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  1. Money sort of is the problem in this case. For...

    Money sort of is the problem in this case. For whatever reason (there are many) only two people really do any work on OpenSSL, neither are able to do it full time, and most of the time they do get to...
  2. Opus is based on CELT, not Vorbis.

    Opus is based on CELT, not Vorbis.
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    You mean the GPU hardware designers at Intel? As...

    You mean the GPU hardware designers at Intel? As mentioned several times this only looks like a regression on the software side because old hardware did it automatically and new hardware requires...
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    He is free to fork but that doesn't mean everyone...

    He is free to fork but that doesn't mean everyone has to like the idea or just ignore what he says about it.
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    I'm having horrible Compiz flashbacks here. Maybe...

    I'm having horrible Compiz flashbacks here. Maybe someone will take the time to port any of soreau's changes back to something wayland compatible to show he is doing unneeded work and he'll give up...
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    All I've learned from this thread is to never...

    All I've learned from this thread is to never have anything to do with this "developer", his friends, or any of his projects. You can be doing the greatest work mankind has ever seen but if you act...
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    Ubuntu does not enable metacity compositing by...

    Ubuntu does not enable metacity compositing by default so if things were at defaults metacity was not using compositing. Also, if things were kept default, compiz was not using the Unredirect...
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    That's kind of the point. They're not marketing...

    That's kind of the point. They're not marketing netbooks as mini-PCs, they're marketing them as toys you use to get on the web.
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    There are never odd numbered releases. It goes...

    There are never odd numbered releases. It goes from 0.7.0 to 0.7.2 to 0.7.4 and etc.
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