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    That sentence says it all. The systemd...

    That sentence says it all. The systemd advocates' strategy worked.
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    mpv-build

    mpv-build is a cool idea. I'm on Debian and can't seem to install the -dev versions of the ffmpeg library packages without forcing an uninstall of several other packages I want to keep. So until I...
  3. Structured design and the concepts of modularity,...

    Structured design and the concepts of modularity, encapsulation, loose coupling, etc., were already well-known by the early eighties.
  4. But none of those things are related to the...

    But none of those things are related to the reasons people are interested in running apps from OS X.

    Yes, you can run X11 and OpenGL programs on a Mac. But guess what? As far as I know, every...
  5. There are some apps which are only available on...

    There are some apps which are only available on OS X, and which have no exact equivalent in Linux.

    Two that I use myself are DEVONthink Pro and OmniOutliner. There are Linux apps that do some of...
  6. If memory serves, there were two main reasons for...

    If memory serves, there were two main reasons for the interest in resurrecting PCC:

    - A general interest in heirloom code, whether because of simple nostalgia or because such code is believed to...
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    No, sorry, at first glance Evernote is not...

    No, sorry, at first glance Evernote is not comparable to OmniOutliner.

    OO is a single-pane, multi-column outliner.

    Evernote appears to be yet another multipane outliner that uses a...
  8. Not true. There is no open source alternative to...

    Not true. There is no open source alternative to OmniOutliner, for example.

    Outliners as a whole are a very unrepresented niche on Linux, especially when compared to what's available on OS X. ...
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    Better interop with OS X?

    This probably isn't one of Linux's "biggest problems", but as someone who also uses a Mac, there are a couple of things where I'd like to see more interoperability between OS X and Linux:

    *...
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