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  1. Having seen this sort of thing going on in...

    Having seen this sort of thing going on in Commerical UNIX days, I find this re-inventing of the wheel rather depressing in the FLOSS world. Fedora have recently done similar re-developing Yum...
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    It looks very promising! I'm hoping having the...

    It looks very promising! I'm hoping having the focus on framework, plasma, .. applications, helps stability, but is flexible enough for changes to improve workflows.

    Really looking forward to...
  3. It gets massively accelerated by noscript ...

    It gets massively accelerated by noscript :rolleyes:
  4. Yep, it's silly sidetrack, but one everyone is...

    Yep, it's silly sidetrack, but one everyone is qualified to comment on.. like what colour a bike shed should be
  5. But even the FOSS graphics drivers in 3.16 kept...

    But even the FOSS graphics drivers in 3.16 kept the pressure on, that's the difference I meant by consistent.
  6. Wow! That is rare to see such a consistent and...

    Wow! That is rare to see such a consistent and large all round thrashing.
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    Sure? From new analysis relating to 32bit ARM :...

    Sure? From new analysis relating to 32bit ARM :



    The overflow checks seem mandatory, not just a belt & braces precaution.
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    Something like gkh Stable Kernel announcement -...

    Something like gkh Stable Kernel announcement - lz4: add overrun checks to lz4_uncompress_unknownoutputsize() Linux 3.15.4 - Sun, 6 Jul 2014 19:09:39 -0700 ?

    Original blog on 1st, so I expect...
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    Can you explain, how a WINE implementation of the...

    Can you explain, how a WINE implementation of the function calls used by game of the Win32 API, is inherently "CPU killing", please?
    How would an in-game compatability layer, translating D3D to Open...
  10. Have you tried openSUSE 13.1? I haven't seen...

    Have you tried openSUSE 13.1? I haven't seen problems with PDF files, and as SuSE sells a supported enterprise desktop, Libre Office, FF and a Professional quality system management has to be in...
  11. I don't get that attitude, if they accept code...

    I don't get that attitude, if they accept code and it becomes a burden and problem then they can let it bit rot, saying they need a KDE maintainer.

    All too often, there seems to be a NIH, not...
  12. A while back a guy implemented memory pools and...

    A while back a guy implemented memory pools and some compaction, so they could shrink the cache by freeing lightly used pool, in part of memory management GC thread. Then when needed, another pool...
  13. Definitely NOT when you already have Qt libraries...

    Definitely NOT when you already have Qt libraries used and shared in ro memory pages, because you use a Qt based desktop like KDE. When I looked at ACTUAL memory usage on low RAM machines almost 7...
  14. There's a chicken and egg situation there. KDE...

    There's a chicken and egg situation there. KDE has it's own capable integrated Mail client, so there's likely few KDE users who use Thunderbird, or developers who care about it.

    KDE's own browser...
  15. Probably to my reading of the threads, it's...

    Probably to my reading of the threads, it's something along the lines of the openSUSE FF integration, which seems to me to work pretty well in openSUSE releases including Tumbleweed rolling release,...
  16. Look at this source - KDBUS Talk LWN article...

    Look at this source - KDBUS Talk LWN article

    GKH is described as "involved".. you don't seem to have followed the rather unusual events and drama, WHICH have conflated a number of different...
  17. What's really stupid about the approach shown, is...

    What's really stupid about the approach shown, is Lennart is likely to fragment his own installed base if he couples things with the kernel too closely. You'll have kernel X from distro, System D Y...
  18. Yeah! The arrogance shown is astonishing! ...

    Yeah! The arrogance shown is astonishing! Lennart does himself no favours.


    It's reasonable to say, feature X requires Y, but critical system software OUGHT not depend on stuff in a brittle...
  19. Kay, got told to "fix his bugs" by Linus and...

    Kay, got told to "fix his bugs" by Linus and warned he'd have no patches accepted if he continued to act like a prima donna. Greg Kroah Hartman was warned not to make any assumptions about inclusion...
  20. It's the rush into things and the lack of...

    It's the rush into things and the lack of consideration for needs of other requirements.
    The problem is, NOONE can have all ecompassing vision, Linus gets that.. but Lennart seems to need to learn...
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