KSplice is not news, and it works for other distros too, including Ubuntu (while it takes a while to add support for new hardware enablements). It was cool before kernel 4.
But kernel 4 series is not supposed to support hot plug out of the box?
Unity 8 was announced by Mark with privacy enabled by default, several months ago. And the reason was Snowden scandal, not money.
Unity 8 was expected to be the DE in Ubuntu 16.04, but it was delayed. But, at least, the promise to keep the privacy was not delayed.
I can comprehend the demand, just cannot comprehend why insert in Unicode table. It's used for "official", spoken charset languages, not trend.
Can you realize how bad will if we got the 90's emoticons on it, then after they got no more used, inflate Unicode with all the internet 2000's expressions too, and then very new decade, the new trend inflating Unicode after the old one got no more used?
Why not keep Unicode for the languages charsets, and create a separate table for this kind of demand?
The confusion of a staff member is measured by the length of his memos. -- New York Times, Jan. 20, 1981