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  1. Yep, I'm embarassed on behalf of Hollywoods...

    Yep, I'm embarassed on behalf of Hollywoods desperate attempt to keep the markes rigged. The future is definitely crowdfunding through bitcoin donations
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    What are you guys talking about anyway? The...

    What are you guys talking about anyway?

    The Gnome Shell is an amazing desktop, and so is Mate, Cinnamon, Unity etc.
    We should all donate to the code, or the community at least.
  3. I have to use Windows at work most of the time....

    I have to use Windows at work most of the time.
    Its amazing how M$ has been able to force their OS on innocent and helpless people
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    I always wanted a Das Keyboard ...

    I always wanted a Das Keyboard

    http://www.daskeyboard.com/

    I'm not sure it's exactly what you are looking for but you can check it out.
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    I had no idea Canonical had said that. For an...

    I had no idea Canonical had said that. For an open source community this is quite appalling. In fact, I'm embarassed on behalf of Canonical. They obviously doesn't fit in the open source universe.
  6. If they can pull off a phone that can also be...

    If they can pull off a phone that can also be used as a desktop it might become the first smart phone I ever bought.

    In general I would prefer to have both a desktop for real work and a tiny 5...
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    NSA's backdoors and data collection can and is...

    NSA's backdoors and data collection can and is abused by anyone, including terrorists.

    The only thing I consider safe is hidden under my pillow encrypted with ecc.
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    As a norwegian, I do believe most western...

    As a norwegian, I do believe most western countries (including North America) think they come hand in hand. Personally I don't. I believe people have been deluded into such a notion.

    I don't...
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    It's needed if you want to prevent leaching of...

    It's needed if you want to prevent leaching of your work.
    It's also needed in order to prevent big brother from putting poison in your pudding behind your back.
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    Just as a side note: One of my later findings is...

    Just as a side note: One of my later findings is that despite popular belief, a free market and capitalism seems to be mutually exclusive.
    You probably have to choose one over the other at some...
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    If it hadn't been for the GPL licenses there is...

    If it hadn't been for the GPL licenses there is no reason to believe most of the fropen source projects would exist.

    If you can make a project that Microsoft's CEO calls "Growing like a cancer"...
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    I can't tell you to provide the source along with...

    I can't tell you to provide the source along with your product. But I certainly can tell my neighbour not to trust closed source.
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    The fact that I don't know what the product is,...

    The fact that I don't know what the product is, or that the parts are deliberately hidden from me, does not justify anything.

    Your idea stems from a model that does not value the work behind the...
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    Where did proprietarty code came from in the...

    Where did proprietarty code came from in the first place?
    What made people like you expect source code to be closed and hidden by default?

    I mean, if I buy a car, its not like I cant open the...
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    Either you recognize what a game changer GPL is,...

    Either you recognize what a game changer GPL is, or you don't. Its that simple.
    I'm with RMS on this one
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    I'm also a bit worried about GNOME. Not because...

    I'm also a bit worried about GNOME. Not because of the changes that everyone is complaining about though. I think they have made a usable desktop, I'm more worried about its modularity, divercity and...
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    Even if it is just about plugins, I'm not sure I...

    Even if it is just about plugins, I'm not sure I see the point. And I don't really see the threat fron Clang either.
    GPL software never had any problems competing with proprietary software, infact...
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    I'm not sure I get what is going on here. Is he...

    I'm not sure I get what is going on here. Is he trying to relax the license requirement for plugins?
    Isn't it GPL that made it possible for open and free software to stay alive all these years and...
  19. Siduction has worked great for me for a long...

    Siduction has worked great for me for a long time.
    It got systemd and a wireless cli tool called ceni that actually works, and with the nox release you can build your debian unstable from scratch...
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    Another backdoor funded by US tax money?

    Another backdoor funded by US tax money?
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