* Posts by Mister Goldiloxx

8 posts • joined 17 Apr 2018

Dust off that old Pentium, Linux fans: It's Elive

Mister Goldiloxx

Re: If it's snappy on old kit...

Wait, they made a movie AND Netflix series out of an awesome TV show?! #Danger

Micro Focus offloads Linux-wrangler SUSE for a cool $2.5bn

Mister Goldiloxx

Re: "Not a bad price for free software"

Where is beer free? Please advise!

Void Linux gave itself to the void, Korora needs a long siesta – life is hard for small distros

Mister Goldiloxx

Re: Void can be forked

They should call the fork 'Avoid', because that's what the original developer is doing to them.

Windows Notepad fixed after 33 years: Now it finally handles Unix, Mac OS line endings

Mister Goldiloxx

People use Notepad?!

When I used Windows, I used NotePad Light (there is also a paid version) for text files.

Since I switched to Linux I use Geany as a text editor, as it most resembled NoteTab Light.

Firefox to feature sponsored content as of next week

Mister Goldiloxx

I have ONE (and only one) piece of software that crashes daily on both my Linux laptop AND my Android phone: Firefox. As such, I'm leaning towards just removing it altogether...now.

It's not you, it's Big G: Sneaky spammers slip strangers spoofed spam, swamp Gmail sent files

Mister Goldiloxx

Re: Once again, Google pissing all over RFC standards

Deja News was awesome!

Oracle demands dev tear down iOS app that has 'JavaScript' in its name

Mister Goldiloxx

"HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, HTML, Snippet Editor"

Change the name to HTML5, CSS, 'Coffee' Script, HTML, Snippet Editor.

Everyone will know what it is. And THIS petty crap is why I won't use Oracle.

SAP okays Java EE being Eclipsed, six months after Oracle's announcement

Mister Goldiloxx

"That nuance might explain the delay in the “stance” appearing, as Oracle’s on Java EE decision was revealed in September 2017. SAP’s thinking was published on Monday, April 16th, six months later."

September to April is 7 or 8 months, depending on the day in September.


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