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Alessio Salvadorini
Code philosopher , with an empirical thought for and an anecdotal for . And father, like never before.
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Alessio Salvadorini 18h
Replying to @redbrogdon @sfshaza2
Can't be lazier than that, can you? 😂 Unless you've been using kotlin too long, of course - that would explain 😈😛
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Alessio Salvadorini 22h
Replying to @bocedi
Give chromebooks a try (ie kids) and then we can talk about real life 😇
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Alessio Salvadorini Sep 17
Replying to @lehtimaeki
Yes we agree then. I think the truth is in the middle. I like early market validation / 1.0, and at the same time I like test safety. So at least 1.0 could be covered with as many tests as needed, especially the difficult ones 😇
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Alessio Salvadorini Sep 17
Replying to @lehtimaeki
While the very last sentence is surely true, it doesn't imply that you need to release any 1.0. Especially very quick and dirty, hacky 1.0s are the ones that, because of lack of quality, will cost the most on the long terms, and will keep on propagating the errors over the years
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Alessio Salvadorini Sep 17
Replying to @martinjeret
Oh that's super nice! Need to try out 😇
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Alessio Salvadorini Sep 17
Replying to @Postigroup
Yes it may be possible. In the part I got randomly some parcels open, but then I could find a notification about it. But now it happens with every single vinyl. I'll contact them and see what they say
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Alessio Salvadorini Sep 17
Replying to @Postigroup
Merja, thanks for the reply. I can't fill any damage report, because there was no damage. Any single vinyl I buy gets opened, not broken or damaged, but opened, taken out and put back sometimes, other times just opened at the seal (usually some tape).
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Alessio Salvadorini Sep 17
Replying to @teemu_roos
At this point, I've to check it out ... do I?
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Alessio Salvadorini Sep 16
I don't know what's wrong with you but in the last year or so, every single I've bought comes to me seal-broken for inspection I guess. I'm buying from established record shops. What are you looking for? To me the process you've it doesn't make any sense 🤐
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Alessio Salvadorini Sep 16
let's follow the good examples!
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Alessio Salvadorini Sep 16
Replying to @pierluigirufo
It definitely should be the way further! 🚀
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Alessio Salvadorini Sep 16
Replying to @lehtimaeki
One of the most interesting taken I've seen in years. They've all the good ones: Material theme, tile manager, restoring the state at a click. I'm just skeptical on everything built on top of Gnome though 🙃 as always, let us know!
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Alessio Salvadorini Sep 16
Replying to @passsy
Security becomes even more evident and important in the context of Fuchsia, as one of its main reasons to be is the fact of the linux kernel is theoretically and potentially more vulnerable, being the kernel monolithic
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Alessio Salvadorini Sep 16
Replying to @passsy
Compare with Linux, where all the updates go via a similar centralized system (the package manager), which is not so strict though. Linux is theoretically more vulnerable. Google and Apple both they need full control over their respective market store, for security reasons
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Alessio Salvadorini Sep 16
Replying to @nisrulz
I would actually expect them to remove the soli hw completely from future pixels. Though I kind of like it 😇
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Alessio Salvadorini Sep 16
Replying to @csells @RydMike
? ☝️
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Alessio Salvadorini Sep 16
Replying to @nisrulz
Do they expose its APIs then?
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Alessio Salvadorini Sep 16
Replying to @lehtimaeki
Oh that I didn't know, thanks! Now I would like to have a chance to try one 😇
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Alessio Salvadorini Sep 15
Replying to @lehtimaeki @mahemoff
So while it's not a form factor issue (agreed), I won't get any interest in smartwatches until I see one without round screen, because I think it's the first limit to overcome
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Alessio Salvadorini Sep 15
Replying to @lehtimaeki @mahemoff
Yes I agree on that. I used a smartwatch for about 2 years, so after the initial excitement I realized the only use was to see / read notifications without reaching out the phone (like you say); anything else IMHO was limited by the round screen, which is within Wear too
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