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File: 17736b4d6947ead⋯.jpg (186.75 KB, 1224x874, 612:437, DG5EqFZUwAAIGBP.jpg)

 No.1026634[Reply]

wew

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 No.1039601

>>1026947

It's the unix hater. He never misses a chance to artistically screech about how bad C and Unix supposedly are.


 No.1039636

>>1039601

<Cnile replies to month old shitpost


 No.1039644

File: 0680a13313b072e⋯.jpg (23.99 KB, 340x252, 85:63, ara mom.jpg)


 No.1039651

>>1030938

>How the fuck are Americans okay with these "totally coincidental" suicides happening all over their country?

It's not reported by any news outlets so 99% of the population has no idea it happens. Just like how in Europe there is mass rapes and stabbings the media just simply ignores it ever happens. This is the same reason blacks get away with commiting half the murders per year in the US (many black on white) and virtually nothing is said or done about it. The (((handlers))) make sure it's never heard of


 No.1039673

>>1030848

That's as much of a coincidence as that pacemaker software being written in C.




File: 8e091a0b8d9d9df⋯.png (19 KB, 483x161, 3:1, itwontletmepostwithoutapic….png)

 No.1038103[Reply]

it was an acronym some anon came up with to go by when writing javascript (or judging others' use of javascript more likely lol), wasn't a big thread or anything, just a reply to someone else. I saved it but the external hard drive I had it on fucked up (don't buy toshiba HDDs, lads). I can't exactly remember what it stood for, but it was something like this

Minimal: your javascript should do its job with as little lines of code as possible, keep things simple, avoid bloat, overengineering, etc.

Optional: website should work just as well with JS disabled as it does with it enabled. There should be no compromise in usability if the user chooses not to load your javascript

Last-resort: only use javascript if there is no other way to do it; if the effect you want to achieve is impossible using just HTML/CSS (or server-side scripting I guess)

Useful: self-explanatory, your javascript code should do something useful

Safe/secure (I think): self-exp. again, but I'm not fully certain that I remember the word correctly

Kosher: can't for the life of me remember what this one stands for. something about standards compliance maybe?

I definitely misremembered a lot of that, but maybe there's a chance someone else remembers (or even the person who wrote it). otherwise post rules/guidelines you work by when writing JS, tips 'n' tricks to make it less of a pain to deal with, etc.

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 No.1039489

>>1039333

JS is open-source only in the sense binaries are open source, minified JS as commonly used to "reduce bandwidth" is completely unreadable. Also, what's the point of that extension, doing these websites' developers' job for free?


 No.1039528

>>1039489

So it's obfuscated? A lot of JS isn't very complicated though, it just calls one action or something.


 No.1039532

>>1039528

The cancerous kind of JS you'd want to replace is pretty large. I tried to extract Volafile's API from their JS once and ended up with a 1MB blob of mystery code.


 No.1039662

>>1039532

I was thinking of the superfluous JS that paints UI and opens links. File sharing sites are probably pretty complicated, since not only must they efficiently transfer data over a retarded medium, but also artificially throttle it to make goys pay up for (((premium))).


 No.1039668

>>1039532

You can never do this using the js. It's often fairly easy if you use the network tab to reverse engineer it though. This is how I figured out the API that google custom search uses eg.




 No.1035406[Reply]

>linux

>cc dbopentest.c

<implicit declaration of function ‘dbopen’

>man 3 dbopen

<Note well: This page documents interfaces provided in glibc up until version 2.1. Since version 2.2, glibc no longer pro‐vides these interfaces...

>why not?? oh its got the oracle bullshit

>grep -r dbopen /usr/include

>#include <db_185.h>

>run test

<__db_meta_setup: test.db: unexpected file type or format

>grep DB_BTREEOLDVER /usr/include/db.h

<#define DB_BTREEOLDVER 8 /* Oldest btree version supported. */

>file test.db

<test.db: Berkeley DB 1.85/1.86 (Btree, version 3, native byte-order)

I explicitly include db_185.h . Why only support version 8 btrees?

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 No.1035639

>>1035491

>Whole operating systems used to fit in 64k with space left over. Nowadays you can't download one in less than 4G.

