Microsoft's "technical department" just gave me a call...Which is strange... as I don't have ANY Microsoft products.
[I feel bad for anyone who gets fooled by these scam artists]
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Stephen Sekula FTWDr. Sekula's reply to @dw's "don't understand why people find birds chirping relaxing" https://datamost.com/dw/note/nlZWiR6nQ4KXq2YPDVGYkA is SO funny IMO just clicking "like" wasn't enough... and I'm not a big fan of "share" either...
oh this made me laugh...this was one of the suggested posters to address the decline in tourism known as the "trump-slump"
nickname on ircso, i just found out my nickname is 14% lame :|
"the 'lame nick-o-meter' reading for zykotick9 is 14.000%"
if i remove the 9, it goes down to 0% lame. if i replace the 9 with a 1, it goes up to 20%
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i found this description for the arcade game 1943:B.o.M funny"1943: The Battle of Midway is the true story of two American fighter pilots who destroyed the entire Japanese naval fleet with lasers while collecting cows."
KDE 4->5 no upgrade?!?!so i just read there is no migration of KDE from 4->5 (jessie->stretch).... because, i read, there is no migration provided by upstream. while i don't use KDE, i gotta say, this will be my new example/warning for staying away from this software from now on. Evolution broke a data upgrade for me YEARS ago, and I've never returned - add KDE to that list now.
That's not entirely true. First you'd need to clarify what you call "KDE".
There's no migration for the Plasma shell from Plasma 4 to Plasma 5, but the KDE applications migrate configurations when you go from a kdelibs4-based app to a frameworks5-based app.
Quite frankly, not migrating the Plasma shell configuration seems like a really minimal issue to me.
Of course one would need to actually use Plasma to know this. Please don't spread these kinds of rumors if you can't verify them directly ;)
>> George Standish:
“^ the Apple-school of upgrading, "just throw it out, and go buy another"”
And that's just absolutely unrelated.
Very summarized, it would be like this: KDE is a community of people, who create the following things:
- The KDE Frameworks, a set of libraries and frameworks to build their software, currently at version 5.30.
- The Plasma Desktop, currently at version 5.9.x, based on KDE Frameworks.
- The KDE Applications collection, which include things like Dolphin (file manager) or Okular (document viewer). This collection is currently at version 16.12, and includes applications built on top of KDE Frameworks 5, and a few still based on the older KDElibs 4.x. These applications do not require the Plasma Desktop.
Well, that wasn't so summarized in the end xD