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Not Anonymous:
I'm much more interested in the transition to AFS on MacOS. Let's see what WWDC brings us...
3:31 am — Tuesday, 28 March 2017
toolshed:
Oh yeah, APFS on the mac is gonna be a hoot. So, so many edge cases and places for high nefariousness.
3:36 am — Tuesday, 28 March 2017
toolshed:
Also, I hope to fuck they open source it. There's no modern file system that doesn't benefit from a few data centers having a crack at it...
3:37 am — Tuesday, 28 March 2017
anonymous:
>My sincere congratulations to Apple’s file system team on a job well done.

John is gonna wear through his knee pads sucking that Apple cock if he's not careful.

Slow it down Johnny. Don't forget to take a deep breath before you shove more Apple cock down your throat.

>normal people will have no idea it happened

No.

Normal people will definitely notice it took 30 minutes to an hour to update their iphone or ipad.

Then there's the millions of idiots who will manage to fuck it up being impatient.
5:19 am — Tuesday, 28 March 2017
jimothy:
Safari is much snappier.
2:34 pm — Tuesday, 28 March 2017
anonymous:
> John is gonna wear through his knee pads sucking that Apple cock if he's not careful.

oh stop it. the transition was well done and mainly invisible. people will get over whatever annoyance they may have felt as soon as their phone boots again. stop being a wanker.
4:18 pm — Tuesday, 28 March 2017
So far, so good:
Spotlight actually works for launching apps on my phone now.
6:14 pm — Tuesday, 28 March 2017
Patrick Henry, the 2nd:
This is a three star post from Grubs
8:30 pm — Tuesday, 28 March 2017
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