Redundant? OK...I was adding to his point. Maybe someone just didn't like what I said.
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Mod parent up. Slashdotters (and the technology world in general) need to be less pretentious about everything.
There are legitimate reasons why Acid3 isn't that important of a test, but that isn't one of them.
So, my points for discussion are:
1. Do we need to start again, or continue patching what we have?
2. Is the paradigm I suggested valid? Is it possible to write a data centric OS?
3. Describe is your ideal operating."
The news was also picked up by Investment and Business News —
"Whilst France is currently in the throws of a vicious election campaign, it seems that quietly in the background another victory has taken place. The victory isn't just for freedom, it seems that the victory is for free software."
The article goes on to indicate momentum for Linux on the desktop in France after the Peugeot deal as well
"That Linux is accelerating rapidly in the server market is not in doubt, that it is now starting to make headway on the desktop should be a strong indicator of things to come.""
Article PIC: http://www.tweaknews.net/reviews/antec_notebook_c
"At last, a notebook cooler that is actually practical. If anyone is in the market for a notebook cooling solution, your searching is over. This product is small, simple, ergonomic and actually useful. Finally someone realizes that you don't have to use a huge metal pad to cool a laptop accordingly.""