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  • Intel's Cloud-Hypervisor 18.0 Brings AArch64 Improvements, VHDX Disk Image Support

    Phoronix: Intel's Cloud-Hypervisor 18.0 Brings AArch64 Improvements, VHDX Disk Image Support

    The Intel-led open-source Cloud-Hypervisor project building off Linux's KVM (and also supporting Microsoft MSHV) and being cloud-focused and leveraging the Rust programming language for greater security is out with its newest major release...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...-Hypervisor-18

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    Michael, please avoid weird words like "christened" or "brewed" and just use normal words like "released".

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    • #3
      Oh, for fuck's sake!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by uid313 View Post
        Michael, please avoid weird words like "christened" or "brewed" and just use normal words like "released".
        I expected you to complain about this when I saw "christened" on the thread.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by tildearrow View Post

          I expected you to complain about this when I saw "christened" on the thread.
          Yeah, as a European and person who's native language is not English, I find it weird (especially in the context of a tech website) with words that a new version of a software has been "christened", "brewed", "been cooking", or weird measurements of distances such as miles, feet, thumbs, yards, etc.

          I guess to Americans it is natural.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by uid313 View Post
            Michael, please avoid weird words like "christened" or "brewed" and just use normal words like "released".
            What??? Are you against learning new words? I guess that's why your English is so basic.
            Furthermore, none of those words are unusual, and if -I-'m telling you.
            Me.
            The run-off-the-mill, fifty-something old country fart from Italialand...

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            • #7
              Originally posted by _ReD_ View Post

              What??? Are you against learning new words? I guess that's why your English is so basic.
              Furthermore, none of those words are unusual, and if -I-'m telling you.
              Me.
              The run-off-the-mill, fifty-something old country fart from Italialand...
              As a nerd I came for facts not poetry, so I don't know why things has to be "christened" instead of released.

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