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The official datasheet on Eos version 1 ( ) has now been published for public viewing, in the interests of transparency.

Included are plans for the next release due 2019.!AsyFWxzoreYGkIt1LP

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With Eos ( launched, it'll cost.

If you can support it at all, I'd be grateful.


(for reference, this is a friend's code and I've tried different things. Sleeping or showing a message box fix it, but are not ideal solutions.)

Bug in a C# program: a for loop in response to a button press. Each loop changes one of three labels' text with randomly generated text from a static function call. With breakpoints, runs flawlessly. Without, each label ends up with the same text. Anyone have any ideas?

Blaming Russia for Brexit is misleading. Might Russia have played a part? Perhaps. But it was still Brits who voted. If you're able to be swayed by a Russian bot, then clearly you aren't thinking critically h as you should be.

I'll be honest, I don't understand why anyone would oppose having the final say on the EU deal. *It affects you.* Why wouldn't you want the ability to say "no"?

Approaching the end of the year, I'd like to plan the future of Eos:

Launching 1st Jan 2019, then development will continue, with a few changes which I'll discuss later.

Additionally, I'm looking to focus again a bit more on projects such as Ave IRC, and others. More info soon.

who has done more work for the american ppl?

boost for Luigi

ignore for the American government

So, hold on, the US Gov't want to define gender "grounded in science" as two options... But science already accounts for at least 3 sexes (and thus genders): male, female, and "other" (those who biologically do not fit either - eg, hermaphrodites or people with no sex.)

Here's an interesting thought: if you create a new position of "Suicide Prevention Minister", and then give it to someone who's consistently voted against mental health welfare support, *you don't actually care and it's really bloody obvious*. 🙃🙃

@SleepyNEET it's based on Wine, but has changes made to accommodate Steam better & translate DX API calls direct to native Vulkan, as I understand, so should be a pretty solid system imo.

So, Valve released Proton, enabling Windows games to run on Linux. Theoretically, could this then finally enable the Year of Linux that we've been hoping for? Especially given their use of the Vulkan API, which is admittedly stronger than DX12.

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can't decide whether these examples are really good or really shit

If you’re running Pop!_OS and some icons look completely out of place (like Gnome Builder), do this:

sudo apt install pop-icon-theme-extra

(And I hope the System76 folks reconsider their decision to make the icons inconsistent by default.)

Uhh... Water being diverted into the Pacific Ocean?

I believe that's the natural state of rivers: they flow into the ocean.

Can anybody PLEASE explain what he's trying to say? I fail to understand.

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