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  1. Well, in Red Hat's case they wanted to modernize...

    Well, in Red Hat's case they wanted to modernize their package management while not breaking interfaces for their enterprise clients, so they're just sharing libsolv. I'm fully in favour of Red Hat...
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    That's precious coming from someone who calls...

    That's precious coming from someone who calls anyone opposing systemd to be a "Microsoft Rapist", people who support the GPL "sluts", declaring for Stallman to be put on trial and so on spouting...
  3. Well this is excellent, unlike Steam, GoG should...

    Well this is excellent, unlike Steam, GoG should be able to ramp up their catalog very quickly because most of it relies upon things like DosBox and ScummVM, and so they just have to test that it...
  4. I read somewhere that they were looking into...

    I read somewhere that they were looking into that, but weren't certain how they were going to split up the packages yet.

    personally I'm kinda excited to see where PC-BSD is going to go, because my...
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    I'm with the others on this probably being memory...

    I'm with the others on this probably being memory going bad, compiling large code bases are actually another good test, basically if GCC sigsevs you know you've got memory issues.
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    No it's with the operator itself which is why...

    No it's with the operator itself which is why just like Javascript there's a giant "Do Not Use" sign on it and they came up with the ===, operator (much like javascript). I'm sorry but if you can't...
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    Living with broken windows is a serious problem,...

    Living with broken windows is a serious problem, it promotes duct tape fixes as opposed to properly engineered solutions creating technical debt. Duct tape ends up layering on top of duct tape until...
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    yes because I should use a hack to get around...

    yes because I should use a hack to get around broken behavior. Have you ever heard the phrase "Don't Live with Broken Windows"? PHP apparently hasn't or this (and many other things) would have been...
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    Thanks, I'll take a look at that

    Thanks, I'll take a look at that
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    Oh absolutely but conversely there's a lot of...

    Oh absolutely but conversely there's a lot of things that containers are good at that full machine virtualization honestly sucks at for doing.

    Say I want to have a stable clean base system to...
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    The problem isn't about being up to date or not,...

    The problem isn't about being up to date or not, the problem is about being poorly bolted on hack on top of poorly bolted hack on top of poorly bolted on hack, with deep fundamental flaws like the...
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    All that really means is an inappropriately...

    All that really means is an inappropriately designed release/project structure that needs to be refactored into it's component parts, such that the corelib is separated out from the applications that...
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    Well the real problem is right now other than...

    Well the real problem is right now other than VMware and Virtualbox there's not really an easy user facing way to take advantage of virtualization on linux AFAIK, you have to muck about on the...
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    Just what exactly is illogical about the...

    Just what exactly is illogical about the traditional:
    x.y.z
    where
    X = a release that breaks the (API|ABI)
    Y= a feature release that does not break the (API|ABI)
    Z = a bugfix release

    Fill in...
  15. No no you really can't. Tablets are nice for...

    No no you really can't. Tablets are nice for books and movies and smart phones are okay for casual games and things like serving as a GPS, but well I'll let commodore explain this for me...
    ...
  16. What other options exactly? The only other things...

    What other options exactly? The only other things in that category are WinCE mini-computers, and well... they're WinCE.
  17. Well for me there's definitely a lot of value to...

    Well for me there's definitely a lot of value to the mini-computer concept, unlike a smartphone it's actually running a full powered OS and I can do things like code on the go, or use it for PDA...
  18. The video said he didn't know yet but expected it...

    The video said he didn't know yet but expected it to be around 500 euros, which at current exchange rates is $676 USD,
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    The difference is CDProjekt Red is a very gamer...

    The difference is CDProjekt Red is a very gamer oriented company, and they care about things that gamers care about like taking a hard line on DRM. they had weekly sales long before Steam decided to...
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    You realize that you can right click on kicker,...

    You realize that you can right click on kicker, open up it's settings and unclick show application by name right? and that will give you exactly what you're asking for there.
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