Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 15th Jul 2013 22:08 UTC
Linux "Substantially improved support for the power management features of modern Radeon graphics cores is among the major new additions of the now available first release candidate of Linux 3.11. For this release, Linus Torvalds changed the code name from 'Unicycling Gorilla' to 'Linux for Workgroups' and modified the logo that some systems display when booting: it now depicts a Tux holding a flag with a symbol that is reminiscent of the logo of Windows for Workgroups 3.11, which was released in 1993." Just awesome. Nothing else.
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BluenoseJake
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2005-08-11

The 3rd version is when MS usually gets something right. Then they slowly start picking away at it, until at some point in the future, it sucks again.

examples:

VB 3 was awesome, vb 4 and 5 sucked, vb 6 was good
Windows 3.0 was when it started catching on, it was the first really useful Windows release.
Internet Explorer 3 was the first half decent version of IE, 4 was even better, 5 was ok, and well, we all know about 6

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