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I genuinely do not understand why anyone would use KDE in the current year.
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>>81142956
> working implementations already exist
> already
It has been 12-13 years and almost nothing was ported / reimplemented.

What was ported is unstable bloat - GNOME or worse. Things like desktop automation frameworks (autokey and such) do not even work since Wayland delegates everything to compositors that only have pretty shit implementations. It's an absolute train wreck again, like the GNOMES they mostly seem to think they need to support some pleb consumer with a tablet that will never do anything much.
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Personally I use KDE3 which as far as I am concerned is essentially perfect except for the multiple monitor management which is absolute trash.
My problem with GNOME is simply that it is the worst DE in every way.
It isn't pretty like KDE can be
It doesn't run smoothly like TDE or LXDE
It isn't customizable like KDE or MATE
It takes up more resources than almost every DE I can think of except maybe Cinnamon

It's weird because while GNOME is pretty bad, MATE until GTK3 was more or less the best
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>>81143099
>It has been 12-13 years and almost nothing was ported / reimplemented.

>gtk works
>qt works
>the only de that matters works
>tiling autism works

>hurr nothing works
Sometimes I wonder if /g/tards live in some kind of parallel dimension.
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>>81143098
I do not accept these excuses. Supporting XFCE4, awesome and fluxbox (even as partial reimplementations) as well as remote desktops, desktop automation and so on is the benchmark and requirement for an Xorg replacement.

The result after 13y or what it is now is just pathetic. A few mostly unstable DE/WM. GNOME not even doing things with Wayland (e.g. DBUS in many situations rather than Wayland IPC). Everything delegated to half assed software supposed to be reimplemented below Wayland and configuration is a bigger mess than with Xorg. It's really just bad.
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Works on my machine

Smart people join faang to help build massive surveillance. How do we normfags escape?
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>>81143026
so they're not so smart then.
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>>81143089
>herding the niggercattle
>not smart
They are smart, you are not.
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>>81143026
Is joining faang and play the good sheep until you are trusted and then destroy it all the ultimate /g/-move?
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>>81143151
No the ultimate /g move is to work there 10 years, then retire in a house in the middle of nowhere and shitpost all day.
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>>81143376
>10 years
too long. You can reach 1m after 4 years.

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Sorry for a homework question, but I'm getting desperate.

Are there any examples of the following working basic web functionality:
1) uploading an image;
2) adding a watermark overlay on top of the uploaded image.
Nothing more.
I've been struggling this whole day but I'm not getting it to work in any way.
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>>81142979
>PHP
https://github.com/search?q=php+upload+image+watermark&type=
I have no idea if this works but it looks simple:
https://github.com/anildsvv14/php-multiple-upload-with-watermark
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>>81143112
>https://github.com/anildsvv14/php-multiple-upload-with-watermark
Doesn't seem to work :(
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>>81142601
have you tried using ffmpeg?
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>>81143287
I'm retarded I meant have you tried using imagemagick?
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>>81143299
Gonna look into it

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tomorrow i will begin learning programming
goodnight everyone
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>>81141317
Turn your Navi OFF
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>>81141108
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>>81141108
>Anon died in his sleep that night.
RIP in Pepeloni
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>>81141108
Always tomorrow....
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I want to turn that tomato into paste, if you catch my drift.

I want to get started in C++. What libraries do I need to know to do cool, useful stuff? Inb4 boost.
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>>81142854
None. Only <vector>
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I don't know because I also started, but because a lot of people will see this post, what image manipulation library should I use?
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>>81142854
First
>learn modern CMake and make a reusable project template
Then
>learn how to integrate linting/static analysis into your project template
After that
>use fmtlib
>use any argparse-equivalent
>learn how to set up a Qt or GTK/WxWidgets GUI app
>learn ASIO
>learn more of the stdlib
>use C++17 std::optional or tl::optional
>use C++17 std::variant or mpark::variant
>learn some linalg library like Eigen
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>>81142854
install gentoo faggot

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Does using Jewgle Ads, Facebook and Instagram to promote your business make you a shit-tier normie or a moneychad?
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>>81143275
I don't know and I don't care. If money is in your best interest, then the same should apply to you as well.

