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  • #16
    Originally posted by johnc View Post
    lol. you are always dissin' java 6.

    i actually found all the new things they've been roping into java has made it a lot more convoluted and uglier. it's like they want to turn it into something unintuitive like PHP or C++.

    jmo of course.

    edit: before you know it they'll be adding "unsigned ints"
    Actually I like the changes in Java 7.
    * Can use strings in cases in switch()
    * Type interfering, less code, less repetition of code

    Originally posted by Ericg View Post
    Yeah I'm kind of thinking the unified arm work, and f2fs
    Unified ARM sounds really nice. Hopefully that makes it easier for CyanogenMod, Raspberry Pi, Debian/Ubuntu and everyone.

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    • #17
      Ah yes... It is sooooo difficult to just take vanilla linux, all the drivers, systemd, dbus, pulseaudio, port current homescreen design to Enlightenment (ship that shit?), slowly phase out Java (like Microsoft phases out win32), copy Tizen work on having HTMLv5 work on EFL, rename Google Play to Repository browser and put Google Play inside a repository file... And just fscking ship it with GNU tools.

      DRM the shit out of Coreboot and have Android as a secure payload. Allow other unsigned payloads, but warn about security (and have a checkbox saying "Do not warn me about this payload anymore"). Everybody happy.

      Google sucks. So much so that I've ditched even search for DuckDuckGo.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by V!NCENT View Post
        Ah yes... It is sooooo difficult to just take vanilla linux, all the drivers, systemd, dbus, pulseaudio, port current homescreen design to Enlightenment (ship that shit?), slowly phase out Java (like Microsoft phases out win32), copy Tizen work on having HTMLv5 work on EFL, rename Google Play to Repository browser and put Google Play inside a repository file... And just fscking ship it with GNU tools.

        DRM the shit out of Coreboot and have Android as a secure payload. Allow other unsigned payloads, but warn about security (and have a checkbox saying "Do not warn me about this payload anymore"). Everybody happy.

        Google sucks. So much so that I've ditched even search for DuckDuckGo.
        Ah, almost made it to page 3 without the requisite Phoronix troll post.

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