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  1. If developers can't run Wayland on their...

    If developers can't run Wayland on their hardware, and many people's hardware doesn't support Wayland, how can distro's ship Wayland (even experimentally it makes it difficult). It also makes it an...
  2. Still no wayland

    It's the end of 2014 and still no wayland support. Whilst Nvidia has always made great drivers, they are now holding back Linux.
  3. Firstly, any chance you can also run a test with...

    Firstly, any chance you can also run a test with a later Enlightenment version. E17 is ancient (we are actually up to E19 Stable).

    Secondly, any chance we can grab another test in the near future...
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    Out of curiosity, what applications have you...

    Out of curiosity, what applications have you written? Most people who seem to be arguing about the lack of documentation, don't even seem to code.

    You don't have to use SystemD.. Just pick...
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    The founder of the website possibly barely knows how to code

    Did a domain lookup for this site.. The only reference I could find for the owner of the domain was a racist software license (maybe not the same guy though), and a few minor bug reports (which imho,...
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    Personally, not really sure if we need these...

    Personally, not really sure if we need these benchmarks per kernel, unless some significant changes are made to the filesystem code or the kernel code.

    Maybe one way to make them more relevant...
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    So why didn't they chip in and help before this...

    So why didn't they chip in and help before this happened?

    If you read Theo's announcement, it feels more like he is trying to use it to gather donations. The reality is, the OpenSSL project wasn't...
  8. The solution we needed 5 years ago, not now

    Always happy to see new projects being started, but honestly, it would be nice to see someone working on a packaging tool designed to cover both APT and RPM instead, so that we can start...
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    I mean, against Wayland.. Sorry, 7AM post ...

    I mean, against Wayland.. Sorry, 7AM post ...
  10. Low end Kiosk hardware have plenty of memory...

    Low end Kiosk hardware have plenty of memory these days. Even a raspberry pi Type-B has 512MB and an Ouya ($99), has 1GB. In fact, most media players these days have at least 512MB of ram..

    And,...
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    We shouldn't dismiss it immediately simply...

    We shouldn't dismiss it immediately simply because its Canonical..

    Whilst I'll be the first to say Canonical makes some crap products (unity only became a production-quality product in the last...
  12. Definitely sounds like it is a step backwards for...

    Definitely sounds like it is a step backwards for everything except performance. Also, f you upgrade your kernel, there is probably more likelihood that the Xserver will need a recompiled/to be...
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