geographically undesirable That guy or woman who has all the right stuff but lives in the wrong place.
And that place probably involves going over a bridge (shudder), paying a toll (seriously, where are we?!? If your Zip code is home to chain restaurants, requires a car ride or Metro odyssey and has no restaurants open past 10 p.m., that’s G-U, and no, we don’t mean Georgetown University. Guess you need to go to another happy hour together to find out! They have one end goal, and that’s scoring, in the biblical sense.
When it’s time to figure out what’s going on, you sit down with that special someone and DTR: define the relationship. He’s attracted to, rather than turned off by, strong, assertive women.
The perpetrator can be someone who’s been dancing and flirting with the same person all night or a stranger who just goes for it.
DTR In today’s dating world, a couple’s relationship status can be murky. feminist boyfriend : A feminist boyfriend isn’t constrained by gender roles.
So to decide, it really depends on whether or not it's a priority that you're looking to: But to answer your question around security...
That's tricky because besides QGIS with it's own many potential use-cases and vulnerabilities there's also a long-tail of dependencies that have to be considered as well.
Instead you’ll have long conversations, flirt sessions and maybe even texts that’ll steam up the screen.
thirsty When someone is too eager for someone’s attention, almost to the point of desperation.
It’s sort of that weird in-between phase before you have that ever-important “are we official? textlationship Did you know two people can have an entire relationship without ever meeting?
Yeah, it’s all about texts and sexts, but it never makes it to the date phase. For more articles, as well as features such as Date Lab, Gene Weingarten and more, visit The Washington Post Magazine.
I would say (not being a developer for QGIS) that the only release to be considered beta would be the master builds of QGIS (ie, nightly).
QGIS (long-term release) can be considered static (no new features added) but with cherry-picked patches that are back ported for stability, enhancement and security.
Just after some advice with respect to the QGIS LTR schedule.