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  • Originally posted by pingufunkybeat View Post
    GNOME was started as a part of the GNU project.

    The GNU project uses CLA.

    Goodbye and good luck with a non-GNU operating system. You will be sorely missed, but since you can't cherry pick the companies you like and accept CLA from them while saying no to others, it's something you have to do. Bye!
    Good point, but most likely will be netlected by the Honton. You can read through the previous pages and count how many reasonable responses were skiped by him.

    Honton CHERRYPICKS responses to answer, and when answering a response he CHERRYPICKS suitable points to challenge. It's becoming less and less interestring feeding this troll, being fooled by him further will only give him extra pleasure. So everyone, please stop. Moderator, please lock this thread, a lot of good Linux guys are wasting their lives here.

    @mgraesslin, if you really want to defeat him, try another approach. You have been jumping in his trap again and again, I'm now worried that the quality of KWin would be affected

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    • Originally posted by Honton View Post
      So you are telling me open source the KDE way takes a lawyer degree?
      I think I need a degree in psychology to understand why do you do all this. Does it really matter if GNOME kills KDE or vice versa? As long as there's one last developer in there, it isn't dead.

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      • Originally posted by edmon View Post
        Gnome is dead, it is actually born dead!
        just look at biography of its creator and you'll figure out that gnome is Microsoft try to bug us all!!!

        PS. And on my Debian(testing) KDE works all day long without any crashes!
        Haha. I use the same, pretty much, and it crashes VERY OFTEN. Next time I re-install, I'll use XFCE or Cinnamon or something else - anything other than KDE.

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        • Originally posted by Panix View Post
          Haha. I use the same, pretty much, and it crashes VERY OFTEN. Next time I re-install, I'll use XFCE or Cinnamon or something else - anything other than KDE.
          In the last 3 years, KDE has never crashed on Debian stable. Never.

          I think I've had one single case with Debian testing where Plasma crashed (so I just restarted it from the terminal, no biggie).

          Which version are you using, from which repository, and what exactly crashed?

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          • Originally posted by pingufunkybeat View Post
            In the last 3 years, KDE has never crashed on Debian stable. Never.

            I think I've had one single case with Debian testing where Plasma crashed (so I just restarted it from the terminal, no biggie).

            Which version are you using, from which repository, and what exactly crashed?
            Something crashed on me again! LOL Also, my 'panel/widget' or whatever this crap is called is displaying the UTC time. Nothing changes it. I'll have to install something else soon. I can't stand KDE.... POS DE! Why does anyone use this sh*t?!? Garbage buggy overbloated crap.

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            • Originally posted by Honton View Post
              Not neglected. Just laughed at and then ignored.
              Why do you kill our own thread like that?

              Well, to make this thread a little less boring, have some music:

              http://archive.org/download/spamatic..._gnome-1.8.ogg

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              • Originally posted by Panix View Post
                Something crashed on me again! LOL Also, my 'panel/widget' or whatever this crap is called is displaying the UTC time. Nothing changes it. I'll have to install something else soon. I can't stand KDE.... POS DE! Why does anyone use this sh*t?!? Garbage buggy overbloated crap.
                Since KDE works for many people but crashes on you, maybe you use a crappy distro? On stable distros their is no problem with KDE.

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                • Honton says CLA's are limiting the freedom of both users and developers.
                  RMS says that CLAs are perfectly acceptable as a form of commercialisation of open source code.
                  So Honton can either disown RMS's own ideals or admit that he's just being pedantic.

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                  • You people have let this nonsense go on for 15 pages?

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                    • LoL.
                      Who started this thread seems to be a people that love finish his post with FACT!
                      Well, I have a FACT! for him:
                      1) when I have a young project I need to adjust many things several times. This means many commit. But this is more a proof that the project is still young that better than other project with less commit.
                      2) Looking to wayland, there are less commits now than in the past, this is because the project is more mature now, it's not because there are less developers now or less interest.
                      3) how can you manage the following situation:
                      Project A: sent a commit to change a variable name
                      Project B: sent a commit to implement a new feature
                      they are 1 commit for side, but do you think they have the same importance?
                      How your really-idiot-proof-of-gnome-kills-kde can address this kind of error?
                      FACT!
                      Untill you can proof without doubts that the number of commits represent everything about the vitality of a project, you remain a troll.
                      And now go home. Bye.

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