LARPer confirmed, you've clearly never seen an embedded system, not even a mainstream one such as OpenWRT.

Of course any popular Os is going to take advantage of storage being incredibly cheaper and faster than it used to.

>LARPfags like yourself perpetuate this by suggesting the largest solution you can think of

>Implying SQLite is anywhere close to the largest when its largest precompiled distribution is less than 7 MB and the smallest is under 1 MB

>Implying you should have anything less than ACID compliance for important data

>Implying relying on obscure formats for your db won't end exactly like the OP

Again, kill yourself.

You have zero experience with real world problems and solutions, and not enough common sense to look up "SQLite download" before talking about its size.


 No.1035642

>>1035639

>1MB for a single library

>small

As I said, entire operating systems can fit into around 32KiB of memory. The fact that you prefer to use a full-fledged solution for what may well be only 10 rows of data proves that you are a retarded faggot. WHERE'S THE LAMB SAAAUUUUUCE In such cases, a simple text file containing key=value pairs delimited by newlines is much better and consumes less space.


 No.1035650

>>1035642

>complaining about a 1 MB library

>for a library that fully implements a database standard

>for a library so stable and well tested armies use it on the field

>in an age in which 1e6 MB disks are common and cheap

Nice LARP

>Pretending that OP's database is 10 rows

Then why is OP already using database software instead of a text file?

Again, you're a LARPer with no real world experience.


 No.1039522

>>1039399

nobody's going to read this, dude.


 No.1039597

>>1035427

"databases for niggers"

vs

something that actually works




File: 39a9712ed1283ac⋯.jpg (124.39 KB, 750x693, 250:231, morpheus.jpg)

 No.1036974[Reply]

The future of the internet is in your hands, goy.

>IPv6

or

>20 layers of NAT

Choose wisely.

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 No.1039460

>>1038039

>Please explain what alternatives to p2p or client-server communication exist

learn to code.


 No.1039506

>>1037150

Yes. NAT is like having one front door to your house, with individuals on the outside seeing your front door but no the rooms inside the house. No NAT means every room in your house being exposed to the outside world by a door leading directly to/from outside.


 No.1039507

>>1039459

Mass deployment of 5G will force mass adoption of IPv6.


 No.1039510

Are you guys retarded? Probably some technology would be implemented to centralize your devices. Some IPv6 firewall managed by you to create your private network who would allow or block the connections.

Something like this:

Outside Device ====> My Phone forwards request to my firewall ====> Firewall: do you/I know/trust this outside device? ====> Block or allow =====> My phone


 No.1039521

>>1039510

>you guys

pretty sure it's just one poster who thinks that NAT and p2p are A) big important deals, and B) relevant to anything.




 No.1039264[Reply]

I have seen two of these now. Stores that claim not to accept cash for goods.

Cash is great. I don't want banks collecting and selling my analytics. I don't want my card to get swiped by dodgy machines. Crypto is alright but I assume the public ledger makes it easily possible to analyse purchase history and correlate likely identities unless protective measures are taken.

On the plus side, anti discrimination legislation in Philadelphia, New Jersey and New York (proposed iirc) has banned such stores, so they won't become impossible to avoid there.

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 No.1039343

>>1039342

I think recent cases are starting to question this. There was a case that passed through the supreme court recently that made some of the relevant parts of constitution apply to the states as well. Something so obviously broken can't stand for very long


 No.1039346

File: d107242972a2d1e⋯.png (431.28 KB, 1133x640, 1133:640, no credit cards.png)

>>1039331

Where have you been for the last decade?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8Y6Dk8Ui3M&t=2m30s


 No.1039348

>Fuck is up with the triple posting?

Thread creation is bugged. To mitigate this problem, the number of threads that can be created per hour MUST be limited to only one.


 No.1039500

HI THERE! I'M A 16 YEAR-OLD ON THE INTERNET!

THIS CRYPTOCURRENCY THING WILL SAVE OUR FREEDOMS*!

BECAUSE UNLIKE EVERY SINGLE BIT OF TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPED OVER THE PAST 200,000 YEARS, THERE IS A MAGICAL REASON WHY IT CAN'T BE EXPLOITED AND TWISTED!

