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    Some pages uses only js for rendering pages -...

    Some pages uses only js for rendering pages - fancy client side framework fetches data from site api.
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    "conservative defaults mean no cookies,...

    "conservative defaults mean no cookies, JavaScript"

    So basically - no features.

    Most web sites uses cookies in session authentication proccess? Am I right?
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    IIRC he said that he doesn't like high numbers...

    IIRC he said that he doesn't like high numbers like 40, so 4.0 can be released instead 3.20. Unfortunatelly I can not find an email with this information on lkml.org
  4. I'm surprised with this project. Probably it will...

    I'm surprised with this project. Probably it will end up as systemd rewritten in a shell script, but it's author works on it on almost every day basis.

    There are also branches with changes for bsd...
  5. "systemd is for desktops, sysvinit is for...

    "systemd is for desktops, sysvinit is for servers" - who invented this myth?
  6. That's true for people that don't know how to...

    That's true for people that don't know how to code. If that was generally true, kernel code would be written in shell script.



    You can write your init scripts in visual basic if you want :D...
  7. I follow uselessd development for some time and I...

    I follow uselessd development for some time and I noticed a lot of tasks "rewrite * as a shell script" in TODO. I started to wonder why? Doesn't this code work? No, it works fine. Maybe system admins...
  8. Sorry, I forgot to add "irony" tag to first part...

    Sorry, I forgot to add "irony" tag to first part of my comment.
  9. Of course he is attacked by Lennart and other...

    Of course he is attacked by Lennart and other systemd zealots ;)

    Sorry, but for me debian community is just a bunch of 30+ old kids. I used debian 3.0 back in 2005 for some time, but fortunately I...
  10. I think it's just because if you spend so much...

    I think it's just because if you spend so much time on your distro installer, you don't give a flying ship about other distros. Anaconda is used by remixes and some distros IIRC. DI is also used...
  11. Just read the fucking code. Grep the repo. UI...

    Just read the fucking code. Grep the repo.

    UI look it's one thing. Libraries is another. You can redesign your application UI and it still uses 99% of an old code.
  12. They didn't replaced anything. It's still...

    They didn't replaced anything. It's still anaconda - just a new version.

    Anaconda has a long development history
    https://git.fedorahosted.org/git/anaconda.git

    I'm not sure how much it's based...
  13. It might be a good thing for small distributions,...

    It might be a good thing for small distributions, but I doubt if Fedora/RedHat will drop their 15 year old graphics installer for calamares.
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    I played in Morrowind on Win7 with GF550. Are...

    I played in Morrowind on Win7 with GF550. Are there any problems with it on recent Windows versions or better GPU's?
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    2 more slips and 2014 could be a year without...

    2 more slips and 2014 could be a year without Fedora release :)
  16. plugins perform better than php, but even...

    plugins perform better than php, but even cphalcon performance is not great if you compare it to c++.

    php sucks in speed - that's all.
  17. Cache is not the answer in many cases. ...

    Cache is not the answer in many cases.



    That's because php sucks in speed.
  18. Not really. There are many cross language...

    Not really. There are many cross language benchmarks - here is a first result from google search
    http://blog.famzah.net/2010/07/01/cpp-vs-python-vs-perl-vs-php-performance-benchmark/

    php 5.3 is...
  19. php already can implement more than one interface...

    php already can implement more than one interface i.e.
    class LoadUserData implements FixtureInterface, ContainerAwareInterface...
  20. Sometimes I wonder how they managed to create 12...

    Sometimes I wonder how they managed to create 12 releases over 18 years.
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