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Comment: Re:I've been using Eclipse since before it was Ecl (Score 1) 140

by TheSunborn (#46528629) Attached to: Google Android Studio Vs. Eclipse: Which Fits Your Needs?

Which is why you should use the x86(intel atom) version instead of the arm version. It is much much much faster. Once you have downloaded the atom version, you can choose between arm and intel when creating a new emulator.

Why Google have chosen "download arm only" as the default, I really don't understand. But this is a case studio in "Defaults matter".

Comment: Re: oh my god!! (Score 1) 212

by TheSunborn (#46439869) Attached to: <em>Portal 2</em> Incompatible With SELinux

Yes steam itself is a dep file, but I am pretty sure that the games installed from within steam are not .dep files so that does not really help.

And it especially going to be multi distribution issue to install these SELinux rules. Steam itself can run on other distributions but I don't think there is a general way to write distribution agnostic SELinux rules.

Comment: Re:FTL Faster Than Light (Score 1) 669

by TheSunborn (#46284633) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: What Games Are You Playing?


I think I can win the game 80% of the time, and the rest of the time i die due to mistakes. Yes random effects changes the difficulty level, but there are no cases where you don't have a change.

(At least for the standard start ship. Some of the other ships without shields and/or weapons are much much more difficult).

Comment: Re:Or, now here mne out, (Score 1) 2219

by TheSunborn (#46203853) Attached to: Slashdot Tries Something New; Audience Responds!

Beta does have nice features? Seriously what are they?

I have looked at the new beta site as much as I could, until the design forced me back to classic slashdot view, and I have not yet found a single case where Beta handles anything better then classic. With the exception of uni code support.

Comment: And can we please have a "Newest first" option (Score 1) 2219

by TheSunborn (#46201717) Attached to: Slashdot Tries Something New; Audience Responds!

Can we please have our "Newest first, ignore threads" option back?

Usecase: I just re-visited this thread about the beta, and I would like to read all new entries since I last read it. Which is exactly what "Newest first, ignore threads" would do. But it seems that feature is lost too*.

Remember should not be about making a new slashdot, but about making a better slashdot. It currently fails in that regard.

*And I lost that feature many years ago, but might be a good time to got it back.

Oh and there seems to be a bug in this comment, where it doubles the line spacing between my paragraphs.

Comment: Re:And that's exactly what I asked for. (Score 1) 2219

by TheSunborn (#46194751) Attached to: Slashdot Tries Something New; Audience Responds!

And I think message really shows the problem: Let me show how I as a user see the beta communication:

Hey, we have this total broken beta slashdot site, and in a few months you will all be forced to use it if you want to browse slashdot. But don't worry we hope we will fix the worst bugs before the cutoff date.

Which raise the question: If you know its so broken that most people find it useless, why do you present it as "The new slashdot, which all users will be forced to browse in a few months".

Comment: Re:I don't think Dice realizes (Score 1) 234

by TheSunborn (#46178939) Attached to: The Standards Wars and the Sausage Factory

So why are you forcing users to use the beta when you even admit it's not done ?

To stay kinda on-topic, it reminds me of the release of kde 4.0

But I really hope the tech team will take a step back, look at why anyone thinks beta stops, and then do a re-design so we get a new usable site instead of beta.

ps: What about talking to the guys which did stackoverflow. They might want to take over development and they kinda know how to make modern cool websites.

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