Plasma 5 is out for a long time now and the successor of KDE 4.x. So why shouldn't the distros adopt it?
Of course there are still people liking mechanical keyboards. so what?
as the needle in the haystack
a) Other languages have the same idiom
b) It's understandable, even if its no idiom of a particular language.
Betteridge's law of headlines finally proven wrong?
In ancient times, when AOL were popular, it was a sign for idiots. Now its one for idiots, who are even to stupid to get a gmail adress.
its key OR TFA.
if you log in with a ssh-key, PAM is skipped and your TFW-scheme is not invoced.
now: crack the master password with five million guesses per second on your cluster
then: search the ten services with weakest security (as many guesses as you want), start to brute-force the generated passwords for random master-passwords until ones works with 10 services, which allow one (confirmed correct/incorrect) login in two seconds. And may inform you of the cracking attempt.
And if the admin-c is dead, the domain holder is no valid person, so everybody can take it down.
If you're dead, you just do not care anymore.
There is a name for that: "dark patterns". Like Making one button bigger, when you want the user to choose this option. Or having an "subscribe newsletter" checkbox next to the "agree to TOS" checkbox, so the user thinks he needs to check all of the checkboxes.
The point is, on a good pc, i can install my apps. From Disk, from download, maybe from some appstore (on the pc we say repository). On an iPhone, i have exactly one option: The apple appstore. No other appstores, no files via download or usb
Sorry, but this is bullshit.
A recent windows or even osx features buttons, which are for example grey with black text on a lightgrey dialog, or colorful window decoration buttons, but without even a tiny 3D effect distinguishing them from the titlebar.
Even win95 had a gui, where a button were a button and not a rectangular area with a slightly different color.
I use harddrives, and often new ones, just because my data is growing.
Of course, there is little important data. But when i need to start sorting "important / unimportant", then it's easier to buy a bigger drive and backup just everything. Better than forgetting to sort something into the imporant category.
I guess it depends, which one you're used to. I tried both, when i did not use swipe before and liked swiftkey more. And the google keyboard has too little feedback.