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  1. OpenGL performance with nvidia blob and how many...

    OpenGL performance with nvidia blob and how many clicks it takes to do same thing in OS X and Gnome. EDIT: it seems this box doesn't have nvidia card..
  2. It can't be true. There's no penguin on the...

    It can't be true. There's no penguin on the picture.
  3. This game is wonderful. Can't wait for a proper...

    This game is wonderful. Can't wait for a proper Linux port. It's a true cRPG.
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    Todays it's possible to get rid of GNU...

    Todays it's possible to get rid of GNU completely, so there's no single reason to call it GNU/Linux. Following RMS logic we should call it X11/KDE/GNU/Linux.
  5. No, just a power user who plays a lot with his...

    No, just a power user who plays a lot with his computer.
  6. Finally! No more stupid upstart behavior. When I...

    Finally! No more stupid upstart behavior. When I install something it doesn't mean I want to have it started automatically. When I want to disable some service I don't want to mess with stupid...
  7. Apple probably has the worst OpenGL...

    Apple probably has the worst OpenGL implementation, so they don't deserve to be highlighted.
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    Now it's time for dozens of articles about KDE,...

    Now it's time for dozens of articles about KDE, don't you think? It's developed much more rapidly and its changes are far more interesting. Does gnome/red hat sponsor you?
  9. It's not about complacency, but number of...

    It's not about complacency, but number of supported architectures, matureness and wide range of software which is compiled by GCC. No other compiler is even close to it.
  10. GCC is probably the best compiler available, but...

    GCC is probably the best compiler available, but Linux will benefit from Clang/llvm. It will help ironing bugs. GCC and llvm should benefit from this as well:
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    Lumina is in rather early stage of development,...

    Lumina is in rather early stage of development, so they didn't focus on polishing yet. I bet they'll make icons on their own in the future.
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    It looks like a mix of KDE and Gnome. It even has...

    It looks like a mix of KDE and Gnome. It even has KDE 4 icons. I wonder how it looks under the hood in comparison to Linux DE's: phonon, dbus, pulseaudio, systemd integration (just kidding).
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    Your analogy is messed up. DOS didn't allow you...

    Your analogy is messed up. DOS didn't allow you to have icons on your desktop. Removing them in a modern DE is a step backward.
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    True, but both are Linux desktop environments. ...

    True, but both are Linux desktop environments.



    If it demands to install additional extensions from its users it's not more simple than other desktop environments.



    Why? It was my...
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    It seems most people won't agree with you. There...

    It seems most people won't agree with you. There are many polls showing KDE is more popular. It's also much better in probably every way than gnome (imo).
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    Nobody forces you to add them, but majority of...

    Nobody forces you to add them, but majority of people do have icons on their desktops.



    This option shouldn't be placed next to common operation like rename.
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    They don't give a shit. That's what about it....

    They don't give a shit. That's what about it. Better Linux than Linux advertisement failed again. Guess who was trying this before?
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    They probably have more Windows users than BSD....

    They probably have more Windows users than BSD. They should just focus on Linux.

    http://blog.martin-graesslin.com/blog/2011/08/thoughts-about-kde-plasma-on-non-linux-systems/
  19. GPL rules which isn't surprising at all. This is...

    GPL rules which isn't surprising at all. This is testament to BSD fanboys and their idiotic claims. Even at MS Codeplex GPL is much more popular than BSD. What a shame. :)
  20. Such rules don't protect the code. If I'm...

    Such rules don't protect the code. If I'm mistaken feel free to correct me. True freedom is freedom, because anarchy isn't freedom.
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