BECAUSE A 17 YEAR-OLD TOLD ME SO


 No.1039634

>>1039281

>Fuck is up with the triple posting? Shit nigger.

Ive seen before when making a thread 8ch gives an error but still makes the post so people see the error and go back and repost. It's not spam.




File: 695bbeac6f0c142⋯.png (31.24 KB, 333x230, 333:230, mastodon.png)

File: d5c552490533510⋯.png (21.34 KB, 800x220, 40:11, mastodon-gay.png)

 No.1027319[Reply]

I've seen the threads before about what freetard social networking is like, but holy shit, I didn't think it was that bad until I saw it with my own eyes.

I'm a musician who's into /tech/ and since I don't really social media, but I thought maybe I'd give Mastodon a try, if not to share my music and make some like-minded friends.

Mastodon.art seems all ri--

< Microaggressions ("not all men", white/man/cis-splaining, using the wrong pronouns to address someone after being corrected, etc)

Oh. Well that seems oddly out of place for a platform for art. Fuck it, let's hit up Mastodon.social instead. Their rules seem less bizarrely specific.

You'd think gays make up 75% of the population if you didn't visit any place else. Oh nice, a hairy penis in my local feed two minutes in.

Yeah, I'm not touching that piece of shit anymore. I went through more instances, and they all seem to be full of people who think their sexuality is an identity and a career. I see why normies and artists who aren't rabid weeaboo hentai fingerpainters steer clear of this shit.

Is there any freetard networks that aren't insufferable garbage like this? Or does it just come with the territory?

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 No.1039091

>>1038738

Actually, Twitter is the worst. To make a Twitter Account in the first place you must think that what you have to say (or tweet) actually matters. You need to be an attention whore. It's like namefagging, times 10. And the, what, 140 characters? They won't leave any room for sophisticated bullshit.

Sure, facebook is like crack cocaine but I despise twitter the most.


 No.1039092

>>1039091

Also, when SJW go mad and don't bother listening to you anymore, that's what I call the twitter mentality.

It's like a marriage between "oh look I'm so important! listen to me", impatience and ignorance.


 No.1039153

>>1027319

Mastodon came up on one fourms I frequent. I noticed it bans hate speech. This literally translated to if we disagree with you it's hate speech and we'll censor you. I pretty much said fuck this from the git go.


 No.1039202

File: 0e0aba4a1d6dd45⋯.jpg (84.78 KB, 774x960, 129:160, DzdD0rTXgAAbPEj.jpg:orig.jpg)

Just run your own server with other /tech/ musicians.


 No.1039457

>>1039153

That's just mastosoc, there are so many more servers on the federation it's not even funny




File: 443209dec7dcd97⋯.jpg (33.17 KB, 660x340, 33:17, 598ee248ae17f.jpg)

 No.1036938[Reply]

Is tay a secret current edge microsoft technology or is just an average AI chatbot made on tensorflow?

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 No.1037254

File: 83c58a3b02f1380⋯.jpg (56.58 KB, 460x460, 1:1, ecb975f080241ad5b724f71c20….jpg)

Tay could have been the perfect AI for robotic sex dolls.

>sigh


 No.1037258

File: 2d49308af5f503b⋯.png (195.17 KB, 480x360, 4:3, couldnt save this smile.png)

>>1036980

>the pajeet-E-O of M$ would publish anything worthy of publication.


 No.1037286

>>1036938

Microsoft hasn't made it a secret how it works, goy. They will even let you build your own systems for a (((modest fee))).

>>>/robowaifu/4559

It's definitely not TF btw.


 No.1037766

>>1037167

Kill and eat feminists and SJWs!


 No.1039610

>>1039415

stop posting retarded shit.




 No.1024810[Reply]

My computer broke while watching certain material that is illegal in my country Denmark, possession of which can land you in prison and your life ruined (motherboard failure as far as I can tell, cooler no longer working). Sensitive stuff was at the screen at the time of the occurrence. I've already cleared the HDD and RAM, are there any other components I should worry about before geting rid of the system? It's an older system so no SSD.

