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  1. If it works for them, it's fine. Gngr does not...

    If it works for them, it's fine. Gngr does not have to work for us.
  2. http://nacl.cr.yp.to/ :p

    http://nacl.cr.yp.to/ :p
  3. Probably because there is almost no one left to...

    Probably because there is almost no one left to ask…
    Also it's the developers' responsibility to communicate. http://xfce.org/about/news/ has last been updated Apr 28, 2012.


    If that survey does...
  4. You claim that non-Xfce desktops break every six...

    You claim that non-Xfce desktops break every six months. Yes, that needed to be put into perspective.


    Early Gnome Shell versions did not have a stable extension API. That changed long ago. If...
  5. And you claim that other desktops break every six...

    And you claim that other desktops break every six months. Obviously you're lying.
  6. Yeah! Who needs dependable bugfix cycles!

    Yeah! Who needs dependable bugfix cycles!
  7. That's stupid. Firefox stays in Fedora's repos.

    That's stupid.
    Firefox stays in Fedora's repos.
  8. Firefox is my favorite web browser, too, but...

    Firefox is my favorite web browser, too, but there are factors that question its suitability as default: It does not use the DE's password manager (Gnome Keyring in this case), it does not use Gnome...
  9. Canonical/Ubuntu and Linux Mint each claim to be...

    Canonical/Ubuntu and Linux Mint each claim to be the most popular distribution.
    Yet the only hard data available is that Red Hat makes a billion US dollars a year and Canonical and Mint don't.

    ...
  10. GTK3 and Wayland support would be new features…

    GTK3 and Wayland support would be new features…
  11. SourceForge? LOL, nope nope nope. :cool:

    SourceForge? LOL, nope nope nope. :cool:
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    I wasn't talking about market share. You claimed...

    I wasn't talking about market share. You claimed something about dead horses. I was talking about technology.
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    When I brought up Android, I was explicitly also...

    When I brought up Android, I was explicitly also including Mesa which is the GPU driver layer both GNU/Linux and some Android variants (incl. all that are x86-based) which is what matters is a...
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    Android is Linux (no need to pretend) and Steam...

    Android is Linux (no need to pretend) and Steam does not run on Android (except a simple non-gaming client).
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    Android is Linux and there are not only plenty of...

    Android is Linux and there are not only plenty of games, at least Android on Intel uses the Mesa graphics stack.
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    Valve does release Linux games. They work on...

    Valve does release Linux games. They work on improving the ecosystem (contracting LunarG, hiring the SDL guys, etc.).
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    And PlayStation 4 runs FreeBSD, although I don't...

    And PlayStation 4 runs FreeBSD, although I don't know if PS4 games use OpenGL or some form of Mantle.
  18. Clang and the majority of LLVM code comes...

    Clang and the majority of LLVM code comes directly from Apple. No Apple, no Clang/LLVM.
    That's a fact.
  19. It will be commons when Servo reaches production...

    It will be commons when Servo reaches production quality.
  20. And clang/LLVM is leading in other areas and...

    And clang/LLVM is leading in other areas and apparently these are more important to the OpenMandriva people.
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