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Nothing. They are the best cars in the world, unlike US cars which nobody likes (US motor industry is dead for a reason).
And soon non-systemd distros become Detroit.
Nobody likes QuickTime.
Have you seen the Tizen SDK? It's Eclipse and Qemu.
No, Samsung is a multi OS company. Tizen is just their plan B.
Blog of one libhybris developer. I've read it a year or two ago. I'm not motivated in digging through the web again to find it.
No, launchd won.
You're missing the point that Samsung does not want to rely on 3rd parties.
Arch forced nothing down anyone's throat.
Anybody's free to package his own alternative in AUR.
Applications written in Qt just work everywhere. Qt takes care about which back-end to use.
Switching the whole office suite, just because Canonical is too stupid to backport fixes, makes no sense. CentOS is here and has such a process in place.
Yes, Canonical uses libhybris and at some time even claimed to have invented it…
You are right in so far that a protocol is just a set of descriptions/definitions but you deny the fact that there is also software named Wayland that implements that protocol. The second sentence on...
Wayland is a display server with a defined protocol.
I find the LibreSSL aspect way more interesting.
AFAIK Plasma for X11 will not require logind but Plasma for Wayland will.
Luckily Fedora 20 is properly maintained unlike some other “supported” distros out there: F20 gets new kernels, new Mesa,…
I seldom felt so up-to-date with a distro from one year ago. :cool:
Both are display servers…
Sorry for the companies doing these ports but wake me up when Steam itself gets a native 64bit version.
32bit Steam pulls practically the whole OS in 32 bit as dependency. I don't want that.