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Question for owners: Do you use it for science and engineering textbooks, research papers and the like? How often do you encounter plots or diagrams where grayscale is not enough to understand them properly?

I know there's e-paper with basic color capability now but they all have major downsides
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>>81140473
I just want an e-reader around the size of an A4 sheet (so 10-13 inches) for under 150€. I don't care about response time
Why chinks haven't come with one yet??
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>>81140473
honestly, ereaders for textbooks is a meme. Not so bad when you're going by page by page, like doing questions, but quickly cross-referencing concepts a chapter ago is a pain in the ass. Judicious use of bookmarks helps, but flicking the pages of a textbook is just easier.
Too bad higher education books cost shittons.
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>>81140473
>grayscale is not enough to understand them properly?
LOL
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>>81142802
>10-13 inches)
ITS NOT A BOOK, BUT PLAYBOY MAGAZINE
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>>81141583
E-readers have very slow refresh "rate" compared to devices with normal screens. (Technically it's refresh speed since they only need to refresh the screen only when a change is happening at the screen, but each refresh is slow is on average hundreds of milliseconds slow) This wouldn't be so bad with static content like books, however whenever you turn a page or press a button there is a very noticeable lag. It's especially egregious with touchscreen e-readers because when you press a button on the screen you don't get immediate feedback and you may instinctually press the screen again at which point it'll register it as a button press for the new screen that didn't even show itself yet.
Good e-readers give you an option to vastly improve their refresh speed at the cost of page/image quality. My Onyx Boox has this option, if you put it at maximum refresh speed it can even play Youtube videos, albeit in grayscale and wtih lower fps than the source.

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Are there any drawbacks to having your PC run 24/7 with no restarts?
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>>81141828
The only drawbacks to having a computer on all the time are energy, wear on parts, and dust.

That's it.

Just like a car more mileage and heat is more wear and tear on the eternals. But I believe that the heat cycling is actually worse. When things get gold they shrink but expand when they heat up.

So tldr, no just electric.
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>>81141990
wear on parts is a myth, the only wear you can cause is if you run it outside of its thermal or power limitations such as overclocking or
over volting
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>>81141828
Ive run my pc from 2014 24/7 and had no problems. Decommissioned it in 2019 and built a new pc.

Ive been running a file server for 24/7 for around 2 years now and with all of the hardware never going over 40c even in the most demanding tasks I'm pretty sure everything is going well.
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>>81141828
Electricity costs
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Been running a mac mini 2010 server model 24/7. Only shut down to clean and to upgrade to ssd. Daily driver for many tasks. Only use windows for gaymen and CAD. Linux (Debian) for online work etc..

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>bloats web development to the point of dysfunction forcing the industry to adapt a new technology based on kernel namespaces and containers in order to run its web apps
Nothing personal truscum
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>>81134922

Nodejs is far from lightweight.
If you use it for Backend, you are retarded.
If you use nodejs runtime to develop webapps then its ok.
Web is shit. Js is shit. JQuery ends up in untestable, undebuggable bullshit.
In web react, agular, vue and svelte are 100% ok.

BUT the bloat is the fault of webdevs. Webdevs are 100% retarded lazy fucks. 1000 gorillion npm libraries 666 MB of unused bootstrap shit, material ui, and javascript. Untreeshakable bullshit because webdevs are to retarded to create tooltips or some shit. Webdevs don't understand Dom size. Don't understand mudularisation/codesplitting, don't understand Virtual DOM drawbacks.
Don't understand memoryleaks because of 2038 jabillion eventlistener or undiscarded polling mechanism or in case of rxjs subscriptions.

