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  1. Man... you should really get out more! :) ...

    Man... you should really get out more! :)

    Besides, you should also take a look in the mirror and see if you can see why you are part of the problem you claim is not existing.
  2. It is stupid not to make distinction between male...

    It is stupid not to make distinction between male or female software developers based on the wishful thinking that the only relevant factor at play would be their skills. Those are only a fraction...
  3. Lol... I was wondering if I was the only Gnome 3...

    Lol... I was wondering if I was the only Gnome 3 users on Phoronix (which may well be, given the bias of this site) apparently we are at least two! Long live Gnome, despite its dev community having...
  4. That's pretty much the same as the Linux...

    That's pretty much the same as the Linux Foundation (see member list here), yet I have an hard time to call that "a sockpuppet installed by corporations to undermine the will of the community"... or...
  5. Black Cat, Alejandro, I admire your perseverance!...

    Black Cat, Alejandro, I admire your perseverance! Not that I believe for a second your interlocutors are permeable to an alternative point of view, but your articulation surely may provide insight...
  6. A sexist comment. Why am I not surprised?

    A sexist comment. Why am I not surprised?
  7. Doh?! Here's the most recent (march) story...

    Doh?! Here's the most recent (march) story that has gone mainstream. Just to give a sense of the scale: it's about one of the most visible devs over at one of the most visible startups, and the...
  8. Is that the best nonsense you can come up with? ...

    Is that the best nonsense you can come up with?

    *Yawn* :)
  9. Trolling? Misinformed? Either way... check...

    Trolling? Misinformed?

    Either way... check your facts before making a fool of yourself!
  10. I think you are confused. What you want is...

    I think you are confused. What you want is probably to support "open source", not "free software". It is a known fact that free software activists (first among them RMS) consider free software a...
  11. Yes and no. Yes from a literal point of view...

    Yes and no. Yes from a literal point of view (the glue code written by Dropbox programmers that puts together the widget toolkit and the syncronisation is indeed in python), no from a substantial...
  12. Which is not the case of Dropbox, that is using...

    Which is not the case of Dropbox, that is using python on their servers. Anything else? ;)
  13. First, machine cost = low. Human cost = high. If...

    First, machine cost = low. Human cost = high. If a company did not achieve financial success through a language that shifted costs towards the machine end of the spectrum, they would only have...
  14. Once again, a team picks up a language that...

    Once again, a team picks up a language that allows them to deliver quickly and well, and being able to do so they outperform their competition and establish them as the market leader, to the point...
  15. To be honest, the OP to me seemed more genuinely...

    To be honest, the OP to me seemed more genuinely clueless about what he was talking about, than trolling. But yeah... I was surprised too by the amount of replies he got!

    Let me try too: C is...
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    Read your blog post: spot on mate! :)

    Read your blog post: spot on mate! :)
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    Who needs facts...

    Who needs facts when you can just trust some random opinions?
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    I am a better programmer than anybody else, and I am right!

    ...or: even a large amount of anecdotal evidence does not add up to data. Even if you are a programmer, your opinion does not amount to truth, nor can be inherently considered better than that of a...
  19. Hej, thanks, this answers the second question....

    Hej, thanks, this answers the second question. Any idea why allocating by server (on the chips) is more energy efficient than allocating by clients? And also (new question!) why on x86 client side is...
  20. Clarification on server-side vs. client-side allocation?

    I found here a comment by daniels mentioning the server-side vs. client-side querelle between wayland and mir. Later in the thread it is said that the difference between the two has considerable...
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