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  1. Because a GUI shows more information and is...

    Because a GUI shows more information and is easier to interact with than the command line.
    Users would rather partition their HDD using a slider rather than trying to figure out how many cylinders...
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    Once again, mark45 goes for bottom of the barrel...

    Once again, mark45 goes for bottom of the barrel trolling.
  3. Mir doesn't use Compiz because it's not...

    Mir doesn't use Compiz because it's not compatible with the specific Xorg hooks that Compiz relies on.
    Compiz will never be used in a post X world.
  4. This is exactly what I was talking about....

    This is exactly what I was talking about. Consolekit was active while logind was being developed, with the full knowledge that logind would be a Linux only affair. The Consolekit guys abandoned their...
  5. It has surpassed Upstart in terms of cgroup...

    It has surpassed Upstart in terms of cgroup support and with the current rate of development, it will catch up to systemd's early feature list and it will provide a permissively licensed alternative...
  6. In unrelated news, mark45 once again makes...

    In unrelated news, mark45 once again makes unrelated comments which have nothing to do with the topic at hand.

    In related news, is there much of a performance drop because of the CPU rendering?
  7. And now you're trying to derail the argument by...

    And now you're trying to derail the argument by pushing it off topic from a technical discussion of OpenRC, typical avoidance manoeuvre.
    If you didn't want to discuss OpenRC, then you should have...
  8. However sysvinit wasn't portable to the level...

    However sysvinit wasn't portable to the level that OpenRC currently is, and sysvinit doesn't support advanced Linux kernel features such as cgroups, while OpenRC does.
    And IIRC, at least with the...
  9. As you have said, process tracking is still...

    As you have said, process tracking is still experimental, however that said it is still being further developed and there is experimental support for restarting a service, however it works by killing...
  10. OpenRC DragonflyBSD patches:...

    OpenRC DragonflyBSD patches: https://github.com/gjs278/openrc/commit/dba79c8845d9123b849d2135abfd8fbe6b203660
    Booting Debian k/FreeBSD: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zoNoi8BgQjs&feature=youtu.be...
  11. OpenRC fulfils the criteria of all of the points...

    OpenRC fulfils the criteria of all of the points you have addressed, with the bonus that it can boot Linux, Hurd and FreeBSD derived OS's and still supports Linux only features such as CGroups.
    I'd...
  12. That's an incorrect for OpenRC, it has...

    That's an incorrect for OpenRC, it has successfully booted OS's based on Linux, FreeBSD, DragonflyBSD, NetBSD and Hurd.
    No other init system can do that at the moment, and it also supports Linux...
  13. Like Gentoo with improving OpenRC, which now can...

    Like Gentoo with improving OpenRC, which now can boot both Hurd and FreeBSD, and it also supports cgroups.

    In fact, as far as features go OpenRC surpasses Upstart.
  14. The number of these hypotheticals that have...

    The number of these hypotheticals that have actually played out in the way you have described could easily be counted on one hand.
    The truth of the matter is that business will usually leave their...
  15. ...when they say in the article that EdgeBSD uses...

    ...when they say in the article that EdgeBSD uses git, and so does Dragonfly BSD (http://gitweb.dragonflybsd.org/?p=dragonfly.git;a=summary)

    I mean, I don't normally call people idiots, but...
  16. Actually, the MPL is essentially the same as the...

    Actually, the MPL is essentially the same as the LGPL with a few changes:
    - Static linking is allowed
    - It can be made compatible with any copyleft open source license the author chooses through...
  17. So you switch your stable distro choice to... an...

    So you switch your stable distro choice to... an unstable system choice?

    I'm glad I don't use you as a hosting company, LOL.
  18. If there is a GPLv3+ licensed file in e.g. GCC,...

    If there is a GPLv3+ licensed file in e.g. GCC, even though the rest may be licensed GPLv2+, the whole greater work and resulting binaries are effectively GPLv3+.
  19. mark45 entered a thread and left a completely...

    mark45 entered a thread and left a completely useless comment.
    Oh well, it happens every other day...
  20. If nobody is giving a shit, then why do you...

    If nobody is giving a shit, then why do you clearly give a shit?
    Hypocrisy at its finest.
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