Ahhh... so it's like cricket, then?
You say , "... the behaviour should be correct the first time..." and this is wrong. The behaviour should be *selectable* by the user. That's why folks are asking for checkboxes and configuration dialogs. The behaviour cannot possibly be "correct" because it is a preference and what I prefer may not be what you prefer.
I realize that the Gnome folks really believe there is only one correct way for the desktop to look and behave, but they are wrong.
They do that deliberately just to keep you away.
Allright, according to you the guy's a prick. So how does that extrapolate to saying no to an LTS release of Ubuntu Gnome?
I've a fresh install of Mint 16 here on a Thinkpad with an AMD RV710 and the Mesa driver seems to be working fine. Steam games & Netflix work a treat. I haven't installed Chrome, though, it's performance my suck but Chrome is easily avoidable.
Could it be the chances of grabbing a really fast internet connection are better there than in the US?
In any case, my thanks to the OpenWrt folks!
Everyone wants improvement & no-one is willing to pay for it.
So how does "Researcher Adam Langley" get access to the code in order to do "an analysis of the vulnerable code in OS X"?
Do these experts have access to the source via some agreement with the vendor?
I've seen the Beta and don't like it. I've seen several comments saying there are other places to go for tech news/discussions. What are these other sites?
I've not seen a tech news site with lively discussions and it's the discussions I'm interested in. I've learned more from the discussions here on (old) Slashdot than the stories.
What are some tech news/discussion websites I should check out?
I feel safer already!
A few times I've heard an Irish use the term "gobshite" and I wasn't sure what it meant 'till today.
Well, I sure missed *that* call.
If you're referring to the MOTOPHONE F3, that's not what you want. I have one & everything is fine untill you actually start talking on it, then the battery drops very quickly. It's a mystery to me how such a simple phone can have such lousy talk time.
I remember when SuSE was one of the only distros, perhaps the only one, which used reiserfs as the default filesystem. No, there's no punchline. This was when you could buy it in a box (including the little chamelon pin) off the shelf at CompUSA. SuSE has always had a fascination with new filesystems.
I have 3 USR Sportsters, 2 USR Couriers, and a Multitech Multimodem (the one with the LCD status display). What I don't have is a live phone line to connect them to.