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    :D , don't worry about it, Michael just loves to...

    :D , don't worry about it, Michael just loves to post "news" like this time-to-time, just to stir up the forums. VirtualBox is still a great product. Sure, some other virtualization solutions work...
  2. I am an average user, and I do not claim to hold...

    I am an average user, and I do not claim to hold any power or to be anyone significant in the development of systemd. So does that mean I shouldn't even bother to say my oppinion? Then you please...
  3. Two things: First, I've been using systemd...

    Two things:

    First, I've been using systemd (part of multiple archlinux setups) myself, and it's been working fine for me. That doesn't mean though I agree with its design principles, since as a...
  4. I, for one, and others before me also posted...

    I, for one, and others before me also posted earlier that they did/do. After already supporting for Mac, Linux development is not *that* greatly different, though sure there are differences. A game...
  5. I can remember, many months ago somebody...

    I can remember, many months ago somebody mentioned systemd will at one point implement firewall control. Except, at that time it was meant as a joke.
  6. I was talking about XLennart being unethical, not...

    I was talking about XLennart being unethical, not systemd or the other things you mentioned, obviously. Before you answer next time please read back a little to understand the context first.
  7. Actually, I do, because I am not complaining...

    Actually, I do, because I am not complaining about the ads on the site. I am not a subscriber, which makes it OK to show me ads and stuff. But spreading word about this unethical software is just...
  8. I am also not a fan of systemd, but everything...

    I am also not a fan of systemd, but everything has limits. This game is pathetic and so low. And yes I am also a bit disappointed in Michael for writing about it, even if I understand it means more...
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    Amen.

    Amen.
  10. My "argument"? Please, feel free to point out the...

    My "argument"? Please, feel free to point out the part of my earlier post where I argued in any way. To the best of my knowledge, I didn't. The situation reminded me of that comic, so I linked it, no...
  11. http://xkcd.com/927/ Replace "standard" with...

    http://xkcd.com/927/

    Replace "standard" with "installer".
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    Come on people, all software have bugs, doesn't...

    Come on people, all software have bugs, doesn't matter if it is GCC, CLang, Linux or MacOS kernels, open-source or closed commercial software, and the truth is, most of those bugs manifest themself...
  13. Actually, this post from Michael only supports my...

    Actually, this post from Michael only supports my very favorable experiences with TP-LINK. They are frowned upon by many just because they are Chinese and cheap, but I find again and again that they...
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    I will add: Whether a project uses C or C++ has...

    I will add: Whether a project uses C or C++ has nothing to do with being modern. Commercial embedded solutions are driven by completely different factors than being object-oriented. They are driven...
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    Working in that field, I can tell you it is still...

    Working in that field, I can tell you it is still very much true. Note I am not saying embedded projects cannot use C++ in general. What I am saying is that there are a lot that cannot, probably even...
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    Beside phone and tablets, there are a lot more...

    Beside phone and tablets, there are a lot more commercial embedded projects that need a GUI, and on many of these, using C++ is a serious no-go. GTK has a pure C interface and is thus not just the...
  17. IDG TechNetwork Prize Sweepstakes Official Rules...

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    2. Who Can Enter: The sweepstakes is open to any adult 18 years old or older at the time of the entry and a legal resident of the 50...
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    I have 8gigs and that's more than enough for...

    I have 8gigs and that's more than enough for complicated 1080p video processing, and if I am only working with 720p material then I can start up a virtual machine to that in parallel. Or up to 2...
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    Good to see that someone's not only copying work...

    Good to see that someone's not only copying work and adding miniscule enhancements to existing video compression methods, but is experimenting with new fundamentals. Daala has the potential to become...
  20. Agreed. +1

    Agreed. +1
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