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    No, it doesn't "always" mean that. That is but...

    No, it doesn't "always" mean that. That is but one of probably dozens of conventions used by different software projects. As others have pointed out, the Linux kernel does not follow that...
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    Pinning windows is way out of the way where most...

    Pinning windows is way out of the way where most people won't even notice it. The meaning of a "?" symbol is pretty well-understood, and is only visible when it is important. Otherwise the default...
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    I am not sure how this is complicated. On the...

    I am not sure how this is complicated. On the right, there are just three buttons. On the left, there is only a "pin" button and another button that doesn't even like like an icon. I am not sure...
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    There is a replacement for krunner called...

    There is a replacement for krunner called sprinter that will be in an upcoming release. The default interface will probably be fairly similar, but it will be much faster under the hood and will make...
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    No, "official release" means "API stable", not...

    No, "official release" means "API stable", not "feature complete". You must be new to the open-source world. Tons of open-source x.0.0 releases are chosen done when the API is stable but the...
  6. If that was the case then every security bug...

    If that was the case then every security bug would have zero-day exploits. The very fact that we have a term for zero-day exploits shows that this isn't the case.
  7. You obviously had enough time to comment...

    You obviously had enough time to comment extensively on every systemd thread that came around for an extended period. If you had not spent so much time complaining and instead used that time to...
  8. Lots of companies explicitly list Linux as a...

    Lots of companies explicitly list Linux as a supported platform.
  9. kwin, and thus plasma, will almost certainly...

    kwin, and thus plasma, will almost certainly never run on windows. This is about installing applications on windows, which worked pretty well for most of KDE SC 4.x but hasn't been updated in a...
  10. He complains about it on pretty much every...

    He complains about it on pretty much every systemd thread.
  11. I haven't heard that. It would surprise me. ...

    I haven't heard that. It would surprise me. Last I heard there were still people maintaining khtml. I think as long as that is the case konqueror will stay around. Besides, with konqueror gone...
  12. KDE has no control whatsoever over the...

    KDE has no control whatsoever over the NetworkManager stack.


    Name any instance where this has happened. And considering you don't know what projects are actually part of KDE and which are...
  13. One of the big parts of frameworks 5 was a huge...

    One of the big parts of frameworks 5 was a huge increase in unit tests, a policy of adding unit tests when bugs are found, a continuous integration system that builds and tests every commit, and an...
  14. And there is precisely the problem. Before the...

    And there is precisely the problem. Before the visual group was announced, people were complaining about how KDE was wasting too much time fixing bugs rather than on polishing the UI. Now that they...
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    The major DEs were waiting for Wayland to have a...

    The major DEs were waiting for Wayland to have a stable API. Once the API was stable, Wayland porting sped up immediately. Again, this had absolutely nothing to do with Mir, and everything to do...
  16. You made these exact same false claims in the...

    You made these exact same false claims in the thread about audacious, then immediately ducked out of the thread when people corrected you. I, for one, responded in detail here, which you completely...
  17. You made these exact same false claims in the...

    You made these exact same false claims in the thread about audacious, then immediately ducked out of the thread when people corrected you. I, for one, responded in detail, which you completely...
  18. No, people were caught out by changes to Gtk...

    No, people were caught out by changes to Gtk breaking things because things broke repeatedly. Knowing that they were going to break didn't help that. In fact, it was knowing that the breakage would...
  19. Read the bug report starting here:...

    Read the bug report starting here:
    https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=687752#c9

    Basically, they only bothered to talk to the theme developers that have close connections with the gnome...
  20. This is not a problem with communication. gtk+...

    This is not a problem with communication. gtk+ devs have communicated their goals and approach quite effectively. The problem is that many people do not agree with those goals or approach.


    No,...
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