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  1. Perhaps bringing back Kimp ;) I saw some shim...

    Perhaps bringing back Kimp ;)

    I saw some shim headers that enabled building basic GTK examples with Qt (gtk-made-qt or gqt or something like that). It would be extremely cool if that could be...
  2. for Arch users:...

    for Arch users:
    https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/lumina-desktop-git

    no idea how it compares to LXQt - seem rather similar at first sight
  3. Yes I know... Every Windows computer I support...

    Yes I know... Every Windows computer I support for family and friends now gets chocolatey, chocolatey explorer and the auto-updater daemon. Then I tell them to first search for programs there if they...
  4. OneGet

    One of the biggest improvements for me will be introduction of a package manager. Hopefully this will take hold among Windows users and we will see a lot less crap/mal-ware. Win 10 tech preview was...
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    Glendix tried to port the Plan9 /net to Linux....

    Glendix tried to port the Plan9 /net to Linux. Unfortunately the project stalled. It would be cool if in the future everything really became a file Plan9-style (including IPC, network, "sockets" ...)
  6. also porting SDDM to Wayland or at least that it...

    also porting SDDM to Wayland or at least that it can start wayland sessions would be nice.
  7. mptcp

    Any plans to support/enable mptcp connections within nm? For mobile it would make a lot of sense to seamlessly move from wifi to 3G/4G (or use in parallell), but also laptops have multiple...
  8. Delta?

    I am curious to know how big the remaining delta is between Android Linux and Linus' Linux after this merge. I look forward to the day when one simply can run the latest-and-greatest mainline kernel...
  9. The biggest issue I have with copyleft is that it...

    The biggest issue I have with copyleft is that it introduces "incopatibility bugs" between licenses that are similar in spirit. As a case in point: the super annoying license incompatibility between...
  10. Personally I find it awesome that these kind of...

    Personally I find it awesome that these kind of hobbyist OSes keeping legacy apps alive are there (Windows along with Atari os and beos are legacy ;) ). An extra advantage of reactos is the code...
  11. I have been running KF5 and plasma-desktop for a...

    I have been running KF5 and plasma-desktop for a couple of weeks/months now as a primary desktop (with fallback to lxqt or awesome) on my Arch system (first from AUR and now from the binary...
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    some temporary updates on the "hint" test with...

    some temporary updates on the "hint" test with -O3 optimization flag. My poor computer is however very slow in these tests

    FLOAT:
    owcc: 29431983.16
    gcc: 82335706.39

    so GCC some 3-4 X...
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    Testing OpenWatcom

    Hi all. I have been playing around with the OpenWatcom (V2-fork) compiler lately and it is pretty cool (especially as a multi-target cross compiler, see for example:...
  14. I have noticed a similar strange thing on my...

    I have noticed a similar strange thing on my android-based samsung smart TV that can take FAT formatted usb sticks but not ext4 ones.

    In fact, I was hoping that the industry would move in the...
  15. I am generally a bit suspicious about the whole...

    I am generally a bit suspicious about the whole "let's get as much of the OS as possible into systemd" which feels a bit anti-unix, but for this particular feature it does indeed make sense.
  16. As a logical extension of DDEKit, the GenodeOS...

    As a logical extension of DDEKit, the GenodeOS guys are thinking about microkernelization of Linux (arguably, something similar has already happened with NetBSD and Rump)
    ...
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    Personally I like the idea of a system with...

    Personally I like the idea of a system with interchangeable parts and where there are several independently developed variants of just about every component. This requires that communications between...
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    I have not noticed any issues and I believe that...

    I have not noticed any issues and I believe that is has been tested by far more Arch users than me since it is in the Arch wiki how to do it:

    https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Dash

    Looking...
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    I recently switched my /bin/sh to dash on Arch....

    I recently switched my /bin/sh to dash on Arch. As user shell I use zsh, but bash still needs to be installed because many packages need it. I was also considering mksh which is the most used linux...
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    it is starting to get really tempting... but still scary

    I read the "porting coreboot" on the laptop instructions on the coreboot page. Got an asus laptop with an AMD E450 APU. I am really tempted to go through if the various components on my motherboard...
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