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    The way that's written might make someone thing...

    The way that's written might make someone thing that the 4.3.x family is codenamed "Fresh", that's not the case. The two branches of Libreoffice are Fresh and Still. "Fresh" refers to the more...
  2. Well, Tango isn't actually an official D standard...

    Well, Tango isn't actually an official D standard library. It was created by the community in the D1 days because Phobos was really bad back then.

    Because of the breaking changes in D2, the old D1...
  3. I've never heard anyone use the term "stub in"...

    I've never heard anyone use the term "stub in" when referring to adding stubs for methods, functions, or classes; only "stub out". Think of it more like someone is saying "I'm filling that feature...
  4. That you think that you have to be an engineer to...

    That you think that you have to be an engineer to use a set of tools (which include instructions!) is kind of funny. It doesn't require an engineer, it requires someone who's willing to learn or...
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    Not to degrade into simple +1 of comments, but I...

    Not to degrade into simple +1 of comments, but I don't think this can be said enough. I don't agree with Ian Jackson's viewpoint, but that doesn't mean I don't respect him as a respected member of...
  6. Actually it's not Google (or Mozilla, or any...

    Actually it's not Google (or Mozilla, or any other browser vendor) that's going to be in control of whether or not the DRM will work on a given platform. It's up to the content provider. The DRM...
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    These are just the tiles on the new tab page, so...

    These are just the tiles on the new tab page, so they're not really ads in the strictest sense. Really, I don't see how this is any different than having Google as the home page and default search....
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    I agree. I think they should be a little bit...

    I agree. I think they should be a little bit larger. After tinkering around with the CSS I think "td#phxcms_content_left ol li" should change the text-size to something in the 1.3-1.4em range and the...
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    I didn't really have much of a problem with the...

    I didn't really have much of a problem with the previous revisions of the site (except for the lack of green, green just feels like Phoronix's color) and I don't have a problem with this one. The...
  10. I think those who are suggesting that Ian be...

    I think those who are suggesting that Ian be removed from the committee are a little off base. As Russ Allbery pointed out[1], the current situation is not only a little crazy, but something that Ian...
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    Actually, there was a reason to use it: Since it...

    Actually, there was a reason to use it: Since it is written in Javascript, it runs only in the Javascript sandbox. It's not a huge deal, but that helps to limit the possible exploit vectors of a PDF....
  12. I tested on an old Droid X2 and on a Samsung...

    I tested on an old Droid X2 and on a Samsung Galaxy S4.

    Just because it's "native code" doesn't mean that it can do anything much faster. It still has to go through Dalvik and interfacing from...
  13. If by "native code" you mean non-Java code, then...

    If by "native code" you mean non-Java code, then yes. It uses the NDK and JNI to mix the native Qt C++ code with the Java interface of Android. However, using "native code" usually doesn't result in...
  14. This particular post is about KDE Frameworks not...

    This particular post is about KDE Frameworks not Kwin specifically. It's a "big picture" post, so of course it's not going to mention Wayland support.

    All that being said, Kwin will be adding...
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