No, agregation into packages is completely unacceptable.
Then be prepared to pay $19.99 per year for each website, even if you plan to view only one page on that site, because you are unwilling to pay for bundles of multiple sites. Look at 50 different sites one month? That'll be a thousand dollars.
Crappy ones: GIMP, Tahoe-LAFS, Ubuntu, Kdenlive, XFCE...
As a user of Xubuntu who brings out the GIMP at least twice a week, I'm interested in how you'd name them better.
- What better name would you suggest for the GNU Image Manipulation Program? It "at least tries to vaguely describe the function of the program".
- How is Blender (English for "food processor", referring to a 3D modeling app) any better than Ubuntu (Zulu for "humankind", referring to a Linux distribution)? Is it just that English is historically more prestigious than Zulu as a naming language?
- Xfce (XForms Common Environment) used to be descriptive back when it used XForms, but it became an artifact title once Xfce switched to GTK+. The X part can be reinterpreted to refer to the X Window System, but then the F needs a meaning, a problem that it shares with FVWM (Something Virtual Window Manager).
They hope to rewrite and replace code until they have something new they can release under a standard OSI-approved license.
LAME was developed in the same way, by replacing pieces of the ISO's reference MP3 encoder until it was finished in May 2000. Is there a better name for this "ship of Theseus" method?
Perhaps get a laptop with a real processor. Atoms are way slower than the equivalent AMD offering.
Equivalent means comparable physical size. Which 10" AMD laptop is any good?
Firefox runs faster than Chrome
Firefox also lags when opening a bunch of tabs on sites like Cracked.com on an Atom CPU because it uses only one thread for JS and CSS across all open tabs.
and it uses less processes
Once the single thread problem gets fixed as part of the Electrolysis project, Firefox will probably use just as many processes.
Also, what’s up with caffeine-free diet Mountain Dew?
No sugar, no caffeine, might as well call it Mountain Don't. But seriously, some countries ban caffeinated beverages that are light in color. All Mountain Dew citrus soda sold in Canada, for instance, was caffeine-free until early 2012.
Do you time travel to 1995 to visit your parents?
There's a reason that the trope page for Decade Dissonance has a real life section.