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  • marlock
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    Originally posted by QwertyChouskie View Post
    Still better than articles being spat out by an LLM
    Famous last words before the singularity kills us all

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  • QwertyChouskie
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    Originally posted by stormcrow View Post

    Been biting my tongue for the past few years over this. Spell check has been around for over a decade. Typos and misspellings shouldn't be appearing in any professionally produced articles these days. But they're in nearly every single article on Phoronix.
    Still better than articles being spat out by an LLM

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  • geerge
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    Frankly it's the comments pointing out spelling msitakes that annoy me.

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  • vextium
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    He could also as easily use LanguageTool (or Grammarly but that's closed source)

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  • skeevy420
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    Originally posted by schmidtbag View Post
    To his defense, almost every article he writes involve a lot of red squiggly lines. Case in point: "Phoronix" is treated as a spelling error. However... you can train your system's dictionary. Just right-click on the word and select "Add to dictionary" and all these unaccepted names will disappear.
    I've added enough things to my Firefox dictionary that random internet posting boxes work better than actual text editors for spell checking technical writing.

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  • schmidtbag
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    I'm surprised Intel didn't get more legally aggressive and treat it as some sort of anticompetitive measure.

    Originally posted by skeevy420 View Post
    Philosophically, it tells me that Michael is just like the rest of us old guys who are passionate about their setup because he's set in stone with his ancient idea of a good workflow. I know his workflow is ancient because the damn-near prehistoric red squiggly autocorrect line would alert him to the majority of typos on Phoronix.
    To his defense, almost every article he writes involve a lot of red squiggly lines. Case in point: "Phoronix" is treated as a spelling error. However... you can train your system's dictionary. Just right-click on the word and select "Add to dictionary" and all these unaccepted names will disappear.
    Last edited by schmidtbag; 05 September 2023, 10:03 AM.

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  • marlock
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    Michael doesn't sleep to pay his bills

    Red squiggly lines are nearly invisible to sleep-deprivated basement dwellers

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  • stormcrow
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    Originally posted by skeevy420 View Post

    Philosophically, it tells me that Michael is just like the rest of us old guys who are passionate about their setup because he's set in stone with his ancient idea of a good workflow. I know his workflow is ancient because the damn-near prehistoric red squiggly autocorrect line would alert him to the majority of typos on Phoronix.

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    Been biting my tongue for the past few years over this. Spell check has been around for over a decade. Typos and misspellings shouldn't be appearing in any professionally produced articles these days. But they're in nearly every single article on Phoronix.

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  • skeevy420
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    Originally posted by Eirikr1848 View Post
    Hey typos tell us these aren’t LLM-generated articles nor LLM-edited
    Philosophically, it tells me that Michael is just like the rest of us old guys who are passionate about their setup because he's set in stone with his ancient idea of a good workflow. I know his workflow is ancient because the damn-near prehistoric red squiggly autocorrect line would alert him to the majority of typos on Phoronix.

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  • milkylainen
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    So the Intel fTPM hangs(?) when queried about version?

    So basically what the patch is saying is that all fTPM implementations seem to be buggy shit?

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