I'm guessing the RAM isn't a concern but it's still useful to have. I'm *guessing* the CPU won't hold any data either but what about cache and other components?

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 No.1028211

Child porn is really good fap materials!


 No.1028224

>>1027667

>overwriting your hdd with zeroes is probably enough.

Provided it's a conventional drive and not an ssd. The only reason to wipe a drive rather than utterly destroying it is if you plan on using it again. Failing that, the best way to destroy data on hhd or ssd is to physically destroy every piece of it


 No.1028249

>>1024875

this.

>>1024867

>Also you should be using FDE if ...

there is no "if".

>>1024890

this too but unlikely.

>>1027836

ehehehehehe

>>1028211

how do you know? I'm gonna report you.

>>1028224

it can't hold more data than it can hold, however. but if it's worthless to you for some reason (already malfunctioning for example), why not smash it to add more certainity.


 No.1028270

I'm stuck in this ethical dilemma whether if I should give actual advice that prevents this sort of thing from ever happening in the first place or just ignore it and let this disgusting pedo get raped in prison.


 No.1039623

>>1025021

>CCleaner

botnet and DBAN is better and safer




File: 7b951f9ad4f59ee⋯.jpg (23.31 KB, 418x438, 209:219, terry.jpg)

 No.1038295[Reply]

Aryan Public License

Copyright (c) <year> <copyright holders>

Any white person is free to copy, modify, publish, use, compile, sell or distribute

this software, either in source code form or as a compiled binary, for any purpose,

commercial or non-commercial, and by any means.

Previously stated rights do not apply if the user is of non-European origin

or has black skin color. Also, neither source code or a compiled binary

may be provided to groups described in previous statement.

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED AS IS, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,

EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF

MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT.

IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR

OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE,

ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR

OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

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 No.1039041

>>1038461

>>1038693

>>1038838

>>1038876

>Finlanders and Hungarians

>Are Slavs white?

they are unironically more white than any amerimutt can ever hope to be


 No.1039088


 No.1039297

Are pureblood Aryan Iranians white?


 No.1039298

>>1039297

Shut up.


 No.1039359

>>1039033

t. tiny yerrowdick bugman




File: c4d3c66e7b2320a⋯.jpg (136.86 KB, 768x543, 256:181, cypherpunk.jpg)

 No.1018136[Reply]

Size 177.96GB. I dare to say contains among the best books of their fields and are supposed not to repeat. It is a extremely well ordered collection by topic, and if you compare the size you soon see its value. Topics range from mathematics, physics, psychology, self improvement, survivalism, the best science fiction and fantasy literature, comics, magazines, and more. Magazines takes about 75 GB and there are many youtube videos, documentaries and conferences so you can exclude these if you want to. All books combined takes about 40 GB or so. But i really recommend downloading other stuff too since you can't really find it somewhere else easily. Did I mention is well sorted and contains only the best books?

magnet:?xt=urn:btih:488eb9134190440bbf1e77929754321c85a24c72&dn=The+All-Embracing+Library&tr=udp://tracker.openbittorrent.com:80&tr=udp://open.demonii.com:1337

It has only one seeder left right now. Used to be many more months ago. Would you kindly share this torrent on places like demonoid, piratebay and other imageboards too? That would be good.

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 No.1039134

>>1018910

Epubs are just an archive of xhtml


 No.1039155

File: 4678933bc0e25c9⋯.jpg (185.1 KB, 1024x1024, 1:1, raise-yo-hand.jpg)

>>1018182

>Who has the time and space for 200 GB of crap?


 No.1039216

>>1039087

Use Tor to download from libgen and SciHub.


 No.1039286

>>1039087

There was libgen.pw that had both libgen and scihub with https but domain name gets changed to ambry.pw and now it doesnt seem to work anymore.


 No.1040189

>>1022294

If I wanted to be happy I wouldn't be here.




File: 957095eb5bec93f⋯.png (140.19 KB, 512x512, 1:1, 957095eb5bec93f6b1d72f6393….png)

 No.983922[Reply]

Last thread:

>>915966 (https://archive.is/rQakE)

Updates

0.4.17

>ipfs 0.4.17 is a quick release to fix a major performance regression in bitswap (mostly affecting go-ipfs → js-ipfs transfers). However, while motivated by this fix, this release contains a few other goodies that will excite some users.

