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  1. Yes, some KDE projects have moved to a "master is...

    Yes, some KDE projects have moved to a "master is always usable" approach after the move to git and the resulting modularization of KDE repositories and tarballs. But actual kmix releases still...
  2. kmix is not in extragear, it is in KDE multimedia...

    kmix is not in extragear, it is in KDE multimedia and has been since KDE 1.1 (which is the earliest I can find). It also does not have an independent release schedule it is and has been released...
  3. So is KDE SC 4.x.

    So is KDE SC 4.x.
  4. The idea of frameworks it to keep things modular....

    The idea of frameworks it to keep things modular. Things that can feasibly be separated out were.
  5. Why should it be? Plasma developers have said...

    Why should it be? Plasma developers have said that it will be ready for "production" systems when they explicitly say it is ready for production systems, not before. Or is this just your personal...
  6. Sure, if anybody was willing to make another init...

    Sure, if anybody was willing to make another init system with the features they depend on. The problem is that the anti-systemd crowd has convinced themselves that nobody wants those features...
  7. Yes, that is why it is on a "Tech Preview" rather...

    Yes, that is why it is on a "Tech Preview" rather than an actual release. Plasma developers have said over and over again that this first release was not meant for end users. What do you expect a...
  8. Thanks. I am certainly watching Julia. We will...

    Thanks. I am certainly watching Julia. We will see how it goes over the next few years.
  9. It means any single such use-case is not going to...

    It means any single such use-case is not going to be in many applications, but there are plenty of such use-cases out there.
  10. I never claimed otherwise. I was specifically...

    I never claimed otherwise. I was specifically addressing mmstick's claims about C. I have said many times my primary reason for using python is not performance.


    That is great for them. Again,...
  11. In the real world, no toolkit can ever possibly...

    In the real world, no toolkit can ever possibly handle every possible use-case. It is a nice ideal, but in practice some use-cases are too niche or too specific.
  12. Thank you for again proving my point. Your...

    Thank you for again proving my point. Your stubborn refusal to actually read what I wrote, not to mention address it, is not helping convince me. Good day.
  13. In theory. In practice, toolkits can't abstract...

    In theory. In practice, toolkits can't abstract away everything.
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    You seriously don't know what "oss", "debug" and...

    You seriously don't know what "oss", "debug" and "src" mean? And why are you even bothering with them when they are set up by default?
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    That certainly simplifies things.

    That certainly simplifies things.
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    Saying individual operating systems are better at...

    Saying individual operating systems are better at specific things is not the same as saying individual operating systems are better overall. If the absolutely only thing you care about is TCP/IP...
  17. Taking a glance at the code is much quicker than...

    Taking a glance at the code is much quicker than cloning the git repo, not to mention installing Julia and all the other code for the benchmarks, compiling the code, running the benchmarks, writing a...
  18. You may very well be right, but it would be nice...

    You may very well be right, but it would be nice to see some information that is less than 15 years old.
  19. Assume that the string is UTF-8. What are the...

    Assume that the string is UTF-8. What are the types of counts and ch?
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    KDE has a very full-featured partition editor. ...

    KDE has a very full-featured partition editor. It should work fine in LXQt, especially once it is ported to frameworks 5.
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