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  1. GitHub

    I wish anyone could send metadata pull requests on GitHub, so it would be kind of like Wikipedia, where anyone could improve it and collaborate.
  2. Please not another proprietary web browser. We...

    Please not another proprietary web browser.
    We don't need another proprietary web browser.

    The web is to be open.
    Opera and their asshole CEO just forking open source projects to make dumb...
  3. Sperm

    A hot laptop in your lap will heat up your semen and kill your sperm.
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    You are right, programming cryptographic software...

    You are right, programming cryptographic software is notoriously complicated and layers of additional abstraction just makes it more complicated, which is why the LibreSSL team is stripping away all...
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    Because the OpenSSL guys had tons of weird...

    Because the OpenSSL guys had tons of weird abstractions for portability and was like whatever, this is fine, look the code is portable. All that abstraction and weirdness resulted in lots of buggy...
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    But can OpenSSL even be trusted anymore? Do they...

    But can OpenSSL even be trusted anymore?
    Do they even pay attention to security?

    Or should everyone just switch to LibreSSL now?
  7. Chromium feels like a second-class citizen on...

    Chromium feels like a second-class citizen on Linux.
    It doesn't feel integrated and it blend in with the environment.
    It looks and behaves alien.

    Opera are parasites, they leech from Chromium...
  8. Think if Linux used PE instead of ELF? Would...

    Think if Linux used PE instead of ELF?

    Would that be possible?
    Would that be good or bad?
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    What is this good for? I don't understand.

    What is this good for?

    I don't understand.
  10. Coreboot

    Intel should just add Intel Quark support to Coreboot.
  11. It is feasible and possible. There are patches...

    It is feasible and possible.
    There are patches for the Linux kernel to do so called zram.

    http://lwn.net/Articles/545244/
  12. Yeah, this sounds really cool. I would like to...

    Yeah, this sounds really cool. I would like to see more cloud services be explored using the 9P protocol.
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    Obligatory links

    http://mesamatrix.net/
    http://cgit.freedesktop.org/mesa/mesa/tree/docs/GL3.txt
  14. I wonder what he will do now. I hope he does...

    I wonder what he will do now. I hope he does something cool.
    I wonder if he will continue with X.Org and Wayland.

    Thanks for all work Keith!

    Keith Packard is awesome!

    Keith Packard joins...
  15. Sweet, hope Debian and Ubuntu follows suit. If...

    Sweet, hope Debian and Ubuntu follows suit.

    If you have old Python 2 code, port it to Python 3 with 2to3.

    https://docs.python.org/2/library/2to3.html
    http://python3porting.com/2to3.html
  16. I didn't know that, but it kinda makes sense when...

    I didn't know that, but it kinda makes sense when you look at the new typing hinting proposal for Python.
    It looks like it borrows syntax from Go.

    http://lwn.net/Articles/627418/
  17. Cool they made an very own programming language...

    Cool they made an very own programming language and implemented Servo in it.

    It will be interesting to see what happens to Rust, and what will be of Rust in a few years.

    Rust seems interesting,...
  18. Mutter is the window manager. Is input really...

    Mutter is the window manager.
    Is input really the responsibility of the window manager?
  19. Weston will always require environment variables?...

    Weston will always require environment variables?

    Why doesn't Weston "just work" without the user have to mess with setting environment variables?
  20. Snappy?

    How does it compare to Snappy?
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