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roman 🦄🐡 12 Apr 18
In a fast moving world of software development, forces you to slow down and learn right things. If you are a software developer, I recommend you to try it.
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roman 🦄🐡 13 Apr 18
Bluetooth removal is in "Assorted improvements" of 5.6 _I guess_ nobody was using/maintaining Bluetooth and it's been removed to minimize security risks. , do you happen to know?
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Bryan Steele 🦋 13 Apr 18
I'm not very familiar, but the implementation had too many issues for it to be salvageable, it was treated like a network protocol which turned out to be the wrong design. Commit message suggests it also simply didn't work:
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Bryan Steele 🦋 13 Apr 18
For most users, it's not a big concern. For example a lot of wireless HID devices (Logitech) aren't actually BT, but instead are uhidev(4) compatible. USB is typically always an option. The only thing I can think of is wireless headphones, in which case.. 3.5mm FTW.
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