I said: AmaroK starts slower than Banshee (and this was shown!). Is it different from the statement of Banshee being faster (faster in playing a 3 minutes song? Will it play it in 2 minutes 30 seconds!?). It use (at least at the time) less memory.
So, it is not unfair, this part, right?
Did I defend Tomboy for memory usage? Or did I defend it as it was an useful application (for people that were not memory conscious), right?
I think exactly in the post, the center part is the most important (because it shows the context of the topic, plus my views) :
This is here, 2 answers earlier of what was told by you:
It looks to me, that what I asked all around the topic was: "I personally found Mono useful, and the FUD that was told about Mono is as equal for Qt/Nokia, or Apple/Clang, wasn't it?" Also, some claims (like the startup time), I tested them and I found them lacking (because people think to Mono as "enterprisey", so all Mono applications are by definition slow), I rembember the Amarok + QtCreator was like 21 seconds, when Banshee and MonoDevelop was like 14-15 seconds.Also, I've wrote things that disagree with Miguel on his page, so taking this into perspective is equal like an alter-ego of Miguel enters on his page to criticize him?!
At the end, my messages were about reasonable thinking, not biases. I honestly don't like KDE look, but I do think that is an amazing piece of software, so I don't write crap about KDE. Also, I don't attack Nokia for its contributions to Qt or KDE (yes Nokia pay developers for KDE project), and I do think that a lot of technologies to Linux bring more choice than fewer. Why you don't attack the opensourceness of Qt that have also a comercial license? Why don't attack LLVM/CLang that "sneak" into a lot of opensource projects?
If you try to see that Java is worse than Mono, please read again, I said: C#/Mono is slower (in raw performance numbers), but is better integrated with desktop (If you know JNI, and you compare with PInvoke, you know what I'm talking about). Also as of the time of writing, can you name some Gnome applications written in Java? Azureus (even is not a Gnome application)!? Eclipse (!?) Really, I don't know any! At least on Gnome at that time was at least a bit different (thanks to Novell): Gnome Do, F-Spot, Banshee, Beagle, Tomboy, MonoDevelop were targetting Gnome/Gtk# by default, not WinForms. Do you know any Java integration to write Gnome applications? Maybe can you point to me to a tutorial how to set Java with Gtk?
Last edited by ciplogic; 06-11-2013 at 12:39 PM.
I'm the best according to myself, too.
SphinUXOS, all of that and not a single objective number. Pure marketing fluff, why did you think we'd be interested in it?
It costs more than Windows, uses more power and generates more heat. Interesting.
GNU/Linux has a bad
reputation of power
consumption and thermal
noise, most Linux
this point badly and
sometimes made it worse
by creating tools that
doesn't always work and
the problem rises when
using proprietary drivers
for modern graphics card,I don't evenGNU/Linux has always
been the best OS in
performance until SphinUX
OS was created, the
performance varies as
usual from distribution to
another, it's satisfying
enough but it seems to be
a little bit slower when it
comes to the number of
applications running at the
same time, the Linux
kernel is becoming
resource hungry in the
latest releases and
requires more powerful
machines to run resource
with no lag
edit: Nice kerning your libreoffice is doing there: http://de.sphinux.org/misc/docs/sphynx-softwareman.png
edit2: Is this an official statement ? http://www.sphinux.org/56734
And could you maybe add robots.txt to updates.sphinux.org so that google doesn't index all the packages?
Last edited by ChrisXY; 06-22-2013 at 07:36 PM.