Alright! We've got you surrounded! Put down the mouse and come out with your hands up!
I'lll see your bet and raise you the possibility that this therapy will just be abused by opiate addicts.
Please don't take away my Google "I'm feeling lucky" button.
Please include some reference to a proper scientific name when mentioning some class of object like Mountain Dew.
[Ducking and running]
vi is my shepherd. I shall not font.
We'll call it "Mudslide".
And here I was hoping the iPhone 7
Will curve its localized space-time if you put it in your back pocket and sit on it.
Wayland is exactly as network-transparent as X11 is in actual use these days:
Love that quailfier: "in actual use these days". One of the Wayland devs evidently looked around his office and didn't see any remote clients running. So toss that requirement out.
I don't care if Wayland provides X Server emulation. That's not the point. Once the Xlib support underlying higher level toolkits is thrown out, the resulting clients built will not be network-capable. And most of the application developers will never notice (except that the DISPLAY arg doesn't seem to do anything anymore). And then these Wayland clients will be cripped in a user environment that depends on running them remotely.
I'm not certain whether this was a plot by gamers, who wanted to throw out every machince cycle that didn't contribute to their graphics or AI. Or Microsoft, who has been shitting themselves since day one over a protocol that didn't tie an instance of a client license to each user seat.
This is what Cadillacs are for.
Please educate our city government on this point. They are busy extracting fees and concessions from developers for the purpose of building homes for the homeless.
"Hey you humans. There's a mouse over there. He's really smart. Why don't you fuck with him for a change?" Its the same logic I use when the wife asks me to do something around the house. Mess up a couple of times and she stops asking.
Probably a feeling that such activities bring shame upon their people. Nothing like the USA.