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  1. lets see... yahoo groups suck yahoo took...

    lets see...

    yahoo groups suck

    yahoo took over eurosport's webpage. Which is a complete suckfest since then. Including videos where the advertisement loads, the video doesn't.

    yahoo uses bing...
  2. reminds me of the bad old days in gentoo land,...

    reminds me of the bad old days in gentoo land, when Ciaranm and his posse found some loop hole, exploited it than, if somebody else used it to or asked if that was the right thing to do made a fuss...
  3. true, companies have not put FreeBSD out of...

    true, companies have not put FreeBSD out of business. They just haven't contributed back anything of worth.

    That is why as a company I would never allow my employees to work on BSD licenced...
  4. the GPL is not communist. That still is burped...

    the GPL is not communist.

    That still is burped out by people who do not understand that the BSD licence is THE reason why BSD failed against linux. BSD style licences promote and reward...
  5. so you are nothing but a cost creating parasite....

    so you are nothing but a cost creating parasite.

    The earlier you get lost, the better.
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    unlike systemd, German cars aren't forced upon...

    unlike systemd, German cars aren't forced upon you.

    How would you feel, if you HAD to drive a German car and every other car would be banned and/or blocked from using roads and parking spaces? Hm?
  7. really? * sys-apps/systemd Available...

    really?

    * sys-apps/systemd
    Available versions: 212-r5(0/2) 215-r3(0/2) **9999(0/2) {acl audit cryptsetup curl doc elfutils +filecaps +firmware-loader gcrypt gudev http idn introspection...
  8. nope. Gnustep does not depend on systemd KDE...

    nope.

    Gnustep does not depend on systemd
    KDE does not depend on systemd
    enlightenment does not depend on systemd
    xfce does not depend on systemd
    lxqt does not depend on systemd

    The only...
  9. just like hal was simplifying hardware managment...

    just like hal was simplifying hardware managment - and as soon as it worked it was dumped?
    just like all those *kits that, as soon as everybody moved to them, were dumped?

    As soon as systemd is...
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    If I ask my mom about whatsapp, she knows and...

    If I ask my mom about whatsapp, she knows and uses it. My sisters? Sure. Their friends? Without exception. Coworkers? The female ones all use it.

    But never did anyone mention 'viber' ...
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    essential information that is missing from the...

    essential information that is missing from the article:

    what the fuck IS viber?

    what does viber do?

    what makes it different/better than its competition?

    and
  12. no, that is not development, that is stupidity....

    no, that is not development, that is stupidity. Yes. you are expected to look at the mature code all day. Fix the bugs that are there, carefully ad features.

    What you must NOT do is abandon it as...
  13. hm, so the IDEs out there are almost complete and...

    hm, so the IDEs out there are almost complete and well working?

    Because that would be typical for gnome (and redhat/fedora). As soon as everything seems to work, abandon it for something new,...
  14. with DMCA you have to take down and fight back...

    with DMCA you have to take down and fight back later.

    BUT:

    if somebody sends a bogus DMCA take down message THAT is a criminal act.

    Looks like a lot of people could sue qualcomm if they want.
  15. stable releases go on for years - and who is...

    stable releases go on for years - and who is forcing you to use the latest systemd?

    just pic some long term supported distro and you'll be fine for years.
  16. systemd works with stable releases. security...

    systemd works with stable releases.

    security fixes are in the stable releases.

    and

    are you really thinking that you can/should use a usb wireless device on a Sequent NumaQ system from 1996?...
  17. btw torsionbar28, xeons are not 486 architecture....

    btw torsionbar28, xeons are not 486 architecture. So your point is pretty much based on nothing.

    for the rest of you whiners, 486 is not even talked about but some old, very obsolete PLATFORMS.
    ...
  18. yes. Name a reason why it is mandatory for you...

    yes.

    Name a reason why it is mandatory for you to use the latest kernel instead the latest stable series like 3.12, 3.10 or 3.4. if your hardware is supported anyway.
  19. please read what I wrote. All of it, ok? Since...

    please read what I wrote. All of it, ok?

    Since old kernels work for you, it does not matter that new kernels do not work anymore. Pick any one lts kernel series and be happy. Nobody is forcing...
  20. because someone has to maintain the crap - and...

    because someone has to maintain the crap - and more often than not these old semi-broken archs get into the way of new features or bug fixes.

    Nobody prevents you from running an old kernel.

    And...
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