Be sure to compare to the list of features in Banshee but not Exaile, then see which list is longer.
If it's not 33% more features in Exaile than Banshee, then that 33% more RAM figure has only one explanation: Python bloat.
Thank you very much for leaving Linux. I hope your talents will as useful to Apple as they have been to Linux.
Again, thank you very much for leaving Linux.
To make MC and Gnumeric better? Or to use an environment that runs well on Linux to run Pinta, Banshee and MonoDevelop which some users (like myself) are using.
Say to me other OSS superstars in desktop area? I know that are many, but I can think just one other name out of my mind (with no disrespect to others): Aaron Seigo, the Nokia corporation backed guy. I like Matz as a great Ruby guy, but there is no GUI person I'm aware to be as popular and passionate about IT.
this is a good news but i guess he might be back
But just to be annoying, I'll point out that not having vi makes an OS not Unix.
Sued with a garbage lawsuit that forbade them to distribute without any good basis and settled out-of-court under terms that left almost all (out of 18,000 files, remove 3 and add notices to 70) of the source distributable.BSD is not even a real unix, case they had to rewrite their OS after they were sued by USL cause they outright copied Unix. It turns out they were shit at rewritting a OS (while linus was good) su that the resulting 4.4BSD-lite was not an OS cause it could not boot.
And to be fair: the Open Group also creates stuff like:Apple is not a supporter of UNIX standard, they are just giving thier scraps and shit to BSD who loves getting raped and taken advantage of.
BTW, the open group has got nothing to do while open source or linux. If fact they actually create closed software and work with proprietary unix companies. They only certify unix or unix-like systems if they are proprietary.
http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...tem&px=MTIxNTU (ICS is the maintainer, but the Open Group is the primary copyright owner)
and CDE (the Open Group recently relicensed to LGPL) and http://www.opengroup.org/dce/download/ (an older permissively-licensed version is a key part of Wine and Samba).
And they provide a free 12-month license to use their certification testsuite on any open source OS, upon request by the developers.
And they also provide/developed and contributed to the Linux Foundation free testsuites for LSB, FHS, and related certifications.
Wait, what did you say?