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  1. https://techbase.kde.org/Projects/KDE_on_Windows/F...

    https://techbase.kde.org/Projects/KDE_on_Windows/FAQ#How_to_replace_windows_explorer_as_shell.3F


    But I agree the apps are the important stuff, although the interest / popularity of alternative...
  2. Very nice if they can get Windows support working...

    Very nice if they can get Windows support working well. I would love to install KDE on those Windows 8 machines where I have now put "classic shell" or similar crutches for people who are unable /...
  3. Tried the openwatcom v2 fork?

    Tried the openwatcom v2 fork?
  4. distributed hosting

    Apart fom all the anti-west posts here, one idea that actually makes sense is the distributed hosting idea via the Tor network or similar. This "darknet github" might not be as fast as a traditional...
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    Sorry for my ignorance, but I recently read about...

    Sorry for my ignorance, but I recently read about Ogre-Qt bindings. Would those be useful in this context?

    http://www.ogre3d.org/tikiwiki/QtOgre
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    So go ahead and do that then ... or are you...

    So go ahead and do that then ... or are you paying Marek for his work?
  7. and next...?

    I am curious what the developes will do once LLVMLinux enters maintenance mode (all needed patches upstream and LLVM officially supported). I know that one of the earlier LLVM porters later tried...
  8. Most likely the suckless people do not favour...

    Most likely the suckless people do not favour Clang or newer versions of gcc, since they are based on C++. Since lots of them admire Plan9, I guess kencc would be the best.
  9. The idea is probably to make a pure suckless.org...

    The idea is probably to make a pure suckless.org OS, which would mean using sbase and ubase rather than coreutils.

    For compilers, I think GNU binutils + gcc will stay for a while, but there was...
  10. Looking at the official github of path64 also...

    Looking at the official github of path64 also shows no activity
  11. forks

    There are a number of open64 forks,like openuh and ekopath. Perhaps they are more active?
  12. That and having a preconfigured coreboot "distro"...

    That and having a preconfigured coreboot "distro" with useful payloads (syslinux?). I have long wanted to try coreboot but been afraid because of the potential problems if something goes wrong.
  13. Too bad... I had hoped for openrc. If the choice...

    Too bad... I had hoped for openrc. If the choice is between systemd and upstart, then systemd is definitely better.
  14. I was hoping for Ouya releasing a SteamOS console...

    I was hoping for Ouya releasing a SteamOS console with its Android app store offered in parallel by emulation similar to that in SailfishOS ... oh well, perhaps it will come...
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    Microkernel

    Since Hurd is a microkernel design, I guess the real measure of success would be a reduced line count. Personally, I think the Genode OS with L4 (fiasco) seems far more interesting than the...
  16. Not Android. Google has a strict no GPL in...

    Not Android. Google has a strict no GPL in userspace policy. Before Android I thought that the GNU/Linux name was useless since it was implicit in the name Linux. Now that Linux (the kernel) supports...
  17. I think a combined micro payment crowd funding...

    I think a combined micro payment crowd funding and bug/feature request voting system could be interesting. The number of votes for a specific change is then directly proportional to donations...
  18. https://github.com/dtrace4linux

    https://github.com/dtrace4linux
  19. disk image or live cd?

    Too bad that the only download they offer is a source code download

    http://sourceforge.net/projects/genode/files/genode/13.11/

    the last live cd that they produced was 2010-11
    ...
  20. My wife runs OpenSUSE with KDE. It is my...

    My wife runs OpenSUSE with KDE. It is my favourite distro for the "I-just-want-the-damn-computer-to-work-and-be-easy" users. Personally I use Arch, but my first distro was OpenSUSE and it still holds...
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