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  1. Indeed !

    Indeed !
  2. link broken

    Anzwix "upstream" link is broken.
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    Oh, that's interesting. Though... i have never...

    Oh, that's interesting.
    Though... i have never heard of any AMD chip used with android... is there any ? Or maybe it was not used because of this openmax support missing and AMD kinda fill the gap ?
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    Ok, then, how is that useful ? Does...

    Ok, then, how is that useful ? Does mplayer/mpv/xine or anything can make use of it ? Anybody knows how this "State tracker" is visible to the outside world ?
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    I guess the point is that this is the *default* ...

    I guess the point is that this is the *default* task bar ? Or is it not ? I'm not aware of this problem.
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    I remember that on some eeepc, it was not even...

    I remember that on some eeepc, it was not even possible to start, so I had to ssh to the computer without the user trying to log in and disable nepomuk. Settings aren't everything, sane defaults are...
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    Having a branch in git is a tool. A great one,...

    Having a branch in git is a tool. A great one, but that doesn't fix stuff magically.



    This is me. I didn't report bug for plasma/nepomuk because I did not use them. My only concern was to get...
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    I disagree. First, because if this was true,...

    I disagree.

    First, because if this was true, then we could happily use KDE and just ignore such garbage. But it is not possible. All those so-said "technologies" they are so proud of are deeply...
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    They are all WONTFIX because all parts are being...

    They are all WONTFIX because all parts are being written and written again. Great way to clean the tracker. This taskbar has been since.. kde 4 ? That is 4 years ago ? Whether design-wise or...
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    They do. What i meant was that buggy stuff keeps...

    They do. What i meant was that buggy stuff keeps on being merged and bugs keep on being piled on the bugtracker. Or, if you prefer, they might be the 'structure', but it fails doing its job.


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    I dont wanna tune every computer i'm supposed to...

    I dont wanna tune every computer i'm supposed to manage. But thanks for the hints on how to make KDE usable, that will probably help people still trying.
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    You remove every plasmoid your distro has...

    You remove every plasmoid your distro has installed by default, and you dont install any new. This boost your average time between crashes and prevent memory use to explode. And of course, you kill...
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    Absolutely, and I'm not ashamed of it. Those that...

    Absolutely, and I'm not ashamed of it. Those that don't love KDE will not waste time complaining about it. They will just go away and be done.

    Though you will understand that I would rather use a...
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    I disagree... that's exactly what they do, and...

    I disagree... that's exactly what they do, and not only for nepomuk : kde 4 has been broken since the beginning and they leave it broken :-(
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    Nope I disagree. It is not kernel fault, it's KDE...

    Nope I disagree. It is not kernel fault, it's KDE stuff. They keep on merging whatever crap is being written without ANY QA, even basic. I guess the excuse is "we dont have enough manpower". Nepomuk...
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    This is the favorite answer from some kde dev :...

    This is the favorite answer from some kde dev : "we once had some minor problems now fixed". But I disagree with you : at each linux installation (lot of different distros), users come back to me...
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    Die Nepomuk ! die ! I dont know and I really...

    Die Nepomuk ! die !

    I dont know and I really don't care if it's disk access, ram or cpu, but experience on a huge range of desktop/laptop shows that
    nepomuk on -> computer slow as hell,...
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    Of course. This as well as lot of other remarks...

    Of course. This as well as lot of other remarks ("it's foss, what did you expect", "do it yourself", "pay someone to do it") is obviously true. I dont have time to fix the bugs, i dont really care....
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    I guess this can always be debatable ("what you...

    I guess this can always be debatable ("what you do is crap"), but I actually do consider myself an OS dev. I was even once very close to KDE (I only commited few patches that I'm not especially proud...
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    KDE knows nothing about QA

    Really cool, they fixed a bug that probably nobody noticed for 10 years, while there are billions of tickets in the bugtracker, lot of them confirmed and untouched for years. They can keep going...
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