Quite the opposite actually.
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Quite the opposite actually.
Ya Google Cloud Print has nothing to do with Google Drive. It's a way to expose your home printer on the internet so you can print to it regardless of where you are in the world.
As a long time reader, I'll be honest, both the current and the new design are functional, but far from winning a beauty contest :)
Michael, have you considered using Bootstrap...
I've seen a similar "failed to idle channel" gpu hang as Michael, but on my GTX 580, Michael saw it on a GTX 650.
I originnally filed a bug here, https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=860477...
I think the slow CentOS 6 release may have had something to do with this. Many users began leaving for Scientific Linux and Ubuntu. It's one thing for RHEL to lose potential customers to CentOS, but...
I didn't even know Russ Allbery by name until this thread, but reading his responses gives me confidence Debian will make a careful decision. He seems to make many incredibly thoughtful and balanced...
Even without knowing the technical differences most people recognize that this is the VHS vs. Betamax showdown of Linux init systems.
Love the hard work you do Michael, but anzwix.com seems like just one more attempt at exposing users to ads, how about bypassing anzwix.com for premium users and take them directly to the...
Is this related to Carmack's recent tweet?
"Every GL driver should have to implement a const char * glEnumString( glEnum e ) instead of making thousands of developers do poor ones."
What a farce. Lets change the default desktop without looking at the stats, but then offer to use the stats later to determine if it was a good choice. Thanks for the goodwill Debian.
For a guy who runs such a tight ship it's pretty surprising how useless the Linux versing numbers are.
I personally really like semantic versioning http://semver.org
Nothing like competition to kick things in gear.
Looking forward to the GIMP 3.0 with GTK 3. Having good GTK 3 support for Windows is obviously one milestone on that journey.
FWIW, here are common systemd myths answered: http://0pointer.de/blog/projects/the-biggest-myths.html
Including Myth: systemd being Linux-only makes it impossible for Debian to adopt it as default.
Seeing commit messages like that gives me nightmares.
This is a fairly big loss for GTK.
I was just using Wireshark last night wondering if we'd see a GTK3 update.
Just think of how buttery smooth it'd be if they had written everything in Assembly.
I wasn't aware of any high profile GTK3 apps going to Qt. Which are you thinking of?
Business as usual ;) Read the headline, flame in the forum.
Strange, I see no reference to middle-click changes on the design whiteboard. No wonder they reverted it.
My first reaction to...
I still have to pinch myself everytime I see a title like that.