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Comment: Re:Does it still require you to install a RDBMS? (Score 1) 302

by 12357bd (#33225680) Attached to: KDE 4.5 Released

False, bloat IS a problem.

I do video processing, KDE 3.5 worked fine (90% under load, two streams doing real-time processing). KDE 4 is unable to do a single stream without losing frames.

Why do I have to buy a more powerful machine to run KDE 4 and do the sane task I am alraedy doing in KDE 3.5?. That's BLOAT

Comment: Re:Please tell me its better. (Score 1) 122

by 12357bd (#32526172) Attached to: A Quick Look At KDE SC 4.5 Beta 1

Amen!

I just hope someone in the KDE project hears users and backtrack to KDE 3.5.

Just port-it (and desktop applications) to QT. 4 and star anew KDE 3.6.

Many people stays with KDE 3.5, they/we deserve an alternative; otherwise GNOME people will get a lot of new users, and KDE (and maybe even worse, QT) will fade into oblivion as of 'what once was a great DE'.

Comment: Re:One person's myth is another person's fact. (Score 2, Insightful) 580

by 12357bd (#30620212) Attached to: Myths About Code Comments

The best technique I've learned is to first write out in English a comment describing what you are about to write in code, then write the code after the comment. If you can't explain what you are going to do in English to begin with, you probably aren't ready to write the code.

I fully agree with the basis of your position. After more than 30 years programming, the way I like to comment my code, is attaching a comment for every instruction. The intention is to explain in plain words what code is doing at every step, and larger and broader ideas on the heads of functions and/or definitions/classes.

The result is verbose of course, but it can be read linearly, and the underlying algorithm is fully explained. The reader have a plain explanation of the why's and the how's of the code.

Comment: AGPL (Score 1) 283

by 12357bd (#30536486) Attached to: Google About Openness

The sooner we start using AGPL for every piece of FOSS code, the better. IMO it's the only way to avoid FOSS being marginalized by big companies like MS or Google.

USA has a monopoly on IT (MS has the PC section, Google the Internet search market), and those companies are both killing FOSS. MS fights openly (the viral factor anyone?), while Google is fagoziting FOSS, (Android vs Linux kernel), (Chrome vs Safari).

Comment: Re:motives (Score 1) 540

by 12357bd (#30326346) Attached to: Google Launches Public DNS Resolver

Why is it so odd to just be generous? Why must generosity have some hidden motive? Can't a person (or a company) just be nice once in a while?
If this were Microsoft announcing a free public DNS service, sure, I'd be wary, but Google hasn't given me reason to mistrust them.

How much they pay you, to say such a naive and blatant Google apology?

"If a computer can't directly address all the RAM you can use, it's just a toy." -- anonymous comp.sys.amiga posting, non-sequitir

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