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  1. Well... when maintaining proper identity...

    Well... when maintaining proper identity separation (Work-Family-Private-Spam-n*#ofGeekSubcultures) you end up with around half a dozen email addresses at a minimum, and if you're a developer you...
  2. Thanks for the detailed answer.

    Thanks for the detailed answer.
  3. Serious question by the way, I'd like to know.

    Serious question by the way, I'd like to know.
  4. Other than for deep hand-optimization and picking...

    Other than for deep hand-optimization and picking out compiler bugs what's the benefit of being able to map code to assembly?
  5. Uhuh given we're talking what are hobbyist...

    Uhuh given we're talking what are hobbyist boards, not commercial grade microcontrollers, you're the one who is the lamer here, particularly as the Beaglebone black can do substantially more than the...
  6. C# has been an ECMA standard since the beginning,...

    C# has been an ECMA standard since the beginning, and now there's the .NET Foundation to govern the future of the platform and basically everything but the GUI stuff is in the process of being open...
  7. Ah.... now there's the wailing and moaning I'm...

    Ah.... now there's the wailing and moaning I'm used to in .NET threads, I'd almost thought you guys had grown up or something.

    Anyway, This is a Really Good Thing (TM) the better experience...
  8. well there's this...

    well there's this
    https://learn.adafruit.com/embedded-linux-board-comparison/power-usage
  9. the Beaglebone Black consumes 2W under load, and...

    the Beaglebone Black consumes 2W under load, and significantly less when idle. I'm having a hard time pinning down the load power consumption of the arduino. Regardless AFAICT most hobbyist boards...
  10. Meh, the thing is, people going "Well what does...

    Meh, the thing is, people going "Well what does this offer that GluGlug and Google don't?" are being idiots, even if it's not something I'd ever buy, it's a good thing to have more Coreboot devices...
  11. Oh I dunno... maybe a higher end laptop with...

    Oh I dunno... maybe a higher end laptop with desktop linux as opposed to ChromeOS by default + coreboot.
  12. meh, there's these things called baby steps, and...

    meh, there's these things called baby steps, and we must first learn to walk before we can run. Librem might not be a "pure" laptop but if it really is going to run coreboot it does offer something...
  13. Yes... That's what I was talking about, and then...

    Yes... That's what I was talking about, and then added that LLVM wins out in the end because it has a faster compilation speed, with comparable performance. I agree though, competition in this space...
  14. Yeah that sounds like you're missing some KIO...

    Yeah that sounds like you're missing some KIO package or there's possibly a bug in your distro. It works fine for me on my machine. Can't speak as to the theme issue though, I've given up on dark...
  15. There's really no reason to go with an Arduino...

    There's really no reason to go with an Arduino over a Beaglebone Black or similar modern ARM-based hobbyist microcontrollers.

    Regardless though I was talking about the performance arena. As it...
  16. Nice to see that OpenMP support is finally...

    Nice to see that OpenMP support is finally getting in. I'm going to be very interested to see benchmarks when 3.7 comes out with full support as that's been the last stronghold of GCC.
  17. No you need to literally right click on your...

    No you need to literally right click on your desktop, as in the wallpaper, or click on the cashew and in there you will find Desktop Settings, and you can select folder from there.
  18. On the contrary, Wayland support seems to be...

    On the contrary, Wayland support seems to be progressing quite well, sure you can't really play around with it just yet, but according to the blog Martin thinks that he can get XWayland in by Plasma...
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    The reality is that the truth is somewhere...

    The reality is that the truth is somewhere between these two statements. There's a lot of things JIT Compilers can do that AoT can't, but at the same time they lack the time to perform aggressive...
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    The problem is Javascript is the new Perl, a tool...

    The problem is Javascript is the new Perl, a tool that is decent at it's specific domain, but has gained a following that thinks that it should be used everywhere, while not being a general purpose...
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