Re: Good software is invisible.
But that sounds like "made for measure", how oldskool. Is it still done, nowadays?
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We have the 1st november as a holy day: All Saints. "halloween" is the evening before, the holy evening, imported from the (less and less) USA. Just as we imported "santa claus" for Christmas, since the cowboys couldn't keep Sint Nicolaos' feast from the 6th of december apart from Xmas. With Sint Niklaas our children get presents as he would have resuccitated three kids that were butchered. But that was a secret known only in France and the low countries.
Let me get this straight: doing nothing on an AMD will now be faster?
I applied the patch to 5.19.11 kernel and built it before and after (using 8 of the 16 available "processors"). Time reported a very small improvement which I didn't notice.
Perhaps this was meant to be an october's foolsday joke?
Please react the way young Linus would have done and show me the error of my ways.
PS. I've got nothing but AMD in the house, be it lap-, desk- or over the top.
You were wondering if I was a troll, while you're not afraid of writing lies, based on facts you get from your "tame German". And I doubt even that, since I had nothing but alsatians for forty years, and they are smarter than that.
"Fußgänger haben mit und ohne Fußgängerüberweg Vorrang gegenüber aus dem Kreisverkehr ausfahrenden Fahrzeugen.". Also: https://www.stvo2go.de/kreisverkehr-fussgaengerueberweg/
"Justthefacts", eh? TBH with the H from "high".
Perhaps Google doesn't bother with the law of a specific country?
I quote from our "road code" (https://wegcode.be/wetteksten/secties/kb/wegcode/177-art19):
Artikel 19. Richtingverandering
Het verlaten van een rotonde is een richtingsverandering waarbij de richtingaanwijzers wel gebruikt moeten worden.
19.5. De bestuurder die van richting verandert moet voorrang verlenen aan de voetgangers die de rijbaan oversteken die hij gaat oprijden.".
I try to translate.
Article 19. Changing direction.
Leaving a roundabout is a change of direction where indicators need to be used.
19.5. A driver changing direction has to give right of way to pedestrians crossing the road he intends to take".
Did you know that you are part of the larger group? 80% of drivers with a driver's license fail in a road code test.
My first reaction was "that will depend on the size of the placards", but then I realized that in Poland, an the other countries he drove through before getting to Perfidious Albion, when you leave a roundabout (magic ones excepted), pedestrians have right of way.