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  1. It isn't necessarily that crystal-clear. ...

    It isn't necessarily that crystal-clear. Ideally, you are right it would make sense. But it only works really well when toolbar items can only reasonably belong to one category, which in practice...
  2. Asking you to provide evidence to back up your...

    Asking you to provide evidence to back up your claims is deflection? Ah, this is obviously some strange use of the word "deflection" that I wasn't previously aware of.


    Amateur deflection. Did...
  3. I wouldn't consider Matlab a good standard for...

    I wouldn't consider Matlab a good standard for anything.
  4. If there aren't enough people supporting BSDs, it...

    If there aren't enough people supporting BSDs, it would seem to me that the most efficient solution from a manpower perspective would be to provide additional manpower towards the support of BSDs on...
  5. As was already pointed ou already in this...

    As was already pointed ou already in this threadt, Linus has explicitly stated that he likes systemd, likes where it is headed, and likes what it is doing for Linux. He had problems with some of one...
  6. Yes, how strange that the people who have earned...

    Yes, how strange that the people who have earned positions of leadership and respect in the development of Linux software like systemd so much. It must be that they are idiots who know nothing about...
  7. Frameworks are all LGPL licensed, like Qt...

    Frameworks are all LGPL licensed, like Qt (althought Qt is also GPL, frameworks are all only LGPL). This is not a coincidence, it is a strict matter of policy, and it was recently decided that a...
  8. No, it is dual-licensed GPL and LGPL.

    No, it is dual-licensed GPL and LGPL.
  9. So, you see that systemd developers did...

    So, you see that systemd developers did something, and you not only automatically assume they did it hastily and without thinking it through, you also automatically assume they did it without...
  10. Such as? Lots of APIs use bytes where they make...

    Such as? Lots of APIs use bytes where they make sense, and there will always be disagreements about whether bytes are better for a particular API or unicode is better, so judgement calls have to be...
  11. The core language does, as a separate type. The...

    The core language does, as a separate type. The problem is that lots of modules, particularly third-party ones, explode when given unicode because python 2 can behave unpredictably or raise an...
  12. Or you could just use list comprehensions. ...

    Or you could just use list comprehensions.


    Just things I have encountered:

    Division is handled sanely without having to import from __future__
    No more long vs. int
    keyword-only arguments...
  13. Seems to work now. I still don't see how it has...

    Seems to work now. I still don't see how it has anything to do with what I was talking about. I can only assume you think, despite all evidence to the contrary, that it is systemd which is the dead...
  14. Selenium supports python3 just fine and has for...

    Selenium supports python3 just fine and has for some time. It is true there are a few high-profile projects, but even when looking at high-profile projects most have been ported, and pretty much all...
  15. So you post a link with absolutely no context and...

    So you post a link with absolutely no context and no indication why I should click on it, or even what portion of my post it was supposed to refer to.

    Stupidly, I did click on it. It doesn't...
  16. No, socket activation will be used in place of...

    No, socket activation will be used in place of KDE's existing home-made bash script for service management under wayland.
  17. About time.

    About time.
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    If they are people who are able to afford...

    If they are people who are able to afford increasing their ram that much, then they are probably people who are able to afford one of the low-end systems people have been recommending.
  19. Pypy runs on top of a restricted CPython...

    Pypy runs on top of a restricted CPython implementation. That means you now have three levels of language to worry about instead of just two.
  20. Which means they wouldn't have had to develop...

    Which means they wouldn't have had to develop their own protocol, their own library, their own X11 interface, their own driver support, their own toolkit support, their own security testing, etc. ...
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