On Sonntag 14 Februar 2010, Alan McKinnon wrote:
> On Saturday 13 February 2010 14:07:05 Volker Armin Hemmann wrote:
> > > I agree with the concept that people who don't want KDE dependancies,
> > >
> > > e.g. dbus, shouldn't use KDE apps. Therefore, I avoid amarok,
> > > kaffeine, kplayer, etc. What got me started in this thread was the
> > > fact that what had been a formerly-standalone media player
> > > (audacious), now pretty much demands dbus. dbus would be "bundled in"
> > > to my "basic service", i.e. ICEWM.
> > #except that dsbus is not a KDE application. Just grep to portage tree
> > for apps that use dbus.
> > The result might be a bit shocking.
> > Btw, do you have a car? But certainly you drive stick. Unsyncronized.
> Oy! What are you trying to say?
> All my cars are stick. Down here in deepest darkest Africa you pay a
> premium for auto so no-one in their right mind buys them except old ladies
> and trendy hippy naffs. And we need a clutch to get the car out of the
> potholes that adorn the streets.
> The bikes are all crash boxes because all bikes are like that (except
> Vespas and Chinese scooters, but I don't have any of those). On the track
> the clutch is mostly pointless once you're moving.
> I highly recommend drivers to gain the skill of driving a vehicle
> crash-style without a clutch. Comes in useful sometimes.
the point was not stick but unsyncronized