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  1. Because Hughes is a GNOME developer and thus...

    Because Hughes is a GNOME developer and thus wants to write software for GNOME?

    If you actually read the blog post, you would have noticed this quote:



    So if you feel like writing a Qt-app...
  2. Not proof, but there are a few things which I...

    Not proof, but there are a few things which I think is interesting when you put them together.

    1) AMD creates Mantle as a lower level graphics API. Develops it jointly with people from EA/DICE....
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    Baffled? Why? It's one of the most common (~=...

    Baffled? Why? It's one of the most common (~= "popular") desktop environments used by a lot of people. So why would that be strange?
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    Luckily, GNOME3 does not require any extensions...

    Luckily, GNOME3 does not require any extensions to be usable.
    I change only two things from the default (date/weekday in top bar, and week days in calendar), and have a single extension active...
  5. Then you either use an extension that turns back...

    Then you either use an extension that turns back minimize (might be in the official tweak tool already) or use something else that suits you better.
    I don't think it would be fair if I required...
  6. GNOME3 has been out a really long time now, so it...

    GNOME3 has been out a really long time now, so it seems like this "wacky design" has worked well enough.
    I don't grieve the minimize button. You could just as well argue that it is "wacky" that...
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    Trying to do something "fast" in Python usually...

    Trying to do something "fast" in Python usually means implementing it in C or C++ and then wrapping it. So, I guess I could accept that it would be "at least as ugly as C++" ;)
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    Let's just say I am not impressed with syntax if...

    Let's just say I am not impressed with syntax if it confuses someone with the level of C++ knowledge I have.


    There might be numerous reasons why you can't use anything not in the standard lib....
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    I "know" C++, and I did not immediately see what...

    I "know" C++, and I did not immediately see what that function did. So I wouldn't think so.


    Uhm? Seriously?
    Boost is not standard C++ since it is not available in all C++ distributions. It is...
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    As I mentioned before, I work in a quite...

    As I mentioned before, I work in a quite computationally heavy part of science. My workflow is to start writing everything in Python. While feeling quite at home with C++, it can never replace Python...
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    Yeah, well, the thing is that anyone who knows...

    Yeah, well, the thing is that anyone who knows Python would pretty much directly see what the previous Python function did.
    Now, I am by far a C++ expert, but I know my way around it, and that line...
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    First of all that is boost, and not standard C++....

    First of all that is boost, and not standard C++.
    Second, I don't think that I immediately understood how that was supposed to work.
    Can you please, for clarity, just take the Python example and...
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    Of course you can write the same algorithm in...

    Of course you can write the same algorithm in C++. The point is that Python has some really nice syntax to do this kind of stuff which C++ does not.
    And most of the times it doesn't matter if your...
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    While I somewhat agree with you, separating the...

    While I somewhat agree with you, separating the issue of language and libraries is a bit unfair I think.
    The reason why I use Python for most of my stuff (which, btw include lots of really heavy...
  15. Are you implying that GNOME is not stable?

    Are you implying that GNOME is not stable?
  16. As a male, a more diverse working place. As for...

    As a male, a more diverse working place.
    As for women I guess being able to pursue a career they enjoy without having to constantly be "the odd one out".
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    Lucky then that the linked PDF you was served is...

    Lucky then that the linked PDF you was served is actually in english.
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    Well, I am terribly sorry that I tried to help...

    Well, I am terribly sorry that I tried to help you. :P

    For me, spotify-make has worked really well, except that the authors obviously have to make some changes when spotify releases a new version....
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    In that case you might want to check out...

    In that case you might want to check out https://github.com/leamas/spotify-make
  20. As far as I know, NO ONE in the Gnome camp has...

    As far as I know, NO ONE in the Gnome camp has claimed that G3 is a tablet interface, or was designed for that. I believe you can find quotes about "playing better with touch screens" or something,...
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