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    Oh come on. We're not even talking about widget...

    Oh come on. We're not even talking about widget toolkits, event loop API, SMTP API, Base64 API, etc... We're talking basic linear algebra. I would hardly bundle linear algebra with everything in one...
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    No, I didn't suggest the standard should solve...

    No, I didn't suggest the standard should solve everything for everyone. I suggested the standard provide common data structures and common algorithms for basic linear algebra for the majority use...
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    It's not just a small part of the users. Very...

    It's not just a small part of the users. Very basic linear algebra is extremely common. I would expect more usage of basic linear algebra than I would expect use std::erf, std::tgamma, std::lgamma...
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    You already reap the benefits of a standard math...

    You already reap the benefits of a standard math library. You can use std::sin, std::cos, std::tan, std::atan, std::atan2, std::acos, std::asin, std::sqrt, std::cbrt, std::log, std::log2, std::log10,...
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    Meanwhile, everyone continues to make their own...

    Meanwhile, everyone continues to make their own Point and Matrix classes ... and their own numerics functions (like cross product). It's not a big deal until you start working with lots of other...
  6. If that's really true, then they should just add...

    If that's really true, then they should just add the kqueue(2) API and implementation to Linux. It's not like it would be a huge burden for all the hardcore network applications to support it since...
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    I see how it is: If GCC is sucking, Michael is...

    I see how it is: If GCC is sucking, Michael is biased, when Clang is sucking, Clang sucks.

    GCC has a bug and Linus called it crap *sniff*, Michael is totally biased against GCC *sniff*
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  8. Sounds more like an attempt to standardize...

    Sounds more like an attempt to standardize computer vision workflows (e.g. basically an open/standard MevisLab). If that's true, OpenCV/OpenCL are out of place since the implementer of "function...
  9. I still don't see how this is related to your...

    I still don't see how this is related to your original explanation.

    Regardless, blaming Hollywood alone for the current state and direction of technology is too simplistic. I see more of a push to...
  10. I see. To summarize: - Draft sucks - Ronald...

    I see. To summarize:
    - Draft sucks
    - Ronald Reagan
    - El Salvador

    This is your explanation of why you would think of details about how to avoid/break copyright laws in the US with computers and...
  11. Why do you even think about these details? What's...

    Why do you even think about these details? What's wrong with you?
  12. It does look out of place. Maybe Michael is...

    It does look out of place. Maybe Michael is distributing those documents with steganography?
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    If LibreOffice takes 15 minutes to configure with...

    If LibreOffice takes 15 minutes to configure with CMake, then LibreOffice's CMake configuration sucks. Stupid use of CMake has nothing to do with CMake. I configure and generate solutions/Makefiles...
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    I know, totally! I've been noticing this with...

    I know, totally! I've been noticing this with Windows Calculator and Notepad too.

    No, but really, are you seriously referring to memory and performance problems with CMake? If so, would you care...
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    Well, gee, how coincidental ... Just recently...

    Well, gee, how coincidental ... Just recently Sourceforge requested a mass password reset.
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    OSS did go proprietary in the past. But instead...

    OSS did go proprietary in the past. But instead of Linux developers writing their own OSS implementation or forking OSS like the BSDs, what did they do? They had the audacity to write a new API,...
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    Arrogant.

    Arrogant.
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    Your post says it all. You're the arrogant ones...

    Your post says it all. You're the arrogant ones and have been all along; not BSD. There's the Unix-like community and then there's Linux.
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    You're right. While we're at it, let's write our...

    You're right. While we're at it, let's write our own Linux-specific display servers. We did create our own Linux-specific sound system in the past, so why not?
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    Indeed, only a handful of people in the entire...

    Indeed, only a handful of people in the entire world can code review cryptographic software like OpenSSL. It is very likely easy to hide theoretical (theory in the mathematics-sense) backdoors in...
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