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  1. Re: Why isn't page compression (a la Opera Turbo) a standard?

    What exactly are you saying "no thanks" to? The idea I'm discussing would eliminate the middle man from Opera's model. There would be no other party.



    As mentioned by someone else, pre-fetching...
  2. Re: Why isn't page compression (a la Opera Turbo) a standard?

    Ah, that's an excellent point. Drop a few characters out of an HTML tag and the browser can usually still make a readable page. However, drop a few characters out of a compressed file and you can't...
  3. Re: Why isn't page compression (a la Opera Turbo) a standard?

    Sounds about right. It wouldn't the first time people said "XYZ is the way of the future!", but then ABC came along and made XYZ completely irrelevant.

    Although it's a bit ironic, as in this...
  4. Re: Why isn't page compression (a la Opera Turbo) a standard?

    By "optimizing the site" I assume you mean manual optimization by the website developers? Well, the answer is because that would require manual optimization by the website developers. Not everyone...
  5. Why isn't page compression (a la Opera Turbo) a standard?

    A random question popped up into my head today. One of the Opera browser's key features is its "turbo" mode which is aimed at users with slow connections, where downloading the webpage itself is the...
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    Re: Help me name a program I'm writing

    Your concern is touching :)

    Not dead. I have been having seizures though; it turns out I have epilepsy. That's the bad news. The good news is I have frontal lobe epilepsy, which means that I'm...
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    [gnome] Re: HOWTO: Random wallpaper image in GNOME

    The problem is actually with what you changed on line 33. You can't have multiple names just separated by groups of quotes; you need to separate them with the -o switch. So on line 33, replace this...
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    Re: Help me name a program I'm writing

    Unfortunately I haven't had any time to work on this project. I've been dealing with some serious health issues for the last couple weeks and my life has been pretty crazy as a result. I've also been...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How can i? NEED URGENT HELP

    It's the file browser in Ubuntu.
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    Re: Help me name a program I'm writing

    You might be waiting a while. I don't typically mark a program as 1.0 until it's really, really usable. It'll be several weeks, if not months, before I release 1.0 of this program.

    That said, I'll...
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    Re: Help me name a program I'm writing

    I've put up a new 32-bit version which adds basic template capabilities to the weightlifting section.

    It's certainly better than before, but I'm still not happy with it. This weekend I'm going to...
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    Re: Help me name a program I'm writing

    I just thought of something that builds on your idea. Actually, this may have been precisely what you were suggesting but I just didn't get it.

    I think the way to solve everyone's problems is to...
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    Re: Help me name a program I'm writing

    Your proposed model for entering data is valid but I do have a couple concerns.

    My first concern is that it's too specific; it would only work for people that follow the same basic routine every...
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    Re: Help me name a program I'm writing

    32-bit binary is up. In the file description I included an apt-get command to install the necessary dependencies, but I may have forgotten some. Let me know if the program won't run after running...
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    Re: Help me name a program I'm writing

    It's already partitioned :-)

    At any given time I typically have 3-4 different partitions on my two drives. One is my primary Ubuntu partition, one is the latest stable Fedora, one is Windows, and...
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    Re: Help me name a program I'm writing

    Oh yes, definitely. And it takes me about 8 seconds to produce a binary as opposed to a deb. You just won't get pretty menu entries and all the jazz that comes along with "properly" installing an...
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    Re: Help me name a program I'm writing

    Ok, so here's the deal: the reason I couldn't get a deb to build last night is because there is a broken package upstream. Specifically, the package libqwt5-qt4-dev has a problem -- see this bug...
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    Re: Help me name a program I'm writing

    the architecture names are wrong.
    x86_64 you mean i think.

    Semantics. Sometimes it's called x86_64, sometimes it's called x64, sometimes it's called amd64, sometimes it's called other things....
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    Re: Help me name a program I'm writing

    You know, I used to wonder why people didn't provide .deb files for their programs more often. Now I know the answer: it's a fscking nightmare. Building an incredibly simple deb (just a single binary...
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    Re: Help me name a program I'm writing

    Sorry dude, that's all I can do at the moment. I just don't have the time to install a 32 bit distro and get the dev environment set up to so I can build a 32 bit binary.

    Compiling it shouldn't be...
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    Re: Help me name a program I'm writing

    Ah, someone DOES still care about it? After no one responded to me putting the code up I started to wonder :-)

    I've been exceptionally busy lately so I haven't added many new features, but I...
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    Re: Help me name a program I'm writing

    Alright kids, I've got the source code up online. The project is stored on Google Code using mercurial. Basic build instructions are included in the README file -- make sure you pay attention to the...
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    Re: Help me name a program I'm writing

    Calm down. I'm going to put it up soon, as I've mentioned several times in this thread.
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    Re: Help me name a program I'm writing

    Oh, the columns are all there. I've had the database structure done for a long time now. Of course, as I actually start to use the program I realize that little things don't make sense, so the...
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    Re: Help me name a program I'm writing

    Done. Currently you pick an exercise, pick a weight type (e.g. "Barbell", "Dumbbell", "Machine", "Cable", "Other"), and enter reps. There's also a misc notes column.


    The Endurance section of...
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