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    Really? There are plenty of binary packages that...

    Really? There are plenty of binary packages that aren't closed source. Chromium, firefox, etc. Search for "-bin" and you'll find ~400 packages and that is only those that use the bin label. There...
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    I generally agree with you but you definitely...

    I generally agree with you but you definitely don't generally need to compile everything on Arch. You *can* and they do make it easier than most distributions. However, all their repos are binary...
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    When I hear Maynard......

    When I hear Maynard...
    https://lickthestranger.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/maynard-james-keenan-21353.jpg
  4. Windows guest support is important to many of us....

    Windows guest support is important to many of us. Obviously I'm not the only one that feels that way otherwise the developers wouldn't be improving it. Of those KVM changes, the Windows improvements...
  5. GPU compute is very PCIE limited. There are...

    GPU compute is very PCIE limited. There are entire class of problems that do don't perform well on GPUs because of PCIE latency and bandwidth. Seriously, it is incredibly hard to find an OpenCL or...
  6. Linux boot speed is already very fast. I suggest...

    Linux boot speed is already very fast. I suggest trying a different distro. My Arch Linux installs on both my desktop and laptop boot extremely quick. I haven't timed them exactly but it seems to be...
  7. I'm sure this will be pulled now that they know...

    I'm sure this will be pulled now that they know of the backdoor.
  8. its already like emacs in terms of capability. ...

    its already like emacs in terms of capability.


    Vim is already well known for its extensions/plugins so if you don't have trouble with that now then I don't see why you would with a refactored...
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    Global menu isn't exclusive to Unity. Its easy to...

    Global menu isn't exclusive to Unity. Its easy to do with KDE
  10. AFAIK firefox does not do per-pixel scrolling in...

    AFAIK firefox does not do per-pixel scrolling in Linux. Firefox only gets scroll wheel events which by default scrolls 3 lines per increment. Firefox does use an animation to smooth the transition of...
  11. I hope this will finally allow for per pixel...

    I hope this will finally allow for per pixel scrolling like Windows and Mac.
  12. You don't like systemd but you don't even know to...

    You don't like systemd but you don't even know to use it?
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    I use keyboard shortcuts pretty often but a GUI...

    I use keyboard shortcuts pretty often but a GUI shouldn't need to rely on "hidden" keyboard shortcuts to be productive. This defeats the purpose of having a GUI in the first place. Don't get me...
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    I'm actually one of the few that liked Gnome 3...

    I'm actually one of the few that liked Gnome 3 and Gnome shell(with extensions) but these recent UI changes are terrible to me.
    Beyond any functional issues I have with it, the top menubar/window...
  15. I literally never plug my phone into a computer...

    I literally never plug my phone into a computer unless its for development.

    I use Google Music and Google+ for music and photos. Even if you don't want to use those online services there's still...
  16. English isn't his first language. If you want to...

    English isn't his first language. If you want to correct him that's fine but I think it would be nice to do so with a little less attitude.
    It is a common mistake even among native English speakers.
  17. While I understand what you're getting at, you...

    While I understand what you're getting at, you can't really compare Chrome and Firefox on mobile and the desktop. Besides, while Firefox might be smoother on Tegra 2 it is a little slower on my...
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    I'm not sure what you are basing this on. If you...

    I'm not sure what you are basing this on. If you ignore benchmarks that use OpenMP then the performance of GCC and Clang are roughly the same. OpenMP support is coming but I doubt many applications...
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    You should never have to rely on a cpufreq...

    You should never have to rely on a cpufreq governor to prevent overheating. This is not their purpose.
    Sounds like you have a serious cooling issue.
  20. I believe they are still in the middle of working...

    I believe they are still in the middle of working on composition bypass. Once composition bypass is in, it should increase the performance of full screen applications considerably.
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