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    It is a very different thing. It allows KDE e.V....

    It is a very different thing. It allows KDE e.V. to represent the signee, the signee retains full rights to their contribution, the signee can at any time revoke it and so on.

    And it is not a...
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    You should probably honour your own advice, the...

    You should probably honour your own advice, the last part of that sentence is wrong.

    Cheers,
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    Canonical's work is not necessarily platform...

    Canonical's work is not necessarily platform specific I guess.
    Since Ubuntu Touch is using QtQuick and Trojita is currently QWidget based, there is likely adapter code that Trojita could be...
  4. Might be worth reading the blog, especially the...

    Might be worth reading the blog, especially the paragraph this appears in.
    And ideally comprehending the meaning of said paragraph.

    Or reading the shorter summary in my previous comment.

    Ah,...
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    Awesomeness probably meant that this applies to...

    Awesomeness probably meant that this applies to their new code.
    They can't change the license of already existing Trojita code.

    Cheers,
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  6. You are misunderstanding the blog post you...

    You are misunderstanding the blog post you included in your quote.
    The mentioned 13GB so all of KDE's products combined, with all assets (which can be quite substantial fo e.g. games), all...
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    Extremely unlikely. It would gain them nothing....

    Extremely unlikely.
    It would gain them nothing. The vast part of the code is not theirs, so requiring CLA on new contributions would only make these contributions relicensable, not the application...
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    Neither device's description mentions mobile...

    Neither device's description mentions mobile broadband device support, but nevertheless good to know about other alternatives in this category.

    I guess I'll have to search if some other site's...
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    Can it also route from UMTS/LTE?

    This sounds like something very close to what I am looking for as a travel accessoir for connecting more than one device to a given network connection.

    Wifi to Wifi obviously a must for things...
  10. Indeed, works perfectly across all desktop OS...

    Indeed, works perfectly across all desktop OS machines.

    But some of the mobile systems seem to lack support for it for no good reason :(

    Cheers,
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  11. They already do:...

    They already do: http://sourceforge.net/p/lxde/mailman/message/32800428/

    Cheers,
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    I doubt there will be much confusion, mostly...

    I doubt there will be much confusion, mostly because the version of Frameworks doens't matter to users and they are used to applications having their own versions.

    I expect that, just like on...
  13. Ah, you are misunderstanding me. I obviously...

    Ah, you are misunderstanding me.
    I obviously knew that, but many other had the impression that it was somehow related to Chrome's CDM not working on all possible systems.

    The UA check always was...
  14. Exactly, thank you! Hence there not being any...

    Exactly, thank you!

    Hence there not being any relation what so ever between some distribution updating some libs and this check.

    Cheers,
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  15. Different products, different version schemes. ...

    Different products, different version schemes.

    Like Windows being at 8, .Net is at 4.5, Internet Explorer is 11 and Office is 2014 :)

    Cheers,
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  16. Yes, excuse me, but since people seem to have a...

    Yes, excuse me, but since people seem to have a really hard time to understand the basics involved, breaking to down to a non-IT metaphor looked like a viable option.

    I understand that it is hard...
  17. And it is not used in this 98% of the time, but...

    And it is not used in this 98% of the time, but used for the 2% where it is not applicable?

    How does that make sense from any point of view?

    As I said it makes sense to use the UA when it...
  18. Right, I agree. If such information were present...

    Right, I agree. If such information were present in the UA string, then of course that would be valuable.
    We are, however, talking about the Chrome UA string on Linux, which does not contains such...
  19. If you were hoping for an easy "you don't know...

    If you were hoping for an easy "you don't know what it is like", I have to disappoint you.
    I do know what I am talking about and I do understand why you think what you are thinking as I have been...
  20. Even if we assume that can't detect a failing key...

    Even if we assume that can't detect a failing key exchange, which I am pretty sure they can as this is required for normal operations anyway, it still doesn't make the UA check any more worthwhile.
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