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  • #16
    Originally posted by funkSTAR View Post
    Yeah it is self sufficient due to its open core business serving closed source platforms. Thank you for bringing this up. Qts business does not depend on beng a good open source citizen; Thus it is a matter of time before they fuck us over. Oh wait they already did.
    http://qt.digia.com/Product/Qt-Add-Ons/Charts/ Thats right. Thats closed source Qt shit for closed source customers giving a fuck about freedom.

    thank you for admitting KDEs only weapon is to drop a clustbomb on any gratis version of Qt. Killing of any GPLism is MAD. So no matter what freedom is fucked.
    While we're thanking each other, thanks for completely ignoring my criticism of your claim that Frameworks 5 is a move towards CLA-land. Thanks again for ignoring a particular question I asked. Which CLA are you referring to, and what makes it so bad? Just the copyright reassignment clause in Canonicals original one? The most recent Canonical CLA doesn't require copyright reassignment either.

    I find it strange how you seem to hate CLA, dislike BSD-style licensing and like GPL. A copyright reassignment CLA is completely unnecessary when using BSD-style licensing, however it's sometimes necessary when working with the GPL.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by funkSTAR View Post
      Yeah it is self sufficient due to its open core business serving closed source platforms. Thank you for bringing this up. Qts business does not depend on beng a good open source citizen; Thus it is a matter of time before they fuck us over. Oh wait they already did.
      http://qt.digia.com/Product/Qt-Add-Ons/Charts/ Thats right. Thats closed source Qt shit for closed source customers giving a fuck about freedom.

      thank you for admitting KDEs only weapon is to drop a clustbomb on any gratis version of Qt. Killing of any GPLism is MAD. So no matter what freedom is fucked.
      you have to be the weakest troll i've ever seen, stop it, this became just sad

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      • #18
        Originally posted by jrch2k8 View Post
        you have to be the weakest troll i've ever seen, stop it, this became just sad
        He's in any thread that has anything to do with qt. I think he feeds off trolling anyone who tries to debate him that an LGPL toolkit isn't the devil incarnate.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by mark45 View Post
          That's eye candy, we had lots of graphics sugar (rotating cube, etc) for so long it's not even funny. They'd rather focus on usability which is the pinnacle of success for a GUI app.
          Why don't phoronix trolls click on Larabells links? Kugler end the post with
          Don't be afraid though, none of this tackiness will end up in the final UI, what you're looking at here is an early demo of our ongoing work.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by gigaplex View Post
            While we're thanking each other, thanks for completely ignoring my criticism of your claim that Frameworks 5 is a move towards CLA-land. Thanks again for ignoring a particular question I asked. Which CLA are you referring to, and what makes it so bad?.
            Im referring to the "Qt merging" aka. splitting libs and serve it to Digia under http://qt-project.org/legal/QtContri...eAgreement.pdf If you are not aware of this shady skunkwork killing off copyleft then it is your fault. Not mine.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Akka View Post
              Why don't phoronix trolls click on Larabells links? Kugler end the post with
              Probably because off site links that aren't in line ads are incredibly rare in Phoronix articles due to Larabel's ad whoring?

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Kivada View Post
                Why is so much effort wasted on this kind of crap?
                There isn't. That just a speedily hacked together tech demo using existing Qt sample code. If you took just a minute of time to actually read the article, you would've known that!

                Originally posted by jrch2k8 View Post
                you have to be the weakest troll i've ever seen, stop it, this became just sad
                Just add him to your ignore list and STFU! Any retard replying trolly is even more annoying than the troll!

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by funkSTAR View Post
                  thank you for admitting KDEs only weapon is to drop a clustbomb on any gratis version of Qt. Killing of any GPLism is MAD. So no matter what freedom is fucked.
                  Part of the agreement, Funk, is that the codedrop is BSD, but copyright is assigned to KDE. So they could just switch the entire thing over to (L)GPL in a heartbeat if they chose to. So no, "Freedom isnt fucked"

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Kivada View Post
                    Probably because off site links that aren't in line ads are incredibly rare in Phoronix articles due to Larabel's ad whoring?
                    Best part; He knows how to make the KDE crowd do alot of clicks. Just write PERFORMANCE or AWESOME in head lines about KDE. They take the bait everytime. KDE is Digias bitch as the ubuntu lovers are Marks bitches.

                    Pro-tip: Fire up OpenOffice and mySQL on Kubuntu and you can be gang CLA-raped.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Kivada View Post
                      Why is so much effort wasted on this kind of crap? If you want to find something for the GPU to do get OpenCL working and make every app use it for a performance boost instead of wasting GPU cycles on stuff thats only amusing it you have the attention span of a cat.
                      What part of "TECH DEMO" Did you not understand Kivada? It was said like 4 times in the article (not michaels, the actual one). All the video is doing is showing off what you can do with the new SceneGraph and how easy and fluid it is.

                      And you don't want openCL for everything-- the GUI should be done on the GPU since thats GRAPHICS, and the actual code should be done on the CPU. 2 processors doing 2 different things means neither one can lock up the other.

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                      • #26
                        I see two drawbacks here:
                        1. It needs a OpenGL capable GPU and(or) a driver doing as well.
                        2. For now it is pure eyecandy which is nice but will this increase my personal experience, my work performance, KDE's performance, usability, stability? Will it interfere with other GPU hogs?

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Adarion View Post
                          I see two drawbacks here:
                          1. It needs a OpenGL capable GPU and(or) a driver doing as well.
                          The Qt5 things require opengl, yes, but QtWidgets (Qt4) doesn't and they wont be removed until ATLEAST Qt6. And by then there really shouldnt be anything that isnt OpenGL capable..

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Adarion View Post
                            I see two drawbacks here:
                            1. It needs a OpenGL capable GPU and(or) a driver doing as well.
                            2. For now it is pure eyecandy which is nice but will this increase my personal experience, my work performance, KDE's performance, usability, stability? Will it interfere with other GPU hogs?
                            It will slow down other applications which use OpenGL for something useful.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by JS987 View Post
                              It will slow down other applications which use OpenGL for something useful.
                              CDE is open source nowadays.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by JS987 View Post
                                It will slow down other applications which use OpenGL for something useful.
                                Or just use utilize resources that otherwise are sitting around doing nothing and have minimal if not no effect on other applications.

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