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Debian 10 "Buster" Currently Defaults To GNOME On Wayland, But That Still Could Change

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  • xfcemint
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    Originally posted by kaprikawn View Post
    Not true, Gnome Shell uses javascript and is therefore teh bestest.
    Gnome Shell doesn't have a taskbar by default and is therefore teh retardest.

    Nice link. I like statistics. My favourite language is C++, but in the past year I definitively wrote more code in Javascript and Java than in C++. Might change this year.
    I was always wandering about Linux distro and DE statistics. debianxfce posted a very usefull and interesting link in this thread about that.
    Previously I was trying to estimate the numbers by looking at Ubuntu Snaps statistics.

    Originally posted by debianxfce View Post
    How to turn gnome shell from hell to hell:
    https://fosspost.org/lists/turn-gnom...ome-extensions
    Thx. I might give another chance to Gnome. But I doubt it. When I see it has no taskbar by default, I know that its developers are retarded. Therefore, they will continue going in the wrong direction. When I see Xfce defaults, I see reason.

    Originally posted by Shiba View Post
    I will never use systemd, not even when I'm drunk.
    This forum has the hugest amount of arrogant narrow minded users I've ever seen.
    You are certainly helping a lot to raise the bar.
    Last edited by xfcemint; 05-14-2019, 07:54 AM.

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  • schmidtbag
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    Originally posted by kaprikawn View Post
    Unused RAM is wasted RAM
    I despise this sentiment. I suppose you just leave your car engine running 24/7, keep all of the lights on in your home, and spend every last penny of your paycheck as soon as you can?
    This kind of thinking that promotes sloppy code and wasteful behaviors, which in turn forces people to upgrade their hardware that otherwise should have been perfectly capable of handling a certain workload. If you have unused RAM, that should be because you bought too much.

    Ranting aside... I do agree that GNOME doesn't have a RAM problem, at least not inherently. I've run it just fine on systems with only 2GB. All it takes is killing off some unnecessary bloated services. The same can be said of a default XFCE install for most distros.

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  • kaprikawn
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    Originally posted by debianxfce View Post

    Java software is slow and uses more hw resources than C/C++ software. Gnome Shell is bad, it needs 23 extensions to be usable and then it uses 1Gb RAM and is slow.
    https://www.reddit.com/r/linux/comme...rison_updated/

    How to turn gnome shell from hell to hell:
    https://fosspost.org/lists/turn-gnom...ome-extensions
    Java and Javascript are completely unrelated technologies, they are in no way connected. Gnome uses Javascript, not Java.

    Unused RAM is wasted RAM, Gnome runs fine for me on 8GB.

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  • Shiba
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    Originally posted by Britoid View Post
    Wayland represents change, people hate change.
    I use and like GNOME (except the Shell), I'm very interested in Wayland, I loved Unity idea from the very beginning, I used PulseAudio from day one, ecc

    Originally posted by Britoid View Post
    same thing as with systemd etc.
    I will never use systemd, not even when I'm drunk.

    This forum has the hugest amount of arrogant narrow minded users I've ever seen.

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  • kaprikawn
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    Originally posted by xfcemint View Post
    Gnome Shell is retarded, everyone knows that. It is a DE for retards.
    Not true, Gnome Shell uses javascript and is therefore teh bestest. You can't say javascript is bad because YOU used javascript to post your comment. Here is a link which proves my point :

    https://sdtimes.com/softwaredev/repo...pt-and-python/

    It is written on the internet and so is true. It is known.

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  • xfcemint
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    Hello to everyone here, I'm new.

    I would like to say that I enjoy reading this fine discussion very much.
    In my opinion, the best option at the moment is for Debian to switch to Xfce by default, instead of keeping the retarded Gnome desktop.

    Wayland is still missing important features like stability and network transparency. Since it doesn't have network transparency, I would also grade it as a retarded design.

    While Wayland might be the future, that tells us nothing of its quality, which is low. Of course, I expect the retarded
    masses to adopt Wayland because they adopt all defaults. Also, Xorg cannot be the display server of the future because it lacks process isolation. So, Xorg is also retarded, but in a different way compared to Wayland.

    I would also like to salute debianxfce, who is a step above me. I have been programming in C++ for the past 20 years, but I still lack the courage to switch to Debian since I got used to user-friendliness of Linux Mint Xfce. But I promised myself to make the switch one day.

    Gnome Shell is retarded, everyone knows that. It is a DE for retards.

    Originally posted by retardxfce View Post
    XFCE is perfect and does not have any bugs, it only requires maintentenace.
    You can see in this link that it has 0 bugs.
    Xfce is perfect by definition. All bugs are actually feature requests.

    Also, Xfce currently supports HiDPI better than any other Linux DE (which all have crappy support for HiDPI). I mean, name me ONE linux DE which support seamlessly moving a window between two monitors, while retaining correct DPI. There is none. Also, HiDPi support should primarily be a feature of a display server, not of a DE, so another thing lacking in the retarded Wayland.
    Last edited by xfcemint; 05-14-2019, 07:54 AM.

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  • Danielsan
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    From the trolling to the bullying...

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  • jacob
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    Originally posted by retardxfce View Post

    XFCE is perfect and does not have any bugs, it only requires maintentenace.
    You can see in this link that it has 0 bugs.


    https://bugzilla.xfce.org/buglist.cg...ormat=specific

    proof that xfce is the most fastestst desktop and smoothetest low latency desktop
    We better not take any chances though. I think it would be prudent to create a new website, xfcebugs.org, which will not only report 0 bugs but will be forever guaranteed not to report any bug, ever. Just in case, you know.

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  • jacob
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    Originally posted by xfcedebian View Post

    Thank you! Finally a sane, rational member here who understands the developer of Xfce is literally Jesus. Also thank you for not disagreeing with me, since that would be a violation of the Debian Code of Conduct.
    I wouldn't dare thinking of it. Especially since under the DebianXFCE Code of Conduct, XFCE has chosen to Identify(tm) as being absolutely flawless.

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  • retardxfce
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    Originally posted by xfcedebian View Post

    Thank you! Finally a sane, rational member here who understands the developer of Xfce is literally Jesus. Also thank you for not disagreeing with me, since that would be a violation of the Debian Code of Conduct.
    XFCE is perfect and does not have any bugs, it only requires maintentenace.
    You can see in this link that it has 0 bugs.


    https://bugzilla.xfce.org/buglist.cg...ormat=specific

    proof that xfce is the most fastestst desktop and smoothetest low latency desktop

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