Dude, you don't get it. He's a programmer or some other tech sector kind of guy. That means he's smarter and better than all the scientists. Isn't that how it works?
It's incredible to me that this completely wrong statement keeps getting made whenever a story like this pops up.
And you assume I am a libertarian because... ?
I like this guy. Instead of bitching about adblock, he tries to adapt to it. More people should be willing to adapt to changing realities rather than crying to legislators so they can rig the game for them.
Let's not pretend everyone has issues with systemd. Plenty of people are totally ok with it.
This post has just the right amount of contempt to put a smile on my face. I like you.
Since when do we get all these medium.com articles? Nowadays I just skip the story when I see it's from their website. Did an editor cofound it or something?
This is good news but has nothing to do with technology. Why is this here?
Anyway, the HTC vive is way more interesting, so even if the Oculus offered linux support, I would have probably gone with Valve.
So many games came out in past few years which fit this definition:"indie 2D platformer with pixelated (retro) graphics and a gimmick". I can't fault critics for docking points when developpers implement such an overused style. It's just been done so many times before, and probably better.
This is the problem right here. The majority of criticism is coming from people who have not actually spent any time trying to learn systemd. Some experienced users might have valid criticism, but most of it is uninformed.
I would argue that the marketing is needed because of all the (in my opinion, completely unjustified) hate that systemd gets. Let's not forget Arch users have been happily using systemd for a long time now, so the prophecies of end times coming with systemd seem a bit exaggerated.
At a time when we are realizing that students aren't all the same and we need to adapt our teaching strategies to each of them, this dude brilliantly claims that the future is to sit them all in front of a screen with no support. We need to hire more teachers, not less. Size of classroom is one of the most important variables for the effectiveness of teaching.
That is not my experience with Arch. I very rarely need to do anything after the update. You just have to quickly check the homepage before updates to know if there's anything that could break, and that happens pretty rarely, especially now that the switch to systemD is complete.
I guess you're right. My mind doesn't really work like that though. When an artist creates too much of the same thing I just get bored and move on.