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  1. let them try!

    Speaking as someone who is working C++, with linux drivers...

    First, Linus is right.
    See: Why should I have written ZeroMQ in C, not C++ (part I)
    Second: let them try! Maybe some good will...
  2. wonder if its good for flash blocks

    Cool! A new toy.
    I remember thinking when I last read about it that Tux3 might make a good file system for raw flash.
    I don't know if that is accurate, but now that I work with embedded Linux, so...
  3. Very excited about Yocto

    Yocto is sort of a platform to build your own distribution.
    The target market is primarily the embedded market, which because of the combination of hardware uniqueness, specialized purpose and...
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    ReactOS will be like DOSbox

    russofris, I think you are the only voice making any sense in this conversation. Thanks for commenting.
    I don't ever expect ReactOS to become viable as a competitor to modern OS's, but I think it...
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    Wha?

    OK, raise your hand if you have even heard of GNUnet.

    ...
  6. Could work

    If decent, it will end up in SoC designs to avoid paying per unit licensing fees to the likes of vivante or imgtec.
    If the company builds its business on selling engineering consultation, it could...
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    rMORE CONCURRENCY

    The thread safe deque would have my vote.
    I've also recently been bitten by the fact that (in g++) the default hashing template used by map and unordered_map will bomb with mutiple threads... Come...
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    No free coreboot support

    What I think most people don't get (I didn't until I followed the corboot mailing list for a few months) is that there are two levels of "support" in coreboot. Support for particular generic pieces...
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    erm,

    Thats a "yes", not a "no".


    :)
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    more free-libre compilers == good

    As a developer I am happy to see clang becoming robust enough to be considered a replacement for gcc.

    Competition is good, folks.
    gcc's only competetion (on *nix) for a long time has been...
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    I'm sorry

    I'm SORRY about my comment attributing network-manager to Lennart...

    I'm not sure where I got the idea. It may be that the hatred I recently felt for systemd (before removing fedora from the...
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    Interesting, but no thanks

    No on-disk text files == FAIL

    Sorry, no matter how cool the indexing and integration pieces are, if admins need a windows event-manager style tool to access it, no one is going to use it.

    I...
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    Leave britney alone

    I'm another gentoo user. I'll be emerging when I get home from work (so I don't possibly leave my poor wife with an broken system).
    Hopefully I can contribute meaningfully to the discussion.

    But...
  14. Not long ago there was no power management at all

    :)
    It is easy to see these specs and look at it as a dig against the work tht has been done.
    I tend to see it the opposite way. With power benchmarking we can see, well, where are we now, where...
  15. Curse you bad BIOSEN!!!

    Thanks, Michael!

    Oh, and let me take this opportunity to reiterate how much I pine for coreboot support...
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    What would convince mfrs to switch?

    I wonder what the per-unit savings (if any) would be for a motherboard manufacturer to switch from Phoenix or ... whoever else is left in the bios business.
    I'm wondering whether the decision to...
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    This is as it should be

    There is a saying in the programming world:

    First make it work.
    Then make it work right.
    Then make it fast or pretty. (I've heard it both ways)

    I think it is awesome that intel devs are...
  18. ;) try cygwin. But enough bickering...

    ;)

    try cygwin.

    But enough bickering brethren! (and sistren, I suppose. and robots or uncertainly gendered folk. lets not leave anyone out :D). This is a happy time!
    I'm still kicking myself...
  19. 2 thoughts... First, I'll bet this will make a...

    2 thoughts...

    First, I'll bet this will make a more stable system on supported hardware. I can't imagine running straight debian on anything that isn't a server, so I imagine the negative impact...
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    If this project proceeds reasonably well, it...

    If this project proceeds reasonably well, it could easily become the defacto standard on Linux, as well as opening the door for platforms that don't get a snort from adobe, such as Haiku.
    The legacy...
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