I have been vaccinated twice and I got my last shot almost a year ago.
As I plan to visit the Gamescom and an other game exhibition, do you think it makes sense to get a third shot?
I'm leaning towards it, but I'm not sure how well the old vaccine still is effective against all the new variants...
Is that a problem?
IMHO Proton runs games better than some old Linux version/port with ancient dependencies as a requirement.
Are there many Linux games on GOG? I have many GOG games but not many have a Linux version AFAIK
Sure (but nothing is too hot for us)
I'll have too look up the A55 core performance and see how well those play.
Will they play Gamecube/Wii? Has anyone tested that already?
That's What I'd like to see.
We're 3 years in that crisis now.
I'm talking about improving the health system for the last 3 years.
Not much was done in that regard.
I mean we have a national army serving no other purpose other than to defend the country in case there is an enemy invasion.
If we had a health army with only...
If the healh system was prepared properly during the last 3 years, we would not need any lockdown or mask mandates or whatever.
Government rather wastes billions of € here financing those lockdowns and whatever.
Instead we could have taken the money and time we invested into measurements which...
It might be slower.
However for me it is a great feature to have an actual 16:9 display and a mouse cursor + real Firefox with full add on support.
Touchscreen scrolling works, too.
It has its advantages. Depending on what you want.
Does that mean I must migrate all the code I've hosted on GitLab to somewhere else?
I always preferred GitLab over GitHub.
That'd be a huge shame.
I don't need all that CI/CD stuff. Just a place to upload my code and maybe a Wiki.
It's not like we're helping Ukraine if we immediately stop importing all oil and gas and our economy collapses because we can't do anything without a source of power.
Alone the fact that we start turning away from Russian gas and oil (slowly) does hurt them a lot in the long run.
I think it's...