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    Used to be mostly close to 13 months (N+2 +1...

    Used to be mostly close to 13 months (N+2 +1 month), but Fedora 20 will be probably closer to 20 months.

    I do expect there to be some increases with the new product initiatives - I would expect it...
  2. Then we would potentially have been stuck with a...

    Then we would potentially have been stuck with a different, potentially inferior implementation that the X server would also have had to support for eternity.
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    Putting his money/code where his mouth is

    He needs to put his money/code where his mouth is.

    Until then, his statement is as weighty as his support for Wayland.

    If he wants to change the system, he cant just call for it and others do...
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    Xserver 1.16

    From my understanding, the only useful GLamor code is that which is merged into what will become x server 1,16.

    All performance optimisations and work are going into that.

    While for card...
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    Webp

    All this begs the question... why dont they support webp?

    Upto 50% small filesize and with transparency. If firefox also had support, most of the major browser vendors would be covered.
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    Copr Repo Manamger GUI

    Fedora needs a GUI tool to add/remove coper repositories. Most repo files have the same files and such a tool will help Copr become more user friendly.
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    There is CSS viewport sizing for websites that...

    There is CSS viewport sizing for websites that can be used for scaling. However until recently, no one needed to and for big sites, they havent been made mobile friendly yet.

    In short, it is quite...
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    A nitpick but my understanding is that the...

    A nitpick but my understanding is that the developer who started Upstart started it as an independent project.

    He was later hired by Canonical and the software was put behind a CLA.

    Later when...
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    Scott James Remnant

    If you don't think the CLA is, ask yourself why the original author of Upstart himself does not contribute to it?

    Actually you don't need to ask yourself, since he has stated his own views on the...
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    The current default is way better IMO than the...

    The current default is way better IMO than the proposed changes.

    You should probably consuder having a mobile-first layout and building from there (maybe into a two column layout)
  11. That may be a part of it... but where do you...

    That may be a part of it... but where do you trust it to be manufactured? some of the tools from the NSA oresentation were tiny, so they can still be planted onto the motherboards etc.

    and even...
  12. Have you seen the presentations on how fully the...

    Have you seen the presentations on how fully the internet and many tools have been infiltrated?

    a firewall is not enough and good security measures would involve checking that your computer case...
  13. NSA

    Under the current NSA-infiltrated world, are there safety measures that stop institutions such as the NSA from using such recording features to spy on computers?
  14. Optimistic

    The optimistic view is that this file system doesnt need much tampering with and any changes will be small and to fix bugs and increase stability.

    I doubt anyone will be disapointed with the...
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    Systemd developers actually doing the work...

    Systemd developers actually doing the work...
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    You can't expect systemd maintainers to support...

    You can't expect systemd maintainers to support alternatives to their software.

    Here is a hint: they work on Systemd because they consider it the superior way. It is the job of those who disagree...
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    Since you admit you do not understand the...

    Since you admit you do not understand the technical issues, maybe give some credit to members of the Debian technical committee who do and have looked into the details?
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    and that is the normal line from the OpenRC...

    and that is the normal line from the OpenRC advocates.



    From what I read, what they did know about it didn't solve the problems they wanted an init system to solve.

    There was a minor...
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    SystemD and Upstart both have sysV...

    SystemD and Upstart both have sysV compatribility.

    However OpenRC puts its "runscripts" in the exact same location as a sysV initscript. You can either have the initscript (compatibility with all)...
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    Years later...

    8 years later and GCC is still generally the superior compiler collection.

    All that weight behind LLVM (not just apple, but the BSD's too) has gotten it to almost catch up, but while that may be...
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