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U.S. to Host World Pres Freedom Day 2011

dvlhrns Hypocrites (2 comments)

Is it me, or is this country going to hell in a handbasket real fast ?? Oh sure, you support freedom of speech, freedom of the press ... but as soon as someone exercises that freedom (WikiLeaks), you hunt them down and try to shut them up ?? UGGGG, cannot wait to leave this horrible excuse for a country...the hypocricy has gone way to far !!

more than 3 years ago
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Did Facebook migrate to Windows Servers?

dvlhrns hmm (1 comments)

If they did move to Windows Servers, that would explain a lot of the problems and outages with Facebook lately

more than 4 years ago
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OpenOffice.org hiding from Bing?

dvlhrns Bing (1 comments)

Actually this seems more like a Bing problem...I can access the OpenOffice home page just fine from my browser :) I think MS may be filtering access due to OpenOffice being open source software...and competition against their Office suite

more than 4 years ago
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"Install Other OS" Feature removed from the PS3

dvlhrns Bad Idea (4 comments)

Wish I would have known in the past that they were doing this...I would have bought a 360 instead. The Install Other OS was the one feature that attracted me to the PS3...and if that is going away, then all I am left with is a game console :( Should have gotten a 360...at least then I'd have access to more games and a larger online community

more than 4 years ago
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NVIDIA Drops Support For Its Open-Source Driver

dvlhrns Oh Well (2 comments)

Looks like it's time to move to ATI cards

more than 4 years ago
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Game Devs Only Use PhysX For the Money, Says AMD

dvlhrns Re:Sour grapes? (225 comments)

Well, more to the point of them using their market share to influence people and companies, but sure

more than 4 years ago
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Game Devs Only Use PhysX For the Money, Says AMD

dvlhrns Re:Sour grapes? (225 comments)

Exactly what M$ does...use their marketshare to push their software that can only run on their PCs, etc, etc, etc...

more than 4 years ago
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Game Devs Only Use PhysX For the Money, Says AMD

dvlhrns What else is new (225 comments)

How is this any different then what Microsoft does ?

more than 4 years ago
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US to rely on Microsoft for Secure Cloud

dvlhrns yikes (2 comments)

Wow, here is this century's largest contradiction...MS and Secure in the same sentence

more than 4 years ago
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30,000 Schools choose Linux Over Windows

dvlhrns typical (1 comments)

Typical MS action here. Watch, shortly after their release there will be patents and copyrights, etc, etc, proclaiming their "innovation" ... LMAO ! Can't they give credit where credit is due ?? I'd hazard a guess that shortly after MS does their release, the Linux community will get a "cease and desist" letter...

more than 4 years ago
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Use Open Source? Then You're a Pirate!

dvlhrns Time to move (650 comments)

If this goes through and gets approved, then it's time to leave this country. What kind of place do we live in where doing something for the public good is criminal ? It's a sad state of affairs when people are "criminals" because they help the public... I for one will leave this country in a heartbeat if this gets approved. I hear there are countries in the world that encourage people to help the public ;)

more than 4 years ago
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Use Open Source? Then You're a Pirate!

dvlhrns Re:Seriously flawed logic (650 comments)

I could not agree more !!! It used to be that if you did something for the good of the public you were praised...now it seems we are gonna be prosecuted.

more than 4 years ago
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Enlightenment Returns To Bring Ubuntu To ARM

dvlhrns Re:Fonts are too small (198 comments)

"E17 just doesn't have a GUI for changing certain settings" ... Umm, what settings would those be ?? Have you even tried it lately ? There are gui configs for pretty much everything. Please, check the facts before posting misinformation

more than 4 years ago
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Enlightenment Returns To Bring Ubuntu To ARM

dvlhrns Re:Fonts are too small (198 comments)

That's just totally not true anymore. There are gui config dialogs for pretty much everything now.

more than 4 years ago
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Samsung Sponsors the Development of Enlightenment

dvlhrns Re:Kill the X Boondoggle Already (199 comments)

Chrome is not gonna kill or replace X so until a new server comes along we are stuck with it

about 5 years ago

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New EFL release cycle 1.7 and First ever EFL Developer Day

dvlhrns dvlhrns writes  |  more than 2 years ago

dvlhrns (1681218) writes "We'd like to announce a new release of several Enlightenment components. This release synchronizes all EFL released to have a consistent version of 1.7 for easier tracking and management. Please read the NEWS and README files in each release tarball for information on what has changed, been fixed or added. This release also corresponds with SVN revision number 75861. For more information, please see this Enlightenment news page.

We're growing and moving and it's time we had a conference of our own. So here comes the first ever EFL Developer Day. We have decided to co-locate the event alongside Linuxcon Europe which is also running alongside ELC Europe, the KVM Forum, Gluster workshop, Yocto Project Developer Day and Wireless Mini Summit. It will be held on the 5th of November at the Hotel Fira Palace in Barcelona, Spain. Plan your travel today and join in on the fun and excitement."

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Enlightenment Foundation Libraries goes Alpha !

dvlhrns dvlhrns writes  |  more than 4 years ago

dvlhrns (1681218) writes "Several core EFL libraries have now been released as alpha. !!!

Enlightenment is not just a window manager for Linux/X11 and others, but also a whole suite of libraries to help you create beautiful user interfaces with much less work than doing it the old fashioned way and fighting with traditional toolkits, not to mention a traditional window manager. It covers uses from small mobile devices like phones all the way to powerful multi-core desktops (which are the primary development environment)."

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