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    It would still need to be properly signed once...

    It would still need to be properly signed once compiled in order to get it past the existing bootloader and/or firmware checks.


    Has Linus ever personally spoke out against tivoization? From...
  2. The previous changes have been good for openSUSE...

    The previous changes have been good for openSUSE (increased cooperation with SLES, better infrastructure, better tools, better policies). I hope this will be the same.
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    In an ideal world, no. But in the real world, no...

    In an ideal world, no. But in the real world, no toolkit can ever cover all possible use-cases. There will always be a need for applications to target the display server for tasks the toolkit is...
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    Great job completely ignoring pretty much...

    Great job completely ignoring pretty much everything I said.
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    No, nobody is denying this argument. Of course...

    No, nobody is denying this argument. Of course for any new piece of software, there will be people who prefer the old way of doings this. This is the case for any change. No software will appeal...
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    Godwin's law.

    Godwin's law.
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    There are other sorts of computers besides...

    There are other sorts of computers besides desktops and laptops.
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    There is a difference between lecturing people on...

    There is a difference between lecturing people on what they should and should not find offensive, and pointing out that nobody has the authority to tell others what they should and should not find...
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    People should be heard, and they have been. But...

    People should be heard, and they have been. But whether their concerns should be resolved depends on how valid those concerns are, the overall effect resolving those concerns will have on the...
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    Mansplaining at its greatest. You are in no...

    Mansplaining at its greatest. You are in no position to be lecturing women on what should and should not be offending them, or what should and should not make them feel more welcome in a project.
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    It is indicative of how many are attracted to the...

    It is indicative of how many are attracted to the industry as it currently is. It isn't indicative of how many would be attracted to it if the problems we were discussing didn't exist. The very...
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    openSUSE recently had a poll on whether to...

    openSUSE recently had a poll on whether to support alternatives to systemd. The poll was fairly vague, but despite the fact that you would expect people who want a change to be more motivated to...
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    The majority of men don't have a happy time...

    The majority of men don't have a happy time coding, either. Do you have any evidence that women are inherently less interested in coding than men? Do you have any evidence women "are unwilling to...
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    Fuck you, you racist asshole. You have no...

    Fuck you, you racist asshole. You have no fucking right to tell me that my marriage is "a sure recipe for disaster".
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    If that was really all it took, we wouldn't be...

    If that was really all it took, we wouldn't be having this discussion. The problem is that, in reality, that open-source communities have done a lot to make female contributors unwelcome. The way...
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    Did you actually read the article? It says first...

    Did you actually read the article? It says first that systemd has to restart to upgrade, but then later on admits that there is actually a built-in mechanism to avoid having to restart.


    If you...
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    Thanks for proving my point.

    Thanks for proving my point.
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    I think it has something to do with actually...

    I think it has something to do with actually being able to find exactly the information you are looking for in a consistent manner.

    And, again, you can configure logging to log to a text file if...
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    And there is never going to be as long as the...

    And there is never going to be as long as the boycott crowd is convinced that there is no need for systemd. It seem that no one in the boycott crowd is willing to admit that systemd offers features...
  20. Another for the ignore list. You have the time...

    Another for the ignore list. You have the time to drag this topic in every single thread remotely related to Poettering, yet somehow don't have the time to do anything remotely productive to fix it.
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