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  1. There is not much to flame about. His...

    There is not much to flame about.

    His argument against ZFS is that you can't ship it with distribution, but that doesn't stop NVidia modules.
    Otherwise it works and only suffers from some...
  2. Just write your data to /dev/null if you care...

    Just write your data to /dev/null if you care about it that much.
  3. Last time I checked Xonotic, there was barely...

    Last time I checked Xonotic, there was barely anyone playing, maybe a few dozen players, half of them playing instagib. Even QuakeLive which dropped linux support (and was dying for a few years now...
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    Read on wikipedia what sarcasm is, it doesn't...

    Read on wikipedia what sarcasm is, it doesn't have to have an irony, despite often used this way. When I wrote "hobby", I didn't actually meant it is their true hobby, but rather to highlight how...
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    "Hobby" was a sarcasm, since you still don't get...

    "Hobby" was a sarcasm, since you still don't get it, too bad for you.
    As for refusing - they still use kernel commandline "debug" while it doesn't make any sense, bug marked as fixed doesn't mean...
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    Not until kernel devs yelled at them and proposed...

    Not until kernel devs yelled at them and proposed a patch to hide debug from systemd completely.
    There was another: http://lwn.net/Articles/518942/
    lklm is down atm, so can't link to actual...
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    Not that ridiculous, one certain kernel developer...

    Not that ridiculous, one certain kernel developer agrees: http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=MTY1MzA
    There was more like this, that is not something uncommon.


    Did you actually...
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    I was talking about this:...

    I was talking about this: https://plus.google.com/+LennartPoetteringTheOneAndOnly/posts/LjkLwkeDiLc
    I'm not advocating for upstart actually, point is neither can deal with complex fs setups, but...
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    First they start FUD campain about upstart being...

    First they start FUD campain about upstart being bad bad bad, because it fails to unmount partitions on reboot and that systemd magically solves this problem, but they still have this bug open that...
  10. When this is going to be fixed?...

    When this is going to be fixed? https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1026119
    Instead of mocking upstart failing to unmount stuff, Lennart should fix his own crap.
  11. He described it completely wrong, what he...

    He described it completely wrong, what he actually means is this kind of scenario:
    You fill up whole disk with data, you only have like 10 free blocks (just for example).
    Then you change file, SSD...
  12. In the worst case it will write same amount of...

    In the worst case it will write same amount of data to a disk, sometimes less if FS compression is more efficient than internal. Goal is to avoid writing 2+ blocks, when compressed data fits into one...
  13. The need Mir now for Ubuntu phone primarily and...

    The need Mir now for Ubuntu phone primarily and if it starts to get traction, they'll keep working on Mir.
    Jolla won't release their full source either.
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    Enterprise software is often in java, which runs...

    Enterprise software is often in java, which runs everywhere. I can do my work on Linux@home just as well as on Windows@work.
    Sure, some businesses can't live without Macs or Windows, but probably...
  15. I don't remember how many times I rebooted, but...

    I don't remember how many times I rebooted, but it was a friday or monday and full moon.. is there an option for journalctl to find that? I think it is a valid use case and such option needs to be...
  16. Yet it works just fine with ALSA. Same thing...

    Yet it works just fine with ALSA.
    Same thing with systemd, lennart rants about how ubuntu fail to unmount ext4, yet same shit happens with systemd:...
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    It is amusing how Pawlerson (+his other accounts)...

    It is amusing how Pawlerson (+his other accounts) manages to troll every BSD thread on phoronix and people are still falling for it.
  18. Yet it is still closed. I don't see how anyone is...

    Yet it is still closed. I don't see how anyone is going to license Sailfish from Jolla if everything is open. There already was that openmoko thing. Just not going to happen.


    If you want app...
  19. Mer != Sailfish. Come back when they open their...

    Mer != Sailfish. Come back when they open their UX sources.
  20. Sailfish is closed source, so they can gtfo.

    Sailfish is closed source, so they can gtfo.
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