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    Because it's nice to have to write as little...

    Because it's nice to have to write as little platform-specific code as possible
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    Not to forget many native desktop applications...

    Not to forget many native desktop applications embed browser frames with html+css+js for gui that has nothing to do with the Internet
  3. Still waiting on nVidia to figure out how VDPAU...

    Still waiting on nVidia to figure out how VDPAU is suppose to work on Wayland. Out of it, VA-API and OpenMAX afaik only the first has tight coupling with X11
  4. Michael: How about getting inspired and making it...

    Michael: How about getting inspired and making it easier to run profilers with pts? According to the blog it at least used to be a tad cumbersome
  5. Wow, cell phone corrected royally wrong. Just...

    Wow, cell phone corrected royally wrong. Just disregard "rawhide also". I have no idea where that came from
  6. Well, even with rawhide also ext you may be able...

    Well, even with rawhide also ext you may be able to get more performance out of fs for DB by turning off various file system consistency guarantees like journaling since DB's typically do their own....
  7. Sounds right to me. RMS has over and over ranted...

    Sounds right to me. RMS has over and over ranted on how the best attack against proprietary things is not to use them. He does not preach for using them illegally. The best any single individual can...
  8. Up to franework (eh gstreamer) to request more...

    Up to franework (eh gstreamer) to request more codecs to be installed on-demand after user enables repo.
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    Yeah, because it's more important to hit...

    Yeah, because it's more important to hit originally planned release dates than not to ship crap
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    This is a bit misleading. During Rawhide packages...

    This is a bit misleading. During Rawhide packages are always tagged for next release. Ie rpmfusion has had f21 packages ever since they made Rawhide point to f21 and rolled a f20 repo. They have not...
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    To be fair, you only have to do anything to repos...

    To be fair, you only have to do anything to repos for rpmfusion because they don't follow normal Fedora branching policy. Or in other words Fedora 21 repos have existed pre-alpha and at this point...
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    Reminds me of a guy who updates his software...

    Reminds me of a guy who updates his software always from LTS-2 to LTS-1 and backports fixes himself to be on the stable side
  13. If that ever happens, I suspect it will be...

    If that ever happens, I suspect it will be because someone just does the maths and realises how expensive maintenance for old operating systems has been thus far compared to revenues. The situation...
  14. I'm not sure it's realistic to expect decent...

    I'm not sure it's realistic to expect decent Wayland support this Debian. Maybe in 9
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    Just a guess but a smart file system could be...

    Just a guess but a smart file system could be balancing writes between the two disks and syncing the two disk delayed taking advantage of parallel IO
  16. Makes me wish Python had gone with an...

    Makes me wish Python had gone with an interface-based design rather than MI as well. MI is just begging for trouble
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    Honestly I think media should pay more attention...

    Honestly I think media should pay more attention to PyPy software transactional memory than these bazillion new Python implementations. If STM will fly, you will not only get JIT'ed Python but also...
  18. Well, he could just be one of those people who...

    Well, he could just be one of those people who get butthurt of being told they're wrong and do anything in their power to manipulate reality to make it look afterwards like they won. I wouldn't call...
  19. Of course, the core of the argument is not...

    Of course, the core of the argument is not whether or not there should be coupling between DE's and systemd but whether this GR will make freeze plans fail. If Ian's GR is accepted, next Debian will...
  20. The entire point of there being --std=c89 and...

    The entire point of there being --std=c89 and --std=gnu89 is that latter does not enforce standards-compatibility
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