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Comment: Google+ and LKML (Score 2) 381 381

You post publicly on both Google+ and the LKML. Some of your posts get a lot of attention on G+ like naming the next version 3.20 or 4.0, which is a different audience than the Linux Kernel mailing list.

What do you like and dislike about communicating on either platform, Google+ or the LKML? How do you feel about their respective audiences? Do you enjoy the tools you use to participate in public discussions on Google+ and the LKML?

Comment: Re:High fat? (Score 1) 244 244

Processed foods have been shown to be less nutritious and healthy. Man has yet to improve on nature in this area.

Well, you can use nature to naturally process foods, such as fermenting them. What did people eat before refrigeration? Dried and fermented meats and vegetables.

How do you keep cabbage good all winter long? Make sauerkraut. Cucumbers? Pickles. Grapes? Wine. Etc.

Comment: Re:Chrome - the web browser that's added as bloatw (Score 1) 240 240

I'm curios if webmasters are treating IE the opposite relative to the once-dominance of IE6.

Maybe now all the "if IE" conditionals result in a purposely shitty experience, instead of targeting quirks in specific versions.

<!--[if IE]><link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="shitty-on-purpose.css" /><![endif]-->

Comment: Re:DANE (Score 1) 176 176

Missing the point. Of course end users don't care. But if the browsers supported DANE and performed their own DNSSEC lookups if the local resolver can't, then DANE could work.

If the destination site doesn't publish their certs and/or designated CAs in DNS, then the old "trust all built-in CAs" will still apply.

Getting the job done is no excuse for not following the rules. Corollary: Following the rules will not get the job done.

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