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  1. This is just about using the same engine code to...

    This is just about using the same engine code to generate the UI and to generate the pages. They'll still be in completely different contexts.
  2. Good to know it works better :)

    Good to know it works better :)
  3. Can you test that?...

    Can you test that?
    http://fedoramagazine.org/gnome-on-wayland-in-fedora-21/
    Because Fedora 21 has been out for some hours now (possibly just before your post :D ), so here would be your distro....
  4. I've had a smooth experience overall, what is...

    I've had a smooth experience overall, what is your typical use-case? I only keep open native apps, usually 6/8. Has yours been lagging since you bought it?
    The Jolla phone does not have very...
  5. Minimize is already in the protocol extension for...

    Minimize is already in the protocol extension for the desktop shell. Could be useful for touch UI too for this use-case, but as you say it is a bit too soon to have it standardized yet.
  6. Well, on android and iOS, applications just get...

    Well, on android and iOS, applications just get events, on which they must act. This is very much single direction, nothing is initiated by the app (on android the app can minimize itself by asking...
  7. And I repeat, the minimize action in these UI is...

    And I repeat, the minimize action in these UI is always managed by the compositor itself, not the app, so there is no need for a protocol between the two. See the minimize button on your phone apps?...
  8. Most devices sold today don't have an "in app...

    Most devices sold today don't have an "in app minimize command" concept in their UI (phones, tablets, cars, TVs, ad displays, consoles, etc..). The protocol requires a minimize function only when the...
  9. Completely a typo. Sentence says "viewing...

    Completely a typo. Sentence says "viewing Phoronix without ads or subscribing to Phoronix Premium", but I'm pretty sure it's meant to be "viewing Phoronix without ad-blockers or subscribing to...
  10. I have a jolla phone, so I know what the...

    I have a jolla phone, so I know what the multitasking view can do ;)

    Still has nothing to help a good mechanism for switching between full app and half app. It's still a completely different UI...
  11. This is a UI and design effort. All platforms can...

    This is a UI and design effort. All platforms can run multiple applications in parallel. They need to find and implement efficient and meaningful ways to deal with both one and two apps on screen.
  12. This is much older than a year ago (from 2012:...

    This is much older than a year ago (from 2012: http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=MTIzNTQ ).
    They cannot really open source their desktop driver (they are not owner of a decent part...
  13. I contributed something useful, about "systemd...

    I contributed something useful, about "systemd can do stuff now without needing scripting or coding it" to which you answered "it doesn't matter 'cause you can script or code it".
    I admit at that...
  14. As long as it's turing complete, it can do as...

    As long as it's turing complete, it can do as much as systemd, don't worry.
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    "Freedom" is not the right to have people do what...

    "Freedom" is not the right to have people do what you want. You are free to fork, to contribute, to provide patches. You are even free not to update! Yes, if you do that, you can keep Debian with...
  16. Who needs applications or even an OS when you...

    Who needs applications or even an OS when you have assembly?
  17. I cannot speak for servers (this discussion was...

    I cannot speak for servers (this discussion was started specifically about uid based protection on personal computers), but on PCs, windows does exactly the same thing and a bit more (there are also...
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    You've got it completely backward. The TC choose...

    You've got it completely backward.
    The TC choose to have systemd as default init regardless of gnome's status. This default choice does not impose anything on any user.
    Then, Gnome depends on...
  19. Protection against what? 99% of the important...

    Protection against what? 99% of the important data and programs of a user on a personal computer are run by that very user.
    Does root protects you against a keylogger? a cryptolocker? a browser...
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    No it's not. Humans have utility functions, but...

    No it's not. Humans have utility functions, but these are not only driven by personal wealth (there are literally millions of studies that cover that).
    Companies utility functions are only driven by...
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