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    Wouldn't this introduce incompatibilities between...

    Wouldn't this introduce incompatibilities between stock Android and forks using BlueZ?
  2. Considering the amount of flaming that will...

    Considering the amount of flaming that will probably go on in this thread, I'm curious as to what proportion of code actually uses GTK+.
    I was under the assumption that Mozilla made the UI's for...
  3. Will the chipset being used have open source...

    Will the chipset being used have open source drivers available?
  4. What was the reason behind this? Why not...

    What was the reason behind this? Why not Dragonfly or another form of BSD?
    What of software compatibility? Will this be compatible with FreeBSD software?
  5. Retina is a general term for high resolution and...

    Retina is a general term for high resolution and HiDPI screens, as most people know the term now and it's easier than saying Retina than 'high resolution and HiDPI screens'.
  6. Still waiting for the day of a distributed...

    Still waiting for the day of a distributed community hosted PPA alternative.
  7. How come this wasn't performed on OpenBSD?...

    How come this wasn't performed on OpenBSD? Wouldn't it have been a better platform choice if it was the most supported by both libraries?
  8. Ah, review section. In that case, you should...

    Ah, review section.

    In that case, you should approach the development team of either project and make a case for them to port your favourite add-on to Seamonkey.

    Or you can stop bitching and do...
  9. Vimperator is listed on the Seamonkey add-on page.

    Vimperator is listed on the Seamonkey add-on page.
  10. What you lose is freedom and performance. ...

    What you lose is freedom and performance.

    Firefox's new Javascript interpreter outperforms Chromium, it also uses less memory and CPU per tab than Chromium does too.
    ASM.js is a suitable...
  11. If you have a problem with the direction that...

    If you have a problem with the direction that Firefox is heading in, use Seamonkey.

    It's compatible with most of the plugins and you can be guaranteed that the UI will never change.
  12. FreeBSD is getting 64bit ARM support in the next...

    FreeBSD is getting 64bit ARM support in the next release, it's been posted in their quarterly report.
  13. I don't believe this line of thinking is...

    I don't believe this line of thinking is beneficial in an open source environment. The Maui OS team are doing a similar thing, creating a DE from scratch on top of Qt5.
    Is their project any less...
  14. Because a GUI shows more information and is...

    Because a GUI shows more information and is easier to interact with than the command line.
    Users would rather partition their HDD using a slider rather than trying to figure out how many cylinders...
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    Once again, mark45 goes for bottom of the barrel...

    Once again, mark45 goes for bottom of the barrel trolling.
  16. Mir doesn't use Compiz because it's not...

    Mir doesn't use Compiz because it's not compatible with the specific Xorg hooks that Compiz relies on.
    Compiz will never be used in a post X world.
  17. This is exactly what I was talking about....

    This is exactly what I was talking about. Consolekit was active while logind was being developed, with the full knowledge that logind would be a Linux only affair. The Consolekit guys abandoned their...
  18. It has surpassed Upstart in terms of cgroup...

    It has surpassed Upstart in terms of cgroup support and with the current rate of development, it will catch up to systemd's early feature list and it will provide a permissively licensed alternative...
  19. In unrelated news, mark45 once again makes...

    In unrelated news, mark45 once again makes unrelated comments which have nothing to do with the topic at hand.

    In related news, is there much of a performance drop because of the CPU rendering?
  20. And now you're trying to derail the argument by...

    And now you're trying to derail the argument by pushing it off topic from a technical discussion of OpenRC, typical avoidance manoeuvre.
    If you didn't want to discuss OpenRC, then you should have...
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