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  1. Hold off buying that new monitor until the dust...

    Hold off buying that new monitor until the dust settles!
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    How about NinaFS? I'll get my coat.

    How about NinaFS?

    I'll get my coat.
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    Debian Stable? Really? Let them use an old...

    Debian Stable? Really? Let them use an old version.
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    Why would anyone buy this junk? Crap performance...

    Why would anyone buy this junk? Crap performance and it needs a big heatsink and fan.
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    The Dropbox desktop client is also written in...

    The Dropbox desktop client is also written in Python.
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    Indeed... at my day job we developed a...

    Indeed... at my day job we developed a cross-platform native GUI for our main product in Python (which was originally written in C++/MFC for Windows only). We also use Python for lots of other things...
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    The great thing about Mantle is that it created...

    The great thing about Mantle is that it created some competition and got people to seriously look at reducing the overhead of OpenGL and DirectX.

    It's like when Mir was announced the development...
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    Ulrich Drepper, eat you heart out!

    Ulrich Drepper, eat you heart out!
  9. I guess it's probably easier than rewriting all...

    I guess it's probably easier than rewriting all of Facebook in a better language.
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    For once I agree 100% with Shuttleworth. The...

    For once I agree 100% with Shuttleworth. The Operating System should be Sovereign - no firmware should ever run on the main CPU after the kernel has booted! NONE!
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    Yes I guess for new projects it's probably a...

    Yes I guess for new projects it's probably a better option. Qt is probably better then wx in hindsight but at the time there were licensing issues (this was before PySide existed).
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    If only it was that easy! I'm not going to...

    If only it was that easy! I'm not going to re-write large projects in Qt. And I use it in my day job too on a product with 375,000 lines of Python and 4+ years of investment in the codebase.
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    I use 3.x whenever I can, but inevitably it only...

    I use 3.x whenever I can, but inevitably it only gets used for small scripts. Bigger projects that use wxWidgets for example are still stuck at 2.7.
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    Ahh right. After my troubles with btrfs I will...

    Ahh right. After my troubles with btrfs I will err on the side of caution.
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    Is F2FS generally regarded as stable? I'm...

    Is F2FS generally regarded as stable? I'm building a new SSD based system soon and I might consider it, with that write performance.
  16. I visit the site when I'm at work, on a Windows...

    I visit the site when I'm at work, on a Windows machine.
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    Even as a fan of systemd I think this is the...

    Even as a fan of systemd I think this is the wrong approach. It should just be another service you can enable if you want it. Most people will probably be using NetworkManager anyway.
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    Ahh Nepomik, that thing which nobody asked for...

    Ahh Nepomik, that thing which nobody asked for that slowed KDE down for no visible benefit. Maybe it did something useful in theory but who knows? The fact it was a government project now makes...
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    It appears to use Scheme syntax for packages. Not...

    It appears to use Scheme syntax for packages. Not ideal in my opinion but I guess it beats shell scripts (since you have full access to a real programming language).

    This example was in the...
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    So it's based on nix? At least it has...

    So it's based on nix? At least it has atomic/transactional updates, a MUST for any new package manager.
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