Node JS Runtime for webdev 100% ok. Everything before was worse.
Everyone who uses js as a real BE should lick stones in hell.
Not node JS is bloat but webdevs are.
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>>81139944

Are you retarded?
You just need to pass some jvm parameters:
Xms128m -Xmx128m
Now its working. Wooo oooh aaah. How magical.
Nodejs for frontend is fine. Fur backend fuck no. Multithreadding sucks monkey ball. And most devs don't understand the concept of memoryleaks. Which on my expirience happen often in NodeJS backend.
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>>81141531
Seconded. Read the fucking manual how to use the jvm.
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>>81138585
>you just can't make a jit-ed language with dynamic typing and float for everything fast, it's juts not possible by design.
t. doesn't understand what jit means
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>>81135678
Yeah, Google made Go only to use Node.js everywhere. Shit bait, 0/10.

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There is nothing more retarded than calling Linux GNU/Linux, it is simply a cope devised by the cucks in the FSF and anybody who calls it Gnu/Linux is complicit. Now, i'm not saying that gnu didn't do shit for linux, because they did, however their contributions don't deserve the gnu / in front of linux why? Because the software you run on your os no matter how big a part of the os it is, can always be ported to other oses, the only real difference between oses is the kernel and linux's kernel is called linux therefore the whole os is called linux.
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>>81143190
Then, for example:
Why isn't Windows XP called NT?
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>>81143206
It technically is, except nobody calls it that because windows xp is a better name than Microsoft/NT 5

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>Links
Wiki: https://coom.tech/
https://rentry.co/coom

>Endchan Board (because the jannies here hate us)
https://endchan.net/cumg/

>What is /cumg/
In this thread we discuss technology and software for cooming, data-hoarding, scripts, and more.
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>>81142464
Bump
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>>81142464
PEDOS MUST HANG!

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technology thatll raise my self esteem?
im so close to just lashing out
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>>81142095
Already took them. Prescriptions are on point.
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>>81141930
Whatever you're currently doing isn't working. Do literally anything else.
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>>81141958
spbp
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>>81141930
install gentoo. it'll make you feel based and redpilled
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Tren

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>Not sure what private trackers are all about?
The mission of /ptg/ is to promote the highest possible standards of tracker service by providing members with opportunities for professional development, by recognizing technical competence through examinations and by advancing the interests of its members.

>Have a question?
- FAQ https://archive.is/UVQkn
- WIKI https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Private_trackers
- PYRAMID (Updated 2021-01-16) https://femto.pw/4v8m
- STUDY https://www.cambridge.org/core/services/aop-cambridge-core/content/view/2F379FE0CB50DF502F0075119FD3E060
- SPREADSHEET https://hdvinnie.github.io/Private-Trackers-Spreadsheet/

Use >>>/g/ptg as a link to find the /ptg/ thread.

>Remember the following:
>READ THE OP BEFORE MAKING A FUCKING QUESTION YOU RETARDED FAGGOT
>It doesn't matter if you use the same username in different trackers, the staff still share your IP with each other.

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>>81140810
How to join Chink Trackers?
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>>81143772
Allegedly you can't because it's dead.
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>>81143772
From other chink trackers.
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>>81143946
Why are you not anonymous? Your anonymity is important, anon.
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>20:1 ratio on EMP torrent
>still only seeder
...
also rip /ptg/
last thread

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Following Apple's line of reason to block NSFW chat rooms on Discord for iOS, shouldn't Apple block adult sites on iOS browsers as well?
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>apple bans cancer
Huh?
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>>81141622
i want to nakadashi kuroko
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>>81140335
I hope they do it soon and block 4chan and 4channel as well. We might finally be free from iToddlers.
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>>81140335
Nice now I am going to purchase an iphone.
Apple is so based .
Coomers BTFO
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>>81141586
even that's based

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Please give me link to the bigest TOR imageboard
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>>81142970
Propably this is the biggest imageboard on tor jthnx5wyvjvzsxtu.onion
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>bigest
Could be KC but i don't know any other board that allows Tor posting to be honest.




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