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Is Gentoo dying or just becoming old?

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mindstab.net: I haven't really touched my Gentoo desktop in over a year. If I wanted to stay with Gentoo, I'd have a day or two of compiling a head of me, and then who knows what integration head aches as programs and config files change.

Gentoo: Yearly Releases - help or hurt Gentoo?

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blog.jolexa.net: I have been thinking for awhile now and can’t convince myself of an answer. Does the lack of yearly releases help or hurt Gentoo?

Steps toward improving Gentoo

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dberkholz.wordpress: Having the right people in the right places pursuing the right goals is key to Gentoo’s success. Keeping in mind the Pareto principle (20% of the effort produces 80% of the results), I’ve come up with some ideas.

Funtoo Linux installed!

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saigonnezumi.com: Finally, I got Funtoo Linux, a derivative of Gentoo Linux, installed on my desktop. Funtoo is a distribution created by the founder of Gentoo, Daniel Robbins.

Smolt Desktop Profiler from Fedora

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Software

duckzland.ismywebsite: This is exactly one feature that gentoo should integrate in its wiki page. Smolt will get your hardware profile, profile such as what is your audio card, video card and cpu hardware.

Brace for impact

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flameeyes.eu: Today I was looking around for a bug in autoconf, and I noticed one interesting bit out of the NEWS file of the current git version:

My adventures in Gentoo, Ext4 and GCC 4.3.3

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blog.guillermoamaral.com: I finally got a chance to settled in and back to work after a nice trip to Jamaica. I did what any Gentoo loving person does in such situations, go crazy and reinstall everything \o/ yeey.

Gentoo Sucks, Ubuntu Doesn’t.

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Ubuntu

biodegradablegeek.com: I used Gentoo for a few years, and at first I loved it. Mainly because of portage. When I first began my new job, the only distro available was Ubuntu, which deep down I hated without any real reason. But 10 minutes into using it, I made the decision that I’m wiping out Gentoo.

Why am I moving to Gentoo?

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blog.hartwork.org: I think of this question again and again. For one because because people are asking me. People who love Debian, people who dislike continuous compilation. And for two because I repeatedly find myself doing something, liking something, working for something that I cannot verbally justify.

Gentoo: First sets of weekly stage3 tarballs and minimal CDs released

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gentoo.org: The time has come! Our release engineers have been refining their automated builds of the minimal CD and stage3 tarballs, and the first builds are uploaded to our mirrors.

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