I kinda feel like Motorola sent out some press releases recently. On cnn.com, two of the four “personal tech” stories are about Motorola, and not anything particularly new. The Razr’s been out for a while, but they both relate to it in various ways. The first is essentially a history of the cell phone, and the second’s lede looks like it was copied straight out of a press release.
Physicists found the “most nearly perfect” liquid ever observed. Apparently that means it’s almost nearly perfect, but not quite near. Perhaps that means it’s actually perfect, if it’s mostly near perfect. Not really sure.
Daniel, indeed. I’d love it if random other distros started using my X (or whatever) packaging. Until they started filing bugs in Gentoo bugzilla asking for free support so they can charge to support their users, of course. =)
It’s 1:20 a.m. and I have a biophysics midterm at 1 p.m. that I haven’t started studying for.
Looking forward to it.
Seems like this feature could be pretty interesting for emulating cluster architectures: screenshots.
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I ran across this page today after seeing it linked from an interesting comparison of bug resolution across OSS projects and distros. It’s very worth reading for everyone who uses Bugzilla, on either side of the picture.
BTW, a large proportion of Gentoo’s bugs are duplicates too. It’s not just GNOME. At a guess, I’d put it at 25%, although I may be skewed from just the X bugs I see.