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    Say that to my Monte Carlo simulation. I never...

    Say that to my Monte Carlo simulation. I never even saw it ending with Python, and took just one minute to run with Julia.
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    Just use Julia already

    Just use Julia already
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    For me, GNOME is not yet perfect and maybe it...

    For me, GNOME is not yet perfect and maybe it will never be (by design). But, for me, it is what fits best in my workflow, and make things easier to me in many ways. The only real competitor...
  4. Meaning...?

    Meaning...?
  5. Again, the use of C/Fortran at the same time with...

    Again, the use of C/Fortran at the same time with other languages is not small. Everyone in thecnical computing is aware of this problem. My point was, when you have a language prepared to accomplish...
  6. Well, maybe it's just me, but the many languages...

    Well, maybe it's just me, but the many languages thing is common around here. R is used in the same lab as Python, doing somewhat related tasks. The same goes with MATLAB. But the true problem is the...
  7. The problem Julia solves is not "fast programs...

    The problem Julia solves is not "fast programs for every task". It aims on one of the biggest problems of techinical computing today: the "many languages" problem. When doing numerical calculations...
  8. Hope that boh Rust and Julia suceed. We need such...

    Hope that boh Rust and Julia suceed. We need such very well-designed programming languages, dealing with huge problems in software development.
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    Take a look at https://github.com/JuliaGPU

    Take a look at https://github.com/JuliaGPU
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    It's very hard to believe that someone comes here...

    It's very hard to believe that someone comes here and says that linux problem is the different look and feel of the apps. Has this user EVER used windows? Let's take a moment to think about themost...
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    Take a look at MIT's Julia Language. I know...

    Take a look at MIT's Julia Language. I know Python and Matlab are the current kings on this land, but Julia is very promissing and VERY fast.

    http://julialang.org/
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    That's the point. Even if we had such a "true"...

    That's the point. Even if we had such a "true" capitalism, we would end up right here. When capital accumulation means power, our system becomes inherently corrupted as powerful people interfere with...
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    And Activities view: showing no icons with the...

    And Activities view: showing no icons with the spread windows and not allowing users to group apps...
    Other than that...some speed and it's done.
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    If you use the same interface since 2003 (or even...

    If you use the same interface since 2003 (or even before it) it doesn't make this interface intuitive per-se. You are only used to it. And I don't know about the Office you said. But where I worked,...
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    As taking this kind of revolutionary step is the...

    As taking this kind of revolutionary step is the job of Calligra, being conservative is also job of OpenOffice. The problem is: Calligra is a KDE application, and have only a beta Windows/OSX...
  16. Are there any reason to use these spins (besides...

    Are there any reason to use these spins (besides when using different DEs)? I would drop everything and focus on making Fedora better for end-user.
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    Agreed. Office Suites should be reliable,...

    Agreed. Office Suites should be reliable, powerful, fast and easy. LOffice, today, is not the best choice in none of these aspects. Other programs used in office works are far better, let's just look...
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    LibreOffice needs more than tablets. It should...

    LibreOffice needs more than tablets. It should make using Linux on regular workstations easier and cheaper.

    Nowadays, LibreOffice is hard to use and has a confusing interface. It also has a bad...
  19. The only thing I miss regarding DRM on Steam is...

    The only thing I miss regarding DRM on Steam is this: developers should be able to know if an Steam account have or not the game. Why? Because then they would have a way of distributing DRM-Free game...
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    I'm using GNOME 3.10 here and I'm very satisfied....

    I'm using GNOME 3.10 here and I'm very satisfied. Actually, I don't like it's typography (not even close to Ubuntu's fonts, that I love for UIs), but it's still better then KDE's. Here (Core i3 Sandy...
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