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  1. Sorry I'll rephrase, I meant HTTPS as in the URL...

    Sorry I'll rephrase, I meant HTTPS as in the URL (HTTP/2 or HTTP over SSL/TLS will both be HTTPS in the URL):

    "Actually, using HTTPS will be faster than plain HTTP.

    Because deploying HTTP/2...
  2. Mozilla is actually a very small organisation in...

    Mozilla is actually a very small organisation in comparison to the other browser builders: Apple, Microsoft and Google.

    I think you underestimate how much work goes into this.

    Rewriting large...
  3. Actually, using HTTPS will be faster than plain...

    Actually, using HTTPS will be faster than plain HTTP.

    Because deploying HTTP/2 over plaintext is going to cause compatibility problems it will only be deployed as HTTPS. And HTTP/2 is faster than...
  4. My first thought would be to point to the...

    My first thought would be to point to the kernelnewbies. There list is similar to my thoughts:

    http://kernelnewbies.org/FoundBug

    If that doesn't help they have an IRC channel I believe:
    ...
  5. Then for HTTP/2 you'll be stuck with IE. Because...

    Then for HTTP/2 you'll be stuck with IE. Because both Firefox and Chrome will only allow HTTP/2 over HTTPS because they want to promote security and because of compatibility problems. And HTTP/2 over...
  6. The launch of Let's encrypt is planned for half...

    The launch of Let's encrypt is planned for half way this year.

    If you look at the timeline people are proposing for deprecation: it's years.
  7. You can make it so you don't have to trust the CA...

    You can make it so you don't have to trust the CA (for frequent site visitors):
    https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Security/Public_Key_Pinning
  8. This is how free a website is currently: - you...

    This is how free a website is currently:

    - you have to register your domain with a registrar and they register it with a top level domain registry
    - or you get a blog or something with a blogging...
  9. This is not true, a website admin can use pinning...

    This is not true, a website admin can use pinning and Firefox supports that since Firefox 35 (release 13th January this year):
    ...
  10. I wonder if they are doing cleanups does that...

    I wonder if they are doing cleanups does that mean they'll be doing big changes soon.

    A lot of the time with commercial software development, cleanups go before implementing new features, etc.
  11. You just compile the kernel and run it on your...

    You just compile the kernel and run it on your machine and report problems if you see them. I would try 4.0 first, when you have it working try the newer 4.1

    Maybe you'll be asked to 'bisect'.
    ...
  12. Webdevelopers usually distinguish between:...

    Webdevelopers usually distinguish between: screensize and how people interact with the device.
    Not really the platform.

    Unless it's a hybrid-app. Native-wrapper around webtechnologies. Then it...
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    Could it be the compilation target on the Clang...

    Could it be the compilation target on the Clang side is called an 'OS' ?

    Thus this would also be called the NaCl OS.
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    Thanks I'll give it a try. I did not find that...

    Thanks I'll give it a try.

    I did not find that documentation at the time.

    Also I could be wrong, but I don't think not all distributions that use systemd use dracut as well.

    What I was doing...
  15. Sorry, I over did it a bit, didn't I ? ;-) ...

    Sorry, I over did it a bit, didn't I ? ;-)

    Yes, I'm a bit biased. I've been working in programming, networking and some what large systems administration and even dabbled with storage systems at...
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    Mint might be a major distro on the...

    Mint might be a major distro on the desktop/laptop:

    http://distrowatch.com/dwres.php?resource=popularity
  17. Most users don't use SSH-tunnels. So you see...

    Most users don't use SSH-tunnels.

    So you see that is why they use HTTPS.
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    grumble. I've tried to use systemd for...

    grumble.

    I've tried to use systemd for servers, I made a test-VM and the first thing I tried with it It completely failed at:

    Which is starting up with problems with storage.

    If systemd...
  19. 2. it is still is more write-one, run everywhere...

    2. it is still is more write-one, run everywhere than anything else for GUI-applications

    For example: does the GUI-application you build run on iOS, Android, Windows XP, Windows 8.1, Mac OS X,...
  20. How about your WiFi Access point at the local...

    How about your WiFi Access point at the local coffee shop ?
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