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  1. Perhaps. He said it with SO much authority,...

    Perhaps. He said it with SO much authority, though:)
    AFAIK, khronos has said that the api won't be finished before the end of the year. Assuming things go well, it will hopefully be finalized by...
  2. Adorable. You need to stop being so naive and get...

    Adorable. You need to stop being so naive and get with reality! Our own mark driftmeyer has said


    So, forget about vulkan until at least 2018, and games MAYBE a few years later... assuming the...
  3. Does creating movies like Wall-E count as serious...

    Does creating movies like Wall-E count as serious work?
    If not, what exactly determines is something is serious work? What criteria can i use to point out to someone that the work they are doing...
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    I believe K1 used 4 cortex-A15 + 1 cortex-A15. I...

    I believe K1 used 4 cortex-A15 + 1 cortex-A15.
    I think you mean X1, which isn't available yet. IIRC, sometime in the summer is the expected release.
  5. I think he has in mind single applications which...

    I think he has in mind single applications which are heavily threaded. Of course a modern os is running far more than whatever app happens to be in your face (interrupt handling is a big one, but...
  6. I'm not advocating md over btrfs, in terms of...

    I'm not advocating md over btrfs, in terms of design. I was only pointing out a well written library that sees much use and contains, fast, support for raid redundancy up to, iirc, 5 lost disks....
  7. I hope that btrfs attempts to integrate the...

    I hope that btrfs attempts to integrate the raid-n work from Andreas(of snapraid). However, given the difficulty btrfs seems to be having with implementing raid5/6 I'm not holding my breath for that...
  8. It depends. On the 610 (iirc), it really doesn't...

    It depends. On the 610 (iirc), it really doesn't make sense as they are all little cores.
    On a true big.LITTLE it can make sense, but the software (at the scheduler/cpufreq/cpuidle/policy level)...
  9. Making use of variable sync is the way forward....

    Making use of variable sync is the way forward.
    Many laptops already have the hardware.
  10. Something is wrong with that btrfs sequential...

    Something is wrong with that btrfs sequential read test. That's no way that it should be four times faster at random reads than sequential... ANYTHING.
  11. Blame the bodhi system. It's not great, but it's...

    Blame the bodhi system.
    It's not great, but it's what we have.
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    I've no idea why the folks are complaining about...

    I've no idea why the folks are complaining about qemu requiring the CLI when it's got a few good to decent guis.
    Gnome boxes works fine but if you want more knobs go with virt-manager. You can...
  13. I'd love to see some battery tests. Perhaps using...

    I'd love to see some battery tests. Perhaps using gnome battery benchmark?
  14. I'm very aware of this. There exists a middle...

    I'm very aware of this. There exists a middle ground between paralysis of choice, and no options whatsoever. Too few options can lead to just as poor an experience as too many. The art is in choosing...
  15. ...how hard would it be to expose a vp8/vp9 or...

    ...how hard would it be to expose a vp8/vp9 or slow CPU/fast CPU screen cast toggle in the control center?
    Do you have data that indicates that to be across the threshold of the paralysis of...
  16. Correction

    Daala is designed to be the codec for the NEXT generation. That is, the one AFTER vp9/hevc.
    That they require another year is no bad thing as they have time.
    What's worrying, to me, is that some of...
  17. That's certainly the way it was when udev was in...

    That's certainly the way it was when udev was in userspace, but are you sure that's still the case? Do you recall all the moaning around having udev merged with systemd and, subsequently, integrated...
  18. It was a joke. Binder, for a long time, was...

    It was a joke. Binder, for a long time, was considered to be one of the pieces of android that would never be merged. Hence, looking to see if sky is falling:)

    As for serving the same needs,...
  19. Haven't looked at the changes yet but I'm...

    Haven't looked at the changes yet but I'm frightened that Binder was merged before kdbus.

    **looks worryingly at sky and horizon**
  20. ... you don't seem to be aware of how systemd,...

    ... you don't seem to be aware of how systemd, the project, works, or the particulars of its networking code (connman).
    This is largely intended for containers. If you don't want it for your...
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