Let me just add this: They won't talk TLS to any mail server, just amongst each other. And if you send a mail from Web.de to GMX you get a warm fuzzy icon in the web interface.
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Oh, but that's exactly the point here. I guess these three providers handle about 80% of germanies email traffic.
So a lot of mail traffic went directly from T-Online to Web.de. And these three companies were unable (or unwilling) to activate TLS in their configs until now.
Well, it's 2013 and they were talking plain text all this time?
And by the way: GMX/WEB.de aka "United Internet" has a data center in the Cansas.
I'm under the impression Ubuntu Unity is based on gnome3, too. Compare the running processes, there is not much difference.
I guess Bradleys state was kind of normal for the army: SNAFU.
Yeah right XFCE: as slow as gnome, but all the useful stuff (configuring external displays, automounting) does not work.
Actually it was last year. http://www.netmarketshare.com/report.aspx?qprid=9&qpaf=&qpcustom=Linux&qptimeframe=M&qpsp=143&qpnp=13
You missed it.
I can't stand Windows 95 interfaces any longer.
Well, of course that doesn't mean Linus is wrong with his comments on Gnome.
Gnome 3 is great. I'm looking forward to the next release. I used Unity for two days and switched.
I'm certain the Gnome team will get most issues fixed soon, as did the KDE team with their 4.0 version.
Gnome is still heavily backed by Redhat, as Unity is by Ubuntu. And seriously, who do you think will write the better code?
You are using Windows without ever touching the command line, seriously?
Isn't Mint just a fork from Ubuntu with a few extra packages in the repository and a few homebrewn apps?
My guess is, people 'flock' to Mint, because Mint 11 is still on Gnome 2. Last time I checked Mint application version numbers were far behind Ubuntu.
I just want to go back to Debian unstable, but I'm soooo lazy.
you may use sudo -i as well.
* Open Arena
* World of Padman
* Urban Terror
I'd be interested in Wine performance: Word of Warcraft with OpenGL, borderless window mode in a dual monitor/twinview setup.
Compositing window managers are just a bad idea for anything besides office work:
* problems with gaming, even in fullscreen mode
* problems with hd video playback, tearing
* problems with suspend