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  1. TL;DR: I think a business case can be made for...

    TL;DR: I think a business case can be made for maintaining Mono. It's up to Xamarin (the developer of Mono) to decide which is the more cost-effective approach.

    I think Xamarin will have some...
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    Normally, packages are first uploaded to Unstable...

    Normally, packages are first uploaded to Unstable (Sid), and then migrate from Unstable to Testing. If bugs are found before the package in question has migrated from Unstable to Testing, then it...
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    Necromancer, have a look at http://git.xfce.org

    Necromancer, have a look at http://git.xfce.org
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    From what I recall reading, it was the Razor-Qt...

    From what I recall reading, it was the Razor-Qt devs that wanted to merge with LXDE after LXDE devs announced their intent to move to Qt, not the LXDE devs who wanted to merge with Razor-Qt. The...
  5. The systems for which downtime is unacceptable...

    The systems for which downtime is unacceptable are indeed few and do indeed tend to be important. However, there are many systems where some downtime may be acceptable, just *not right this very...
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    I agree, but I also want to point out that most...

    I agree, but I also want to point out that most likely anyone who does post here even after realizing this forum is full of clueless crazy ass fucks most likely also fit that description. You are one...
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    Well the OpenBSD devs have criticized not just...

    Well the OpenBSD devs have criticized not just the code but the development model of OpenSSL. From a perspective like that, it does not make sense to fix the code without addressing the development...
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    Although I'm not qualified to investigate this...

    Although I'm not qualified to investigate this decision on my own, according to the rhetoric presented so far it appears to me that this fork was a good move by the OpenBSD developers. So far from...
  9. That's a good point. Backporting efforts do not...

    That's a good point. Backporting efforts do not typically help in terms of overall technological progress (at least not in a direct sense, anyway). However, not everything should be done in the name...
  10. Bah, fucking 5 min edit limit. So stupid. Wanted...

    Bah, fucking 5 min edit limit. So stupid. Wanted to add the following:

    The reason why I am questioning your logic is because I feel like these kind of companies are more interested in something...
  11. As I understand it, the catalystic event that...

    As I understand it, the catalystic event that launched the discussion which eventually resulted in this LTS initiative was when DreamHost announced that they were leaving Debian for Ubuntu LTS...
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    I wouldn't describe it as intended to compete...

    I wouldn't describe it as intended to compete with OpenWRT or DD-WRT. From https://www.pfsense.org/about-pfsense/index.html:



    I run pfSense on an old PC that's got a Pentium 4 and 512 MB of RAM...
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    I don't know about the other companies, but in...

    I don't know about the other companies, but in the case of Google, I was under the impression that Google migrated all of the data that was in MySQL to MariaDB last year. However, I would expect that...
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    CM Storm QuickFire Rapid

    This is my final update to anyone who was reading this thread and curious about how things turned out. Before I get into my impressions of this keyboard, let me first say that I am very satisfied...
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    Thank you for the suggestion, Akka, but...

    Thank you for the suggestion, Akka, but unfortunately I already placed my order two days ago. The model I settled on was the CM Storm QuickFire Rapid. I chose that model mainly based on availability...
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    I want to point out that on the same BackBlaze...

    I want to point out that on the same BackBlaze blog as tthat linked by mercutio, in the http://blog.backblaze.com/2013/12/04/enterprise-drive-reliability/ post, they draw the opposite conclusion,...
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    BackBlaze's blog posts on hard drive reliability...

    BackBlaze's blog posts on hard drive reliability are excellent sources given the dreadth of information otherwise, but you can see from the table that the high failure rate is due entirely to poor...
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    Right on. Given how much trouble ACPI has caused...

    Right on. Given how much trouble ACPI has caused !Windows operating systems, it is good that Shuttleworth is taking advantage of his highly visible position to attempt to drive interest in this area.
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    Do you have a source for that please? Everything...

    Do you have a source for that please? Everything I've read up to now suggests that there is simply insufficient evidence to draw such wide generalizations about the competing manufacturers, which...
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    My own experiences with deb-multimedia.org (DMO)...

    My own experiences with deb-multimedia.org (DMO) were the other way around. I used it for a very long time, and appreciated the work Christian Marillat was putting into it, but eventually most...
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