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    I'm not sure if this is what you mean but there...

    I'm not sure if this is what you mean but there is a KCM to integrate systemd configuration in KDE System Settings : http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/Kcmsystemd?content=161871
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    But if a GTK application uses Ubuntu's indicatior...

    But if a GTK application uses Ubuntu's indicatior library, the application works perfectly in Plasma. So, how can Statusnotifiers and indicators not be the same?

    Here is an article by Marco Martin...
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    In that case, will the default task bar in Plasma...

    In that case, will the default task bar in Plasma ever get quicklists support? It makes applications need the system tray less (since the same actions can be applied to the right click menu of each...
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    That's pretty cool, as it seems that libburnia...

    That's pretty cool, as it seems that libburnia offers a drop in replacement to crdrtools/cdrecord called cdrskin (learned that off Wikipedia. Also, since dungeon claims (the world's most conservative...
  5. I'm sorry, I will stop quoting posts that seem a...

    I'm sorry, I will stop quoting posts that seem a little out there ex. a person who quotes a tiny piece of my long post just to say that he will never run an Android-like OS on a server. Of course...
  6. If we are to be pals, you should know that I'm...

    If we are to be pals, you should know that I'm the last person to be on drugs.

    Not everything of course. Mainly, seperating the system and user data and more efficient and powerful interprocess...
  7. "Working" is not enough. You still have to factor...

    "Working" is not enough. You still have to factor in the efficiency of each system, maintenance, and whether or not keeping the service running in the first place is worth it. Companies like Red Hat...
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    Thanks GreatEmerald and Delgarde for the...

    Thanks GreatEmerald and Delgarde for the explanation.



    Whose wife, Micheal's? Jokes aside that is an awesome user name!

    Also, it seems if a software project is forked, Debian will use that...
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    I have never heard of procd, so I went to its...

    I have never heard of procd, so I went to its website to see what benefits it has over other init systems. I have got to say, these people can make a very persuasive argument:



    (Not a troll...
  10. Wow, it's sort of surprising to hear how humble...

    Wow, it's sort of surprising to hear how humble Lennart sounds. Especially considering how successful his projects have been and all of the negative things people say about him (I need to remember to...
  11. That makes a lot of sense. So, system wide apps...

    That makes a lot of sense. So, system wide apps get installed through the package manager to somewhere on / and sandboxed apps go to /home. However, will these sandboxed apps get to make any use of...
  12. This sounds amazing! Still, where do systemd guys...

    This sounds amazing! Still, where do systemd guys expect applications to be installed (like in years from now if their ideas catch on). Still in /usr? It would be cool to reinstall the OS without...
  13. That's a good point. Thanks.

    That's a good point. Thanks.
  14. Will this sandboxing be cross-desktop or is it a...

    Will this sandboxing be cross-desktop or is it a Gnome only thing? Would be cool to have standalone images like programs on Mac or just a simple zip file like for Android or Java. It's not like every...
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    You can use Kubuntu Neon 5 to try Plasma Next....

    You can use Kubuntu Neon 5 to try Plasma Next. It includes git versions of Plasma (the desktop), all of the Frameworks (libraries), and Apps (where only System Settings, Kate, and Konsole have Qt 5...
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    Really, I did not know that the QML version works...

    Really, I did not know that the QML version works for the old-school type of widgets. Thanks.
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    Since those in KDE like visual consistency, I bet...

    Since those in KDE like visual consistency, I bet Breeze will get a GTK 2 and 3 port. Though, I believe Breeze even lacks a native Qt5 widget theme at this time let alone a native Qt4 version....
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    Yeah but how many themes have native versions for...

    Yeah but how many themes have native versions for Qt4, GTK2, Qt5, and GTK3. Just Oxygen (as far as I know). Though some themes get native GTK versions and a QtCurve theme such as FullFlat2. Though...
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    What you see Oxygen being used as the Widget...

    What you see Oxygen being used as the Widget Theme. The new style is called Breeze. Breeze will ship piece by piece until all of it is already. There will be no big unveiling for the Breeze theme....
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    It's a pretty nice office suite, with a easy to...

    It's a pretty nice office suite, with a easy to use UI. Only downsides are the closed source license, 32-bit for now, and the fact that I cannot figure out how to use equations with it.
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