkedIn, Twitter etc) follow this and thus raises even more awareness.
No news about supporting Google Chromecast? The discussion on the forum has been dead quite some time. I can see in the git repo that there actually *is* code present (cast.cpp) and I would guess that this would be a really appreciated feature.
9:42 may be good enough for the masses but for the elite only 13:37 will do. [...]
13:37 would be a horrible timestamp to use in US ads. Some people would actually discard the product since it is a 24 hour clock instead of 12 hour AM/PM.
Consultants are mystical people who ask a company for a number and then give it back to them.