My desktop computer at home is running Linux for more than a decade now.
now we just need to throw the stone in the Marina Trench.
And also the bool type, and the ability to declare variables after the beginning of a function.
Exactly this. Don't blame the tool: blame the atrocious misuse of it.
Like, writing a photo management application in Perl?
Mate is lighter than Gnome3 or KDE, but it still bloated when compared to simple window managers like icewm, fluxbox, etc.
That said, I voted for Mate. Simply because I was used to Gnome2, it just works, and I have to change very little from the default for it to work like I want.
SoylentNews is the replacement for
reddit is of another kind.
It IS a rule:
That looks sensationalist. Why then earth is not covered with bamboo?
It think it depends on the species of bamboo, and the species they're competing against.
I frequently visit a place with tropical forest near Rio since 1992, and there are some bamboo here and there, some of different species, and they stay pretty much the same size. They will only spread around if you make room for it by cutting nearby trees.
There is a smaller species that do spread around quickly, but still can't penetrate the established forest.
By far the best RTS ever.
Yeah, but it's six points for a single gene.
If you buy 100 of those genes you get 600 points! You'll became a geneius.
Lack of openess.
From Walter Bright, creator of D (emphasis mine):
My natural tendency is to work solo on things. My work performance reviews at the various jobs I've had usually included comments like "Walter needs to learn to work better with others." My desire to control everything nearly wrecked the D community at one point, and I've had to change.
For richer syntax highliting, and more options for Vim colorschemes.
D *is* neat.
The only problem is lack of momentum.
Does it finally support 256 colors while running a screen inside a screen?
I usually use two levels of screen, the top level has a screen for each project I'm working on, and the second level has some shells for each project (basically the first one is the editor, the second one is for building/testing, etc).