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Comment: Re:The food pyramid screws you up and then... (Score 1) 140

Clearly you don't understand how the disorder works.

You can't 'cure' type I diabetes. Pancreatic transplants are the closest thing we currently have, and they are subject to the same trouble that the native pancreas suffers - destruction of the beta islet cells due to an autoimmune response.

Comment: Re:I can say something nice (Score 1) 928

by armanox (#48328799) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Can You Say Something Nice About Systemd?

What do you mean we won't see vocal before people before then? Plenty of us are screaming now, because we will matter even less later. You know, because cross platform compatibility was never for any sort of unix based project....(systemd might work fine on Linux, but it doesn't work on anything else. And some software (GNOME) is becoming dependent on it. Not like GNOME has ever been used on other unix operating systems or anything....).

Comment: Re: How about we hackers? (Score 1) 863

by armanox (#48251371) Attached to: Debate Over Systemd Exposes the Two Factions Tugging At Modern-day Linux

Considering that we have plenty of choices other then Linux (and a few years to decide), I fail to see the problem. The staff has an inclination towards FreeBSD (because the guys above me love it). UNIX isn't out of the question, AIX, Solaris, or HP-UX could fit the bill just as well.

Comment: Re: How about we hackers? (Score 5, Interesting) 863

by armanox (#48248325) Attached to: Debate Over Systemd Exposes the Two Factions Tugging At Modern-day Linux

Or we have learned that you can't argue with Red Hat. As a company we have decided against upgrading to RHEL 7 because of systemd, and likely will be migrating to FreeBSD when it is no longer supported.

I'm waiting for our research team to get bored and start finding holes in systemd

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