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    When I tried Ubuntu Touch after using Android for...

    When I tried Ubuntu Touch after using Android for 4 years I expected to miss
    the physical button as I'm so used to them. However after a minute, I didn't
    it just felt so intuitive and everything...
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    Have you ever used Python/Django and Node.JS? I...

    Have you ever used Python/Django and Node.JS?
    I have. What I chooses Django for I would never ever even think about Node for
    and the same is true in reverse.
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    No, they target completely different stuff.

    No, they target completely different stuff.
  4. And tailoring for different input types is easy...

    And tailoring for different input types is easy as well. Right now there isn't a ready
    API for asking for touch support but I can check for a platform that will probably
    support touch (includes...
  5. That is why Google have developed Dart. Whatever...

    That is why Google have developed Dart.
    Whatever you think of Javascript (I don't like it) the web is the only truly portable
    platform and developing for it in sane languages (Dart) is a real...
  6. No Android doesn't have it, nor does iOS, Ubuntu...

    No Android doesn't have it, nor does iOS, Ubuntu Touch, jolla or anyone else.
    However everyone got a browser.
    No I don't want completely different UIs, I want one UI that scales to whatever...
  7. Then why do you talk as you obviously have no...

    Then why do you talk as you obviously have no data to back your statements?
    I however, do.
    http://www.w3resource.com/browsers/java-support.php
    The numbers of computers that have Java installed is...
  8. Stop guessing when you have no idea what you are...

    Stop guessing when you have no idea what you are talking about.
    Most people have Java installed.
    Depending on Java in Linux isn't hard.
    Depending on Java in Windows is a bit harder but not hard.
    ...
  9. So I can just take that and tun it on my phone,...

    So I can just take that and tun it on my phone, and my TV, and my PS4?
    I mean as you have said it so many times now it must be true sooner or later, right?
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    Can't you use a single Steam game library that...

    Can't you use a single Steam game library that you keep on a harddrive or similar.
    Then you just can tell Steam to not update those games.
  11. I have 310 tabs open and 2,6 GiB memory usage, I...

    I have 310 tabs open and 2,6 GiB memory usage, I find that pretty good.
  12. First ARM as an architecture is hugely fragmented...

    First ARM as an architecture is hugely fragmented and is just now starting to get better.
    Second ARM boards have no standard in how stuff works and communicates which PC does.
    Third nearly all...
  13. I can't see any reason for this over LUKS. For...

    I can't see any reason for this over LUKS.
    For file-systems like ZFS and Btrfs yes, but EXT no.
  14. I don't know what's a goal and what's a...

    I don't know what's a goal and what's a commitment but having a stable API is something they want
    when things starts to cool down a bit....
  15. Yes they want to keep the API stable (even for...

    Yes they want to keep the API stable (even for there own usage). This has been brought up multiple times on the mailing list.
    However they wont be adding features that other compositors may like as...
  16. Well, Mir does have a protocol but you shouldn't...

    Well, Mir does have a protocol but you shouldn't use it as it isn't stable and may get replaced over night.
    You shall use the API where they guarantee stability. By doing that you don't have to know...
  17. As it says on the article you are linking to. An...

    As it says on the article you are linking to. An API is an implementation of a protocol.
    If you are using an API the underlying protocol doesn't matter, even if it's barrier
    gets changed from...
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    Tom's hardware do gaming related test and in...

    Tom's hardware do gaming related test and in gaming it's true that the difference is small.
    However NVLink isn't for gaming but for Nvidias Tesla series and for certain computations
    it will...
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    Oh, bloody hell. For a second there I thought...

    Oh, bloody hell.
    For a second there I thought Nvidia were creating a new shading language
    based on Pascal.
  20. Learn the difference between protocol and API and...

    Learn the difference between protocol and API and stop embarrassing yourself.
    The Mir protocol isn't stable and isn't suppoes to be used by end users. The libmir API is.


    Valve recommends using...
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