I work with a number of GNOME developers, and most of them pronounce it the normal way (the same way the English word "gnome" is pronounced), so I guess just choose whichever one you prefer.
I wanted to, but I was afraid of the Evil Ones. They're everywhere, don't you see them?
So it's all been done before?
Have you (or someone else) filed a bug about this?
The good news is that due to the psychic-doppler effect the frequency of the scream shifted so much it was in-psychic-audible.
Well, psych me!
You wrote Stunts? Thanks!!
There's a German saying that translates to "the opposite of well done is well intended". Applies very nicely in this case.
Apt indeed. Similar to the English saying "the road to hell is paved with good intentions"...
The main problem with Kylix was that instead of providing a compatibility layer for existing Delphi VCL codebases (which would have been tricky, I'll admit, given how much of the Windows API was ingrained in the VCL, but not impossible) they created a brand new compatibility layer (CLX) that didn't even support all of the VCL's functionality. Result? For those commercial Delphi customers who might have been interested in porting their code to Linux, it was just too much work to port all of their code *and* that of all of the third party add-ons they were using.
In France, both.
Perhaps a more realistic scenario is 3D printing individual replacement car parts. Some fairly small but currently quite expensive car parts could conceivably be 3D printed in the future - so car and car parts manufacturers will probably be keen to "protect" their existing market for replacement parts once 3D printing becomes more accessible and practical.
On the other hand, they have been mostly unsuccessful in preventing "counterfeit" parts already.
Funny, that was my first thought as well.
Rubbish. Mine was one of the original orders and it has been fulfilled already. A friend also ordered well after the launch day and has received hers too.