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    Haha true but well, for what it's worth, as an...

    Haha true but well, for what it's worth, as an upper-class made-by-the-system heterosexual white meat-eater male, I can tell that there is a lot of unconscious sexism in the workplace, and especially...
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    Yup, but that's not what's done in the Olympics,...

    Yup, but that's not what's done in the Olympics, and more importantly that's not what outreaching is about.
    Please note, though, that every single decent country in the world decreases the salary of...
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    when first responding I did not realize the most...

    when first responding I did not realize the most obvious point: have you heard about weight, age and sex categories in competitive sport?
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    Picked the wrong example, Olympics do work like...

    Picked the wrong example, Olympics do work like that. If you are in a country that has a lower level in a sport, you have better chances of being selected to participate.
    Remember the Olympic...
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    There is no shortage of nurses. This is about...

    There is no shortage of nurses. This is about "not missing talents", so it only apply for skilled jobs.
    And this not about incentive for doing the job all career long, these are incentive programs...
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    That's the key concept. For the very reason that...

    That's the key concept. For the very reason that they are not deficient yet still do not consider to become programmers: if you can convince them to do a programming career, you get better developers...
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    Thanks, that sort of stuff helps me sort between...

    Thanks, that sort of stuff helps me sort between people I can take seriously and the rest.
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    Onwcloud is slow on my i5 based server ;) If...

    Onwcloud is slow on my i5 based server ;)

    If would use a NUC to run owncloud, you can still keep the data somewhere else (external enclosure, or NAS). Or build a full server (what I did).
  9. FTFY. One can care about linux and still not...

    FTFY.
    One can care about linux and still not care about what you specifically care.
  10. Should we conclude from that that we shouldn't...

    Should we conclude from that that we shouldn't use (or have used) OpenSSL?
  11. Because for the last 15 years there has been soo...

    Because for the last 15 years there has been soo many different init systems and sooo many display servers...
    I just don't believe that Linux distributions must have different places or conventions...
  12. quite possible, but no idea.

    quite possible, but no idea.
  13. In my understanding, the extension will be shell...

    In my understanding, the extension will be shell accessible, but not end-user accessible (or only through a shell API, or shell application), for security and access control reason.
  14. Because the world changes and it's not that...

    Because the world changes and it's not that scary?
    Software projects, platforms, frameworks and even mindsets get deprecated or are made obsolete all the time. It's been like that since there's been...
  15. I've spent so much time on Perfect Dark and Time...

    I've spent so much time on Perfect Dark and Time Splitters 2/3... Awesome games. I still play Time splitters from time to time (especially for split screen multiplayer when connoisseurs come by). The...
  16. That's the lousiest argument I've seen in a long...

    That's the lousiest argument I've seen in a long time...



    Also I'd be interested in how you explain that there is so much freely available code in the LLVM project when it's obviously not under...
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    You can seed /dev/random. In a sense, it is...

    You can seed /dev/random. In a sense, it is actually seeded by environmental noises. Using a hardware generator can be used to get the required entropy faster, especially early after boot, even more...
  18. No, on the contrary. You can download the code,...

    No, on the contrary.
    You can download the code, and license the whole lot under GPLv3.
    Well, anybody that has a BSD licensed version of the code can still distribute it under BSD, so it's a bit...
  19. Well that's not at all what I was talking about....

    Well that's not at all what I was talking about. I wondered about a gcc vs gcc comparison. With patches standard code versus gcc extension code.
  20. And so "1 binary for 1 purpose" is somehow in...

    And so "1 binary for 1 purpose" is somehow in contradiction with these principles?
    I don't get it.
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