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  1. The part about forking processes is wrong: You...

    The part about forking processes is wrong: You may specify a PID file, yes, however, it is by no means the only way systemd uses to determine the childs of a forking daemon. The children are...
  2. I don't really see it imitating windows 8 -- how...

    I don't really see it imitating windows 8 -- how could it? Windows 8 was released a year after Gnome 3.0 (Aug 2012 vs Apr 2011). The thing they have most in common is the removal of the "Start menu",...
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    Michael, thanks for testing! Is Clang still much...

    Michael, thanks for testing! Is Clang still much slower on AMD processors, as it used to be? Or to put it differently: is it still optimized for Intel?

    Also, considering the *BSDs are switching to...
  4. Michael, could you please include -mtune=generic...

    Michael, could you please include -mtune=generic to get a glimpse how fast distribution provided binaries are? That would be quite interesting!
  5. I wish they had sticked to providing a nice set...

    I wish they had sticked to providing a nice set of extensions and maybe a fork of nautilus instead of forking the whole package... Too much redundancy.
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    Fine, as it won't be the only source for...

    Fine, as it won't be the only source for randomness to be used...
  7. Good point. X will probably survive even longer,...

    Good point. X will probably survive even longer, and pre-fermi users will just have X11 and no proper 3D driver for Wayland or Mir. But the poor radeon users which just have the OSS driver have the...
  8. If the OSS radeon driver (not the kernel part)...

    If the OSS radeon driver (not the kernel part) would die, then fglrx would be the only user of the radeon kernel part. Thus, the radeon driver would have to be removed, as the open driver parts for...
  9. This sounds, as if it would make port of fglrx to...

    This sounds, as if it would make port of fglrx to *BSD a lot easier, considering most of them now have a port of the radeon module in their trees.
  10. I guess that's a matter of personal preference,...

    I guess that's a matter of personal preference, as I know a bunch of people that migrated to a GNOME Desktop a few years ago and stayed with it. Also, I use Linux on all my computers for > 10 years,...
  11. In what country is that possible? ;)

    In what country is that possible? ;)
  12. +1 for GNOME 3.12 with high-dpi-mode.

    +1 for GNOME 3.12 with high-dpi-mode.
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    The microkernels work, however are lacking some...

    The microkernels work, however are lacking some features. As does sysvinit ;) The most promising seems to be Genode at the moment. It's related to L4.
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    Actually, we have plenty perfect kernels by your...

    Actually, we have plenty perfect kernels by your measure. But as sysvinit compared to systemd, they do considerably less when being compared to linux.
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    Do you realize, that you can write the very same...

    Do you realize, that you can write the very same about the linux kernel?

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    If you support linux, you necessarily disagree with at least one of them.

    1. kernels must never crash or...
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    Logind needs systemd's cgroup management, that's...

    Logind needs systemd's cgroup management, that's all. Systemd itself works fine without logind. Probably logind works with any cgroup arbiter with the same /similar api. And udev can be built just...
  17. Sure, therefore my posting. ;)

    Sure, therefore my posting. ;)
  18. Im looking forward to the gcc vs gcc benchmarks....

    Im looking forward to the gcc vs gcc benchmarks. While it's interesting what performance *BSD users can expect using precompiled packages, the full potential of the platform is surely of interest,...
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    I hate to interrupt all the trolling with a...

    I hate to interrupt all the trolling with a serious question, but well...

    The blog post referenced in the article says something about "the new code-assistance framework". Yet, I couldn't find...
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    Cool, no more having to use NetworkManager for...

    Cool, no more having to use NetworkManager for bringing up a static interface, yeay!
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