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  1. Let's be fair here, ZFS on FreeBSD has been an...

    Let's be fair here, ZFS on FreeBSD has been an option since 2008 with the release of version 7, however FreeBSD still defaults to UFS still 6 years after the fact. Further they waited quite a while...
  2. Up until Office 2013, yes. They switched over to...

    Up until Office 2013, yes. They switched over to the actual standard with 2013 http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/08/15/office_2013_strict_open_xml/
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    To be honest I have to agree at this point......

    To be honest I have to agree at this point... Linux distros are boring. All of the interesting stuff going on right now is with infrastructure and both steam and gog, I've used every version of...
  4. Ah yes they are so uncommitted to open source...

    Ah yes they are so uncommitted to open source because they maintain a proprietary driver for linux for their workstation crowd when the open source drivers are still not at feature or performance...
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    I'd like to take this time to point out that this...

    I'd like to take this time to point out that this is yet another perfect example that most people who blab on about the "Unix Philosophy" are non-programmers who don't actually understand it, or how...
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    There actually used to be quite a few of those,...

    There actually used to be quite a few of those, but then they all transitioned over to webkit or died, I wonder why?...
  7. You did not just report the state of affairs, you...

    You did not just report the state of affairs, you put a negative spin on it by focusing on the fact that it's not at the latest standard, and using statements like it being years behind, and you've...
  8. Michael, enough with the negativity about Mesa,...

    Michael, enough with the negativity about Mesa, seriously. The fact is Mesa is making great progress. Oh sure they won't be at the latest openGL standard for a while, but given that Khronos is likely...
  9. Or more like I just proved you're full of shit,...

    Or more like I just proved you're full of shit, and you've got nothing to fall back on for your Apple revisionist history that wants to claim that Apple innovated everything and that companies like...
  10. Whelp you just lost all credibility, as you...

    Whelp you just lost all credibility, as you rather clearly know nothing about either company if that's what you think.

    Apple themselves is responsible for only a very small set of things, which...
  11. Wow, just because it's Microsoft you guys are...

    Wow, just because it's Microsoft you guys are immediately going off into conspiracy theory bullshit land. How about we stop and realize that WebGL has become the standard for 3D rendering in the web...
  12. Would you kindly tell me where Linus Torvalds...

    Would you kindly tell me where Linus Torvalds said that? While this is true of the BSDs in that they want to provide a complete permissively licensed OS so that people can do whatever they want with...
  13. not really no, not anymore than WPF is targeted...

    not really no, not anymore than WPF is targeted at web developers. What people like you don't seem to get is that this is literally the equivalent of WPF for Qt, just using JSON as opposed to XML...
  14. You're the first person I've ever seen format...

    You're the first person I've ever seen format that like that and it's wrong, it should be formatted $1M+. In english the currency symbol always goes in front, and the only symbol that can occur...
  15. Ah, it's been quite a while but I had assumed...

    Ah, it's been quite a while but I had assumed Skyrim was still having issues based upon the last benchmarks I'd seen for it. Hadn't heard about them switching.

    Also I wasn't implying that AMD...
  16. It's called install an ad blocker like ghostery,...

    It's called install an ad blocker like ghostery, also ever since they released a 64-bit version of flash for linux I haven't had a problem with it running things up and any non-netbook modern x86...
  17. First off just what 'utility' software do you...

    First off just what 'utility' software do you speak of? Compilers aren't, spreadsheets can benefit from being massively parallelized, Encoding/Decoding usually is taken care of by dedicated hardware,...
  18. There's that too, even Minix3 which is the most...

    There's that too, even Minix3 which is the most advanced of the 3 primary FOSS microkernel (minix, genode, helenOS) projects can't really be run on bear metal at this point. Personally I expect...
  19. Actually it's the largest segment, it's the...

    Actually it's the largest segment, it's the segment for the average user and the lightweight gamer, for which it's performance is basically best in category, in terms of what matters to them. Further...
  20. Actually for real world performance it's just...

    Actually for real world performance it's just fine. It's competitive and even wins in the markets it's shooting for which is the segment for people not running discrete graphics cards, for the high...
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