Linked by Kroc Camen on Thu 20th Aug 2009 09:43 UTC
Podcasts What else would we talk about other than the massively [popular|controversial] article about X.org last week. We try and address a number of concerns about the article and common lines of reasoning / misunderstanding. Lastly, we move onto something completely different with topics on Google Chrome on Linux, IE6 and the two details we know about RockMelt: Rock. Melt.
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by regomodo on Sat 22nd Aug 2009 21:30 UTC
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2009-01-23

I've just been listening and generally agree with your comments about X but, as i've previously said, wow!

You guys love yourselves. Do you own the X/Linux developers. Have you paid any money on them?

Comments such as that the dev community make you want to "wring their necks"? Up until then I was with you. General douchy comments about how Mac is bug-free (the non British guy challenging those statements was a relief) was irritating. However, when the mention Mac may use the same graphics/driver implementation as x+linux it isn't seen as important.

Seriously guys, those devs owe you nothing. Whinging about what they're doing in a immature manner isn't what's needed.

Additionally you state is only good for scientific implementations. How? Also, you appear to talk about a lot of things you are sure about or have no idea. Perhaps stick to things you do know?

Edited 2009-08-22 21:36 UTC

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