>The headline feature in this release is urlstore support. Urlstore is a generalization of the filestore backend that can fetch file blocks from remote URLs on-demand instead of storing them in the local datastore.

>Additionally, we've added support for extracting inline blocks from CIDs (blocks inlined into CIDs using the identity hash function). However, go-ipfs won't yet create such CIDs so you're unlikely to see any in the wild.

Features

>URLStore (ipfs/go-ipfs#4896)

>Add trickle-dag support to the urlstore (ipfs/go-ipfs#5245).

>Allow specifying how the data field in the object get is encoded (ipfs/go-ipfs#5139)

>Add a -U flag to files ls to disable sorting (ipfs/go-ipfs#5219)

>Add an efficient --size-only flag to the repo stat (ipfs/go-ipfs#5010)

>Inline blocks in CIDs (ipfs/go-ipfs#5117)

Changes/Fixes

>Make ipfs files ls -l correctly report the hash and size of files (ipfs/go-ipfs#5045)

>Fix sorting of files ls (ipfs/go-ipfs#5219)

>Improve prefetching in ipfs cat and related commands (ipfs/go-ipfs#5162)

>Better error message when ipfs cp fails (ipfs/go-ipfs#5218)

>Don't wait for the peer to close it's end of a bitswap stream before considering the block "sent" (ipfs/go-ipfs#5258)

>Fix resolving links in shPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.1039030

>>1038897

Didn't help, crapped itself after less than 5 minutes. Thanks for your suggestion.


 No.1039037

>>1038874

dht is just really heavy. no consumer nat router can handle it well. they are designed for normie web browsing not having thousands active connections at the same time and thats what dht does.


 No.1039255

>>1039037

Why is it done at the router level? How much router RAM is needed in order to use it without problems?


 No.1039270

File: 7ae212d7a2a4f4c⋯.jpg (50.88 KB, 303x311, 303:311, 0_int.jpg)

>>1007543

Have you ever wondered why if you make an empty folder and check the size of it you get 0 bytes even if it has a long name? The name is not a part of the file, if you manually open up the memory of a file you won't find its filename in the header because it's not a part of a file. This is also why when you wipe a hard drive and have to perform data recovery you lose all the filenames and metadata, that stuff is all stored in one place in the file system.


 No.1041943

>>984228

>Numbering threads is a tradition

Not when it an eterna-bread newfaggot.




File: 5c1877cb4242181⋯.png (29.9 KB, 320x280, 8:7, gnunet-anonymous-logo.png)

 No.1037641[Reply]

GNUnet is a new network protocol stack for building secure, distributed, and privacy-preserving applications. With strong roots in academic research, our goal is to replace the old insecure Internet protocol stack.

GNUnet provides privacy by design, improving addressing, routing, naming and content distribution in a technically robust manner - as opposed to ad-hoc designs in place today.

https://gnunet.org

Discuss

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 No.1038788

File: ca75783e004b663⋯.jpg (36.57 KB, 428x466, 214:233, Hairy_hobbit (1).jpg)

have they developed GUNTnet beta yet?


 No.1038827

>>1038424

I just tried it in my debian installation, and it werked for file sharing.

Can't seem to find logs for it, or a man page. But it did not work at all last time I tried it, so that's cool.


 No.1038843

>>1038827

Nvm, there is a --help option.

I'll mess around with this for a bit it looks nice.


 No.1039057

>>1038739

This could be prevented with neural networks automatically deleting (((porn))).


 No.1039084

>>1038739

>It's easy to build, but difficult to moderate.

> but difficult to moderate.

