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    Thank you very much for actually going into the...

    Thank you very much for actually going into the subject matter. I have no position on systemd because I know next to nothing about it, and it seemed to me upon reading the website that some good...
  2. That's perfectly true. Still, it being hard is...

    That's perfectly true. Still, it being hard is not a good reason not to try it. And it can be a gradual process. I think an attempt was made to simplify page numbering already.
  3. I don't care so much how the interface looks, but...

    I don't care so much how the interface looks, but I think it should be intuitive.

    For example, if you want to permanently change the paper size for all new documents, you have to create a new...
  4. It seems only fair to remove support for all...

    It seems only fair to remove support for all Qualcomm products from the Linux kernel, x.org and any other piece of free software that supports Qualcomm products.
  5. [citation needed].

    [citation needed].
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    This whole thing is nonsense, and just as...

    This whole thing is nonsense, and just as nonsensical as the gratis fluendo codec. It gives us 'open source' in the literal sense (we can 'see' the code), without the freedom to modify the code. I...
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    Apparently the new Atoms won't be based on...

    Apparently the new Atoms won't be based on Haswell, but on 'Silvermont', which won't have AVX2. So it is a moot point.
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    I doubt it, except under special circumstances....

    I doubt it, except under special circumstances. NSS is fast enough to run smoothly on low power ARM chips (as part of Firefox mobile, for example), and a Haswell Atom will surely be at least on par...
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    Although I agree it is a good thing that Intel is...

    Although I agree it is a good thing that Intel is participating in this project, I'm also a little skeptical. If you have a modern Haswell CPU, is NSS processing really going to be a noticable...
  10. And when you start the installer you are asked to...

    And when you start the installer you are asked to agree to a license which is very much not open source.
  11. The most interesting question is where these code...

    The most interesting question is where these code increases are situated. For example, if the majority of the increase is in the testsuite, that's good news. If they are in the compiler code,...
  12. Compression is all nice and dandy, but I don't...

    Compression is all nice and dandy, but I don't see Btrfs outperforming ext4 on most benchmarks even if they shave off a couple more percentage points from Btrfs+snappy.

    (That is not to deny there...
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    Actually, the least severe regressions are P5....

    Actually, the least severe regressions are P5. (P3 are simply the least severe of the serious regressions.) They don't even bother to track P4 and P5 regressions for the purpose of release...
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    Cool, thank you. r300g makes a huge difference.

    Cool, thank you.

    r300g makes a huge difference.
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    r300g on Fedora

    Hi,

    I'd like to try the Gallium3D radeon drivers. It is my understanding that Fedora 13 still comes with classic Mesa drivers.

    Are there any packages or repositories available for people to try...
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