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  1. Ditto. Michael, please mention at the beginning...

    Ditto. Michael, please mention at the beginning of articles whether projects are FOSS so people can tune out if they're not
  2. I'm still of the opinion that ISC license is the...

    I'm still of the opinion that ISC license is the most practical and readable of the permissive licenses
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    Additionally for significant amount of problems...

    Additionally for significant amount of problems parallelization isn't really that useful
  4. There is likely some physical limit imposed by...

    There is likely some physical limit imposed by human eyes. Though I expect that will eventually be overcome by bypassing eyes completely
  5. Retry with kernel bugzilla? Freenode/#Radeon also...

    Retry with kernel bugzilla? Freenode/#Radeon also makes more sense for this than Phoronix
  6. That sounds fine to me tbh. Everyone these days...

    That sounds fine to me tbh. Everyone these days seems to want to stack everything to top or bottom of screen now that I think of that.
  7. I thought fdisk didn't understand GPT at all and...

    I thought fdisk didn't understand GPT at all and just broke those. Need parted instead to edit GPT
  8. I've used it in both Outlook and Office for more...

    I've used it in both Outlook and Office for more than a year at this point on a work machine and I regard it a regression. All of my colleagues I've talked to about it agree. Guess this is observer...
  9. I agree, the ribbon is a significant regression...

    I agree, the ribbon is a significant regression in the usability of MS Office
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    Crypto programming is also notoriously...

    Crypto programming is also notoriously complicated do I wouldn't expect anything actually secure from the project in the first five years at least
  11. Chromium also has horrible enough build system at...

    Chromium also has horrible enough build system at least on Linux Fedora never accepted it to main repos even though it's opensource software
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    Why do you think LibreSSL would be any better?

    Why do you think LibreSSL would be any better?
  13. I wonder whether this wayland-scanner could...

    I wonder whether this wayland-scanner could reasonably be reproduced in other languages. The process sounds similarish to a parser generator and might be feasible you'd mandate only that XML must be...
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    Well, depends. I think PPC32 has three or four...

    Well, depends. I think PPC32 has three or four Fedora releases when they couldn't release anything sue to lack of manpower. Putting i386 at the hands of enthusiasts might well mean it sometimes skips...
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    Wonder whether it would be more feasible with...

    Wonder whether it would be more feasible with APU's and zero-copy memory
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    You mean the ABI-compatibility thing where they...

    You mean the ABI-compatibility thing where they don't want to put stuff in two unrelated places because there's no ABI checking anywhere so if they end up out of sync, things break in interesting...
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    Well, the dropping of 32bit ARM does sound odd....

    Well, the dropping of 32bit ARM does sound odd. There shouldn't be a reason to deal with all 32bit archs in one bunch. I understand the dropping of i386, that does make some sense as Fedora afaik...
  18. Then again, from a paranoid point of view it does...

    Then again, from a paranoid point of view it does not really matter. Executed code you can't audit is always suspicious no matter which processing unit it is run on. Granted, there could be hardware...
  19. Well, the big change between Python2 and Python3...

    Well, the big change between Python2 and Python3 is no more implicit encoding and decoding between unicode objects and bytestrings. Just that Python2 strings are bytestrings while Python3 strings are...
  20. No, the problem is that Windows and utf-8 don't...

    No, the problem is that Windows and utf-8 don't mix. The literally only options there are utf-16 (ish) and 8-bit locale-specific encodings. Python3 just tries to hide this reality from you slightly...
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