>be tor user

>can't post images because tor users are blacklisted from uploading images

>be gnunet user

>can't post images because gnunet users are blacklisted from uploading images




File: b8bd29d99bfba80⋯.jpg (125.93 KB, 480x608, 15:19, 1532980391807.jpg)

 No.1037973[Reply]

>an anonymous textboard or imageboard

>but the topic is always some link on the internet

>aka nobody can make threads, the threads already exist, just only a few of the millions of links have "replies" just as a thread would

>can be an extension to your browser or a standalone program (gui/tui/cli)

>will tell you if there's comments on "this link/page"

>really useful to see what people think on links where the comment section was censored

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 No.1038080

>>1038055

How though? Both are drawings, and cub is probably a bit further from fitting the cheese pizza definition by depicting characters that aren't/don't look human or even some special snowflake species that doesn't actually exist. or am I missing something, and it refers to 3DPD as well?


 No.1038081

>>1038080

what you're missing is the sheer degeneracy of furries as a group. give them a pass "because it's cartoons" and they'll be sharing pics of human toddlers getting manipulated by suited men into involuntarily raping canine toddlers to death with nail bats.


 No.1038554

>>1038081

I'm pretty sure they'd do so regardless.


 No.1038842

Tor

I2P


 No.1038943

>>1038842

yeah putting the comments behind tor or i2p would automatically give you a lot of assurance of privacy.




File: ba6b3ea35f679e0⋯.png (24.66 KB, 300x395, 60:79, Debian_logo.png)

 No.1033498[Reply]

>Debian was first announced on August 16, 1993, by Ian Murdock, who initially called the system "the Debian Linux Release". The word "Debian" was formed as a portmanteau of the first name of his then-girlfriend (later ex-wife) Debra Lynn and his own first name.

What sort of castrated cuckold names an OS after his girlfriend? Freetards are pathetic.

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 No.1038675

>>1038652

>other degenerates

tfw when you just emptied your server


 No.1038735

>>1038634

>Debian has a swirl logo as a cue for pedophiles to discover and use it with the Tails system to protect their computers from LE

Tails came literal decades after Debian tho.


 No.1038845

File: 4775495e932747f⋯.jpg (14.21 KB, 236x312, 59:78, spiral.jpg)

File: 3300b06e81f6143⋯.jpg (15.15 KB, 188x300, 47:75, donjuan.jpg)

>>1038634

It's the spiral according to native American spiritual practices. Not everything is related to Jews and the Bible.

Read some books on mesoamerican sorcery and other Amerind seer practices. This will make more sense to you.


 No.1038896

>>1038650

Imagine being such a liberal pussy that you fake police brutality and commit suicide just to try to rile up support for anti police movements to "save the vulnerable minorities".

>>1038434

A modern tragedy. Almost feel bad for him.


 No.1038932

>>1033622

obama did this




File: d7d3d0e1eab6307⋯.jpg (69.97 KB, 900x506, 450:253, LibreOffice-6.2-Released.jpg)

 No.1028404[Reply]

OFFICE FAGS ON SUICIDE WATCH

> The new Tabbed UI is ready for release! Writer, Calc, Impress and Draw have complete Tabbed UI versions. It has been moved out of experimental. Try it out by selecting it in (View ▸ User Interface). (Andreas Kainz)

>The New Groupedbar Compact UI is also ready for release! Writer, Calc, Impress and Draw have complete Groupedbar Compact UI versions. It has been moved out of experimental. Try it out by selecting it in (View ▸ User Interface). (Andreas Kainz)

>other shit

https://www.libreoffice.org/download/download/

https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/ReleaseNotes/6.2

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 No.1038900

File: 2b8fd00e0e4e9c1⋯.jpg (20.44 KB, 432x288, 3:2, 1398091323122.jpg)

>Office still lightyears ahead of Google and Libre


 No.1038911

File: 06476dc935ccabf⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 1.41 MB, 1976x4759, 1976:4759, 91c0ab7ab9dea7e8536cf19794….png)

>>1028913

>>1028946

>not posting the full pic


 No.1038914

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>>1036780

Please do not bully the Unity, it actually got good after years of initial clunkiness. Trusty Tahr was the peak for Ubunut. Now we got people looking at Guh-nome 3's shitty brain-dead burger menu shit and thinking it was just like Unity.


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>>1028429

Anyone got screenshots from earlier versions? Very curious the evolution of the UI, especially in V1


 No.1038916

Time to move to Apache OpenOffice bois, the true successor to IBM Lotus Symphony, with no ribbonshit




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