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  1. Don't imply “commercial” is proprietary (and...

    Don't imply “commercial” is proprietary (and don't imply “open source” costs nothing either).

    Flash is still here and powers a large part of the legacy Web (and some parts of today's Web too)....
  2. You read my question wrong; I was asking if...

    You read my question wrong; I was asking if proprietary firmware was required in order for it to work, not external firmware.

    In short… “Does it work with free/libre software?”
  3. Sadly, it's rendering engine doesn't seem that...

    Sadly, it's rendering engine doesn't seem that modern (or prove me wrong using some screenshots). I wouldn't call it the most advanced game engine yet on all points.
  4. Does this require proprietary firmware? ie. would...

    Does this require proprietary firmware? ie. would it work if you ran the Linux-libre kernel?
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    Torrent downloads:...

    Torrent downloads: http://torrents.fedoraproject.org/

    Specifically:
    (64-bit Workstation) http://torrent.fedoraproject.org/torrents/Fedora-Live-Workstation-x86_64-21.torrent
    (32-bit Workstation)...
  6. How would it break their business model? They...

    How would it break their business model? They can't do it anyway.
  7. It's too bad that we won't ever be able to see...

    It's too bad that we won't ever be able to see its source code (or if so, not under a free license).
  8. TDP does not represent actual power usage. It's a...

    TDP does not represent actual power usage. It's a value sent to OEMs and should be treated like one.
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    H.265 being so “shiny”…

    H.265 being so “shiny”…
  10. Thanks for calling the X60 a piece of crap. If I...

    Thanks for calling the X60 a piece of crap. If I had a premium subscription, I would close it.
  11. No. The AGPL requires you to give the...

    No.

    The AGPL requires you to give the recipients the source code under the AGPL when you distribute the program, but also when recipients access it over a network, which can be considered...
  12. For those wondering: - it still needs a...

    For those wondering:

    - it still needs a proprietary compiler in order for the BIOS to be built (OpenWatcom),
    - it still recommends proprietary guest additions and extensions, coming in...
  13. It is still very slow compared to the proprietary...

    It is still very slow compared to the proprietary driver (2 to 3 times slower). Most “gamers” wouldn't tolerate a 25 % loss already.
  14. Web browsers, the kernel and some major software...

    Web browsers, the kernel and some major software like LibreOffice are already “rolling release” in Fedora. In Ubuntu, only Web browsers are.
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    I think the penguin should go away, this would...

    I think the penguin should go away, this would also make the logo simpler and thus easier to recognize at small sizes.
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    But… all the other browsers whine way too much,...

    But… all the other browsers whine way too much, which is how the certificate authorities are having a good time with their expensive certificates.
  17. You can always run legacy programs using Wine –...

    You can always run legacy programs using Wine – and that is probably the most useful thing.
  18. Daily business ad the USPTO and other “IPR”...

    Daily business ad the USPTO and other “IPR” offices.



    And we are paying for this, and this is a problem.
  19. Wait 3 days, then ESR will suggest Emacs to...

    Wait 3 days, then ESR will suggest Emacs to change the license to BSD. :rolleyes:
  20. http://standards.freedesktop.org/basedir-spec/base...

    http://standards.freedesktop.org/basedir-spec/basedir-spec-latest.html is a specification for standard paths, quite well-made in my opinion, as long as you follow it properly. Sadly, lots of...
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