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  1. It has been submitted, but not yet accepted, for...

    It has been submitted, but not yet accepted, for openSUSE:Factory, so hopefully it will be in tumbleweed in the next snapshot, or at the latest probably the one after that.
  2. No, it simply isn't. If I said you were wrong...

    No, it simply isn't. If I said you were wrong because you are a liar, that would be an ad hominem. But demonstrating that the evidence shows you were lying is not.


    It is also much more...
  3. Learn what ad hominem means. Pointing out that...

    Learn what ad hominem means. Pointing out that you were lying about what they said is not an ad hominem. Whether you agree with their reasons or not, they still gave them, despite your repeated...
  4. You are a liar. Either you are lying about...

    You are a liar. Either you are lying about having read it, or lying about the justification. Either way, besides that the justification includes:

    3. Security. The kernel guarantees that data...
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    It seems we have reached the point where we need...

    It seems we have reached the point where we need to invoke Poe's law on systemd opponent.
  6. Uh, no it isn't. The various usecases, of which...

    Uh, no it isn't. The various usecases, of which that was just one, were discussed on the mailing list thread.
  7. Uh, that is the whole point of a metaphor. I was...

    Uh, that is the whole point of a metaphor. I was applying your argument to a different situation to demonstrate the problem with it.
  8. You mean Apple?

    You mean Apple?
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    Sounds like some scary wildlife. Wild turkeys...

    Sounds like some scary wildlife. Wild turkeys are mean.
  10. If you are going to claim something is causing a...

    If you are going to claim something is causing a problem, then you should know enough to determine whether it actually is causing the problem. You claim dbus is flawed based merely on the unfounded...
  11. Wait, so you haven't even looked at the...

    Wait, so you haven't even looked at the application code, and you don't know enough to understand it anyway, but you are still convinced that it is dbus doing something wrong and not the application?...
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    It is considerably easier to just be able to...

    It is considerably easier to just be able to right-click on a file or directory and say "encrypt this". Yeah, there are other ways you could currently implement this, but none as simple and seamless...
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    From the first email:

    From the first email:
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    Nope.

    Nope.
  15. Yeah, that is great for people who get to pick...

    Yeah, that is great for people who get to pick their operating system. Not everyone has that luxury.
  16. Running machinery, usually. Factories and such.

    Running machinery, usually. Factories and such.
  17. No, it is actually pretty similar. The basic...

    No, it is actually pretty similar. The basic copyright rules are set by international treaties, they don't vary a huge amount between countries. The problem isn't the law, the problem is...
  18. The fact that they consider this a marketing...

    The fact that they consider this a marketing issue rather than a legal issue is indeed quite telling.
  19. The statement doesn't even say that they are...

    The statement doesn't even say that they are going to improve the situation. Based on that statement, they could just as easily be trying to make their violations harder to detect.
  20. Depends on who you ask. From later in the same...

    Depends on who you ask. From later in the same article you cited:
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