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    That is in fact pretty similar to what Red Hat...

    That is in fact pretty similar to what Red Hat does to produce RHEL. The details such as timeline of releases vary but the process is similar.
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    Non-local ones are called remote resolvers. Some...

    Non-local ones are called remote resolvers. Some of the differences are outlined at

    https://www.atomicorp.com/wiki/index.php/Local_DNS_resolver#Discussion

    Advantages are listed at
    ...
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    [QUOTE=justmy2cents;473828]i might be getting...

    [QUOTE=justmy2cents;473828]i might be getting this wrong, if so please feel free to correct me. also, i'm not trying to teach anyone, i'm just checking my understanding of it

    AppMenu...
  4. There is also runtime performance to consider. ...

    There is also runtime performance to consider. GCC has continues to improve as well. Competition in this space has been pretty good for both projects and I expect that to continue
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    I would presume the former. The menus are called...

    I would presume the former. The menus are called app menus in GNOME
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    Dnf and Anaconda is more or less ready. One key...

    Dnf and Anaconda is more or less ready. One key piece is Python bindings for the SELinux library

    https://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/devel/2015-February/208208.htm

    So most of the core...
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    It appears the notification area is still being...

    It appears the notification area is still being worked on for by some of Red Hat developers for GNOME 3.16/Fedora 22 upstream.

    http://blogs.gnome.org/aday/2015/02/26/in-case-you-didnt-notice/
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    Of course you can use either/or along with...

    Of course you can use either/or along with keyboard shortcuts. Whatever floats your boat.
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    Firefox doesn't use GTK all that much except for...

    Firefox doesn't use GTK all that much except for some UI bits. The rest of it is all custom code. Also major applications require porting to Wayland beyond the toolkits because they often call X11...
  10. I don't want any of that. Thankfully they are...

    I don't want any of that. Thankfully they are preferences in GNOME Tweak Tool. Let's not go around calling preferences of others ridiculous choices.
  11. There is nothing DE specific about any of the...

    There is nothing DE specific about any of the underlying components. It works best with Wayland. So I don't know about Unity. KDE should be fine.
  12. If you just install rsyslog, it would pull...

    If you just install rsyslog, it would pull automatically from journald and you can even set journald to never save any logs
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  13. I would give your advice back to you. See the...

    I would give your advice back to you. See the bug report yourself.

    https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=64116#c3

    Also repeated again.

    "Again, the journalctl tries hard to salvage...
  14. Nope It has been fixed in GNOME 3.16 (or any...

    Nope It has been fixed in GNOME 3.16 (or any latest development build). Instead of using control key, they reverted it back to del and added a undo notification to revert the delete if...
  15. http://blogs.gnome.org/mclasen/2015/01/19/gnome-wa...

    http://blogs.gnome.org/mclasen/2015/01/19/gnome-wayland-porting-the-endgame/

    Fedora 22 is expected to ship with GNOME using Wayland by default for the login screen and Fedora 23 is expected to use...
  16. Sure. If you had made a statement about Nvidia...

    Sure. If you had made a statement about Nvidia driver being important to you, noone would have really objected to that. It is important to many people. However readiness of Wayland isn't really...
  17. That is not true at all. GNOME Shell from the...

    That is not true at all. GNOME Shell from the very beginning was designed and developed with easy customization in mind. Using Javascript was in part to make it trivial to modify behavior and...
  18. Yep. That is a problem and a real world one...

    Yep. That is a problem and a real world one where people don't limit themselves to just a few repositories.

    Also the X model makes it trivial to write keyboard loggers and snoop around. The...
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    Journald can already be exported to json. ...

    Journald can already be exported to json. Converting json to other formats can be done by a number of utilities.

    http://www.freedesktop.org/software/systemd/man/journalctl.html

    "formats...
  20. Every release fixes plenty of bugs. So I don't...

    Every release fixes plenty of bugs. So I don't believe that they don't care about fixing problems. They might not care about your pet peeves but you aren't necessarily representative of majority...
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