User talk:Glauxosdever

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Notable projects meant to list notable projects, and not the projects you personally like. if your soul cant process it, you should not edit the wiki. (btw you are from the floppy stuff, its pointless in 2018, that panel should list the sizes instead) --Geri 14:21, 9 March 2018 (CST)

  • I'll admit it wasn't a good move to do that, and that's why I won't revert your edit this time, and I apologise for removing your edits the first time. To be clear, I don't have a problem with Dawn itself (and I think it actually is quite a bit notable), it's mostly how it's marketed by you. You say, without any standing proof, that SUBLEQ is better than conventional CISC or RISC architectures. Granted, SUBLEQ CPUs may be cheaper/more energy efficient/smaller/etc, but it's like comparing a bike to an airplane: a bike is cheaper/more energy efficient/smaller than an airplane, but an airplane is a lot faster than a bike and actually useful for going into trips of hundreds of kilometers/miles. Same for SUBLEQ vs CISC/RISC. A SUBLEQ CPU will need a lot of instructions for something a CISC or RISC machine would do in only a couple of them. And I'm worried about newbies falling into the SUBLEQ trap. I really suggest you stop acting as if SUBLEQ was a panacea, but yes, Dawn is quite notable, whatever it runs on. I'll let moderators handle the situation. (As for sizes, you really wouldn't like that as SUBLEQ code has a very low density, thus is quite sizable). Glauxosdever 14:52, 9 March 2018 (CST)
    • yes. bike, airplane, car, zeppelin, roller. i make zeppelin, not jet engine --Geri 15:14, 9 March 2018 (CST)
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