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  1. LiberOffice uses TLS? How does liberoffice take...

    LiberOffice uses TLS? How does liberoffice take care of the heartbleed bug?
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    screenshots?

    screenshots?
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    Of course there is no need to handle errors...

    Of course there is no need to handle errors correctly when there are no errors to handle - but what happens if you run out of memory or similar? The entire point with his rant was that you should...
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    Maybe we could ask phoronix to run some tests?

    Maybe we could ask phoronix to run some tests?
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    The reddit threads revealed that a lot people did...

    The reddit threads revealed that a lot people did not understand what he was talking about.

    There have been many critical articles about systemd. In my opinion his have been some of the better...
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    From the blog post (http://ewontfix.com/14/):...

    From the blog post:
    (emphasis was mine)

    So basically his point is, you can 'solve' the problem with re-exe, but then you create new problems with reliable error handling. Which of course will...
  7. They only asked contributors to sign over the...

    They only asked contributors to sign over the rights of the contributions to Tvheadend team so that they *could* re-license to GPLv2 *if* they wanted to.

    GPLv2 was specifically mentioned so i just...
  8. They are switching to GPLv2.

    They are switching to GPLv2.
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    My laptop with XFCE runs Alpine Linux with musl...

    My laptop with XFCE runs Alpine Linux with musl libc and Alpine Linux 3.0 will be shipped with musl.

    One of the nice things with musl is that it is pretty strict when it comes to standards. So if...
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    I stand corrected. I hope it stays that way.

    I stand corrected.

    I hope it stays that way.
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    I can and I do run XFCE with both uClibc and musl...

    I can and I do run XFCE with both uClibc and musl libc and I hope it continues that way. The worry I have is that in some day in future it will not be possible to run new versions of xorg without...
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    As long as it stays like that, no problem. I just...

    As long as it stays like that, no problem. I just don't hope it becomes optional for xorg the way its "optional" for GNOME.

    In fact I don't really have any problems with systemd support for xorg,...
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    That and the traditional fear of changes. ...

    That and the traditional fear of changes.


    Too bad I cannot use systemd as they dont support my libc.


    Too bad I cannot use systemd. Are there any other options, even if they are technically...
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    Let it put it this way then: They are pretty good...

    Let it put it this way then: They are pretty good at standing in the way for those who disagree and encourages others to do the same.
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    Why would any bother do such tests when low...

    Why would any bother do such tests when low latency is not a design goal for pulseaudio?

    from http://jan.newmarch.name/LinuxSound/Sampled/PulseAudio/:


    Pulse Audio is designed for Consumer...
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    The problem is not that they don't agree with...

    The problem is not that they don't agree with those values (fewer features for better portatbility). The problem is that they intentionally try make things hard for those who disagree with their...
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    This is what I am doing. But it is getting...

    This is what I am doing. But it is getting harder because there are fewer and fewer components I can re-use.

    People used to be proud of having their code portable and sharable. Its sad thats no...
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    Because what is "superior" depends on your...

    Because what is "superior" depends on your values. What is most important: cheap? small form factor? fast? portable? profitable? stability?

    What do you think happens if someone try politically...
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    The systemd style "if you don't agree with our...

    The systemd style "if you don't agree with our values, then do your own thing" does not contribute to a more coherent userland. Unfortunally it does the opposite.
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    You hope that anything non-linux (and even...

    You hope that anything non-linux (and even non-systemd) will not be able to run xorg in future? (the *bsd's for example)

    The major problem with systemd is that it is not portable. It encourage...
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