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Postby kenetics » Fri Jan 26, 2007 10:15 am

Yes, that's why we have Gnome and KDE. 8)

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Re: 3D and 4D

Postby npap » Sat May 07, 2016 2:24 pm

To all new members of the forum, we offer a free time travel ticket :lol:
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Re: 3D and 4D

Postby Portreve » Sat May 07, 2016 6:16 pm

Wow!

I just got back, and you won't believe the cool stuff that's in LM35. Cinnamon's successor's successor is still a little bit rough around the edges, but that's to be expected since it uses the new hypercubic rendering mode.
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Re: 3D and 4D

Postby Fred Barclay » Sat May 07, 2016 9:42 pm

Where did you go, Portreve?

I just got back from 2284. The YVE (Yet another Veterans Entourage) has just forked Devfyve from Debian after a bitter fight over systemh, the replacement for the replacement for the replacement for the replacement of systemd. Linux Mint still leads the pack as most popular Linux distro, though no one bothers to check Distrowatch anymore--600 million distros are impossible to search through.

After the one-world government failed, no one wanted anything to do with "unity", so Ubuntu switched to Amnity as their desktop and changed their motto from "Humanity to others" to "I still can't install Debian."

Clem is still alive and leading the Mint project after using the time machine so much that he became immortal. Unfortunately, he's also stuck at 17 years old--old enough to write decent code, but not old enough to realise that one cannot follow rock bands around Europe and simultaneously code well. His house is painted mint-green, but the walls are plastered with posters and bumper stickers. Nevertheless, he seems reasonably happy.

Oh, almost forgot to mention. Microsoft is still kicking and insisting their products are relevant in the "real world", though the user percentage is commonly reported to be from 2-5%. It's a bit of poetic justice, don't you think?
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Re: 3D and 4D

Postby samriggs » Sun May 08, 2016 2:46 am

Just got back from 1888 love the Victorian age.
Thought I would beat bill to the punch and create the kernel before he had any hope of starting anything and start the Steampunk era but all the talk of binary and lasers almost got me burnt at the stake, villagers ran after me with pitchforks screaming obscenities.
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