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    Ok, this is getting crazy. Compiz has quite a...

    Ok, this is getting crazy.

    Compiz has quite a lot of nice functionality which is NOT available in other window managers. Why remove it?
  2. No. Democracy is definitely NOT a rule of the...

    No. Democracy is definitely NOT a rule of the mob. Read the Wikipedia link.

    These greenshit people try to impose their will using definitely non-democratic methods. Would it be OK for pro-nuclear...
  3. How is that different from using live shields to...

    How is that different from using live shields to stop legitimate and necessary operation? It's not different at all - protesters are sure that lethal force can't be used against them so they can do...
  4. Basically, assholes like you make it cost so...

    Basically, assholes like you make it cost so much. Police should start using live ammo on protesters after giving them ample warning. I'd guarantee that it would resolve this problem in _minutes_.
  5. So, you have nothing at all to say intelligent...

    So, you have nothing at all to say intelligent about so called 'studies'. That's par for the course for Greenpeace idiots. They probably replace your brain with a lump of coal once you get into...
  6. Want to bet $10000 that Germany is going to use...

    Want to bet $10000 that Germany is going to use classic coal burning power plants without all those 'improvements'? And I distinctly remember that initially you denied that Germany is even going to...
  7. They prove that Greenpeace are malicious...

    They prove that Greenpeace are malicious incompetents that should be lined up against the wall and shot for crimes against nature and people.

    These 'studies' are total crap.

    1) Cancer clusters...
  8. No. You are a stupid cretinous idiot with LSD for...

    No. You are a stupid cretinous idiot with LSD for brains. None of these links prove relationship between cancer and extremely small doses of radiation.

    There CAN NOT be one.

    Do you understand...
  9. To be fair, it's mostly a question of...

    To be fair, it's mostly a question of bioavailability. Ingesting a soluble salt of plutonium or metallic plutonium is a BAD move. While something insoluble like plutonium sulfate won't be much more...
  10. There are NO such studies. People live in areas...

    There are NO such studies. People live in areas with MUCH higher natural background without any statistical difference in cancer incidence rates.

    Any study that claims to have found a link is...
  11. It's totally irrelevant. They are far more...

    It's totally irrelevant.

    They are far more likely to stumble and accidentally break a neck than get a cancer from this kind of dose.


    Duh. It takes one to know one.
  12. 1.65 uSv/h - wow that's high! That's just...

    1.65 uSv/h - wow that's high!

    That's just about 4 times smaller than flying in an airplane at cruise height! Police should immediately don hazmat suits!
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    Oh well. And I hoped that systemd would go into...

    Oh well. And I hoped that systemd would go into the Ubuntu. But no, they're too NIH-crazy.
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    Well, there would have been an IT industry as we...

    Well, there would have been an IT industry as we don't know it. IT might have been born during the WWII, but it would have been inevitably created at most a few years later.

    Because IT was...
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    That can be solved in RDP and in VNC which...

    That can be solved in RDP and in VNC which support exporting of single windows just fine. I've personally used http://metavnc.sourceforge.net/ before.

    In near future it might work like this:

    ...
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    And it uses almost none of the famed 'network...

    And it uses almost none of the famed 'network transparency' features of X instead replicating essentially what Wayland is going to do for remote clients.
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    Well, some of us use network transparency with...

    Well, some of us use network transparency with Windows and RDP. And let me tell you, it blows X out of water.

    It's great to run a GUI program on a server from my notebook, then turn off the...
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    Well, I worked with both STap and DTrace. I can't...

    Well, I worked with both STap and DTrace. I can't say that STap is worse than DTrace.

    It's just not used that much. Mostly because dynamic tracing is not required that often - in reality it's...
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    At this point of time, the only thing required...

    At this point of time, the only thing required for Linux to achieve theoretical feature-parity with DTrace is to merge uprobes into the main kernel.
  20. The longest stage in nuclear powerplant building...

    The longest stage in nuclear powerplant building is not construction, but regulatory approval. Reactor lifetime is now greatly improved, reactors which are now being built have 50 year lifetime with...
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