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  1. Boring. I'd have thought they'd use Meson...

    Boring.



    I'd have thought they'd use Meson in a modern project, or at least CMake.
  2. What's it been assured...

    What's it been assured of? Besides, a kernel is not an OS.
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    That sounds useful. Can the networks companies...

    That sounds useful. Can the networks companies start providing us with decent boxes? Mine won't do static IP assignment within the local network, making a home server impossible (dynamic DNS only...
  4. Don't quite know why you're complaining, KDE 4.x...

    Don't quite know why you're complaining, KDE 4.x has been working very well for me (since around 4.7). If you don't count KMail (which has been a bit of a mess, but still the only client offering all...
  5. Can't even find screenshots, let alone a demo...

    Can't even find screenshots, let alone a demo website. Is this really a web framework?
  6. GitLab also looks nice (MIT licence), but doesn't...

    GitLab also looks nice (MIT licence), but doesn't provide hosting.
  7. So which is the new "git hub"?

    So which is the new "git hub"?
  8. Fixed your English. Sounds like GitHub are...

    Fixed your English.

    Sounds like GitHub are pondering their ultimate response.
  9. Not Tango (http://www.dsource.org/projects/tango)...

    Not Tango (the other D library). Looks like there's still Tango for D v1 and Phobos for D v2... a bit sad that these couldn't be integrated.
  10. From the Rust perspective...

    From the Rust perspective
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    Shouldn't articles like this start with "Docker...

    Shouldn't articles like this start with "Docker is ..." ?
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    It would certainly be interesting to see how a...

    It would certainly be interesting to see how a bunch of applications scale to so many cores. Charlie at semiaccurate speculated that probably not all cores will be able to run at 2.5 GHz at once, but...
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    The current plasma doesn't handle high-DPI...

    The current plasma doesn't handle high-DPI screens well. You get decently-sized (i.e. larger than normal) fonts squashed into a tiny pop-up... or in the case of the virtual keyboard, it fills the...
  14. That machine has a 50Wh battery, so 640mW draw...

    That machine has a 50Wh battery, so 640mW draw works out at 78 hours (over three days) battery life. What's that active standby, with everything bar the CPU turned off? Even for that I'm impressed....
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    And you advertise it as a solution for F20 users?

    And you advertise it as a solution for F20 users?
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    Yeah, I thought he might do the test on that...

    Yeah, I thought he might do the test on that Zenbook he keeps raving about.
  17. We? I thought the whole thing about open source...

    We? I thought the whole thing about open source is that there doesn't have to be a consensus. Everyone does something, you use your favourite/the clear winner some time down the road.
  18. Stick with Debian, don't enable the non-free repo...

    Stick with Debian, don't enable the non-free repo and I'm sure you'll be fine.

    The interesting points are what anda_skoa says above: small sites will struggle to compete, and likely the plugin...
  19. What's the difference? They're all made there,...

    What's the difference? They're all made there, all using variations of Arm CPUs. I suspect RAM and the flash storage have more to do with application switching performance than CPU speed anyway.
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  20. LibreOffice uses OpenSSL?

    LibreOffice uses OpenSSL?
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