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Comment: Re:I'll pass... (Score 1) 187

by e70838 (#48138787) Attached to: Interviews: Ask Florian Mueller About Software Patents and Copyrights
My son is not named Florian because of him: I did not want my son to have the same name as this disgusting guy. All the media were repeating his stupid "analysis" on oracle vs google case. In the end, he was completely wrong on every points. I do not understand how people can give him any credibility. Is it possible on slashdot to blacklist any article that contain his name ?

Comment: fully agree (Score 1) 282

by e70838 (#47860135) Attached to: Is It Time To Split Linux Distros In Two?
I fully a agree. My main computer in on linux since many years. It is used as a normal desktop: browser, mail, office, scanner, printer and sometimes for development. I would like to be able to customize my development environment as if it was an independant virtual machine, but with the full power of my computer.

Comment: Re:No, because they are not compatible (Score 3, Informative) 551

by e70838 (#46163203) Attached to: Should Nuclear and Renewable Energy Supporters Stop Fighting?
Nuclear is inflexible. I think nuclear plant should produce hydrogen during low load period and that cars should run on hydrogen. In Germany, they have stopped using nuclear, the result is more pollution caused by coal. Il think nuclear is the less bad solution until solar solutions are developed.

Comment: Suicide (Score 3, Interesting) 142

by e70838 (#46098499) Attached to: Oracle Broadens Legal Fight Against Third-party Solaris Support Providers
It looks as if oracle is doing its best to make developers hate them. The problem is that developers of today often become decision makers of tomorrow. Oracle misbehaved about mysql, about java (very bad handling of security issues), about opensource software (open office, open solaris and java) and now even about solaris. I do not know if there are really short term benefits, but I think it is a long term suicide.

Comment: Re:Network Transparency ... solved (Score 1) 137

by e70838 (#45790995) Attached to: Hawaii Desktop Stable Released, Powered By Qt 5.2 & Wayland
As a real people who uses X every days, I can ensure you I have no idea where are the computers that runs the programs that are clients of my display. In fact most of these computers are virtual machines. network transparency has been the first feature of X since many years and the third main Windows program (after Word and putty) I use has been hummingbird exceed, or Xming or reflection X.

The first version always gets thrown away.