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  1. These days, the config I usually see is...

    These days, the config I usually see is Alt<->Meta and Win<->Super.
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    PHP is so broken that I'm skeptical they could...

    PHP is so broken that I'm skeptical they could fix all of the problems and still have something existing PHP programmers would recognize.

    Read PHP: a fractal of bad design and then realize that...
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    I'm stuck on 5Mbit (countryside neighbourhood...

    I'm stuck on 5Mbit (countryside neighbourhood with a copper trunk to the Bell building) and prefer a multiply-locked-down WiFi that grants portable devices access to an otherwise purely wired...
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    Some of us have flat-rate Internet service and...

    Some of us have flat-rate Internet service and some people in cities can spare a couple of megabits downstream. (eg. In many places, plans go up in increments of 10 or 15 megabits on the downstream...
  5. I'm always open to it but there are two main...

    I'm always open to it but there are two main obstacles:

    The only "Android in a VM" solution I've seen with accelerated graphics is AndroVM, which is closed-source and doesn't implement touch...
  6. Even without X11 or things that are useless to...

    Even without X11 or things that are useless to servers like libalsa and PulseAudio, GNU componentry is a shrinking fraction of the core userland.

    No mainstream package manager is part of GNU....
  7. "GNU" isn't "the" Linux vendor, nor is it a Linux...

    "GNU" isn't "the" Linux vendor, nor is it a Linux distro, so you need the slash. You meant "GNU/Linux" (interpreted as "GNU over Linux" in the same way that "1/2" is "1 over 2").

    Even then, it's...
  8. Not everyone can afford the price vs....

    Not everyone can afford the price vs. convenience-for-visitors trade-off inherent in hosting on non-GitHub services (eg. Gitorius is less convenient and many free code analysis/testing services...
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    Well, I did suggest LQDE in the mailing list when...

    Well, I did suggest LQDE in the mailing list when they were trying to chose a name.
  10. I'm sure they'll be so heartbroken. I look...

    I'm sure they'll be so heartbroken. I look forward to seeing your fork of the Audacious codebase show up on GitHub.
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    As I remember, a lot of that bulk in the OOXML...

    As I remember, a lot of that bulk in the OOXML spec is duplicated effort (eg. defining dates differently in different parts of the spec) and legacy bodges accumulated in the binary formats that...
  12. Last I checked, neither of those players could...

    Last I checked, neither of those players could understand my playlist containing AAC, HSC, LDS, MIDI, SPC, GYM, NSF, GBS, MOD, IT, XM, S3M, STM, MP3, PSF1, PSF2, WavPack, FLAC, Ogg Vorbis, SID, Wave,...
  13. I'm really conflicted. On the one hand, I love...

    I'm really conflicted. On the one hand, I love the direction they're going but, on the other hand, they removed support for sending MIDI output to my Yamaha PSR-E413 not to long ago (FluidSynth-only...
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    In that case, I guess I'll have to see if I can...

    In that case, I guess I'll have to see if I can get Windows Skype running inside Wine or VirtualBox+WinXP in case I'm not finish ditching it (and MSN Messenger via Pidgin too, I'm guessing) by the...
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    Hence why the LGR Plays...

    Hence why the LGR Plays for it is so much fun. He does a good job of capturing that feeling. It's one of my favourite review/riff videos to re-watch when I'm in need of a pick-me-up.



    I'm...
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    My viewpoint is exactly what you just said. I...

    My viewpoint is exactly what you just said. I don't like it so I won't use it, but I am definitely very thankful for their efforts to improve the ecosystem.

    I was just explaining what's going on...
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    Because we don't trust an experience that's...

    Because we don't trust an experience that's designed around the following principles:
    1. Games which run without requiring the Steam client to be active are anomalies created by eccentric...
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    Dropped ALSA? I guess I'll continue my policy of...

    Dropped ALSA? I guess I'll continue my policy of sticking with the 2.2 beta while I figure out what about my router config breaks WebRTC. (ALSA support in existing 4.x versions was already broken on...
  19. I sometimes have no choice (eg. university course...

    I sometimes have no choice (eg. university course materials) so I have a strict policy of only using Flash to generate the request parameters necessary for tools like rtmpsrv to dump the video to...
  20. Steam keys can only be redeemed using the Steam...

    Steam keys can only be redeemed using the Steam client (as opposed to, for example, Desura keys, which can be redeemed at http://www.desura.com/gifts and downloaded within the browser). That violates...
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