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  1. The client SHOULD also check if the address is...

    The client SHOULD also check if the address is already allocated and MUST decline the received configuration if it is.
    RFC5227 tells how this must be done using ARP probes. According to that it...
  2. I don't know such times how can be possible...

    I don't know such times how can be possible without violating any stardard. I thought clients have to send some ARP probes during a few seconds when they get a lease to avoid possible IP collisions.
  3. This better be April's fools. I do not have a...

    This better be April's fools. I do not have a Facebook account and I don't want to
  4. I'd like to see any public benchmark result for...

    I'd like to see any public benchmark result for kernels compiled with LTO, with those speedups and "minor regressions"
  5. Is this also applicable to other European...

    Is this also applicable to other European countries? I was going to buy a Lenovo laptop, but I found that they'd refuse to refund me the "Windows tax". Even if they only refund me just 1€, I just...
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    For computing tasks taking advantage of unified...

    For computing tasks taking advantage of unified memory NVLink is a bug plus if it reduces PCIE latency. But I'd hope to see it standarized, not as an NVidia-only solution like Nvidia G-Sync or CUDA.
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    Considering the corporate culture of Nvidia,...

    Considering the corporate culture of Nvidia, they'll come up with yet another propietary single-vendor API. Mantle will never be supported by Nvidia.
  8. So no Mir expected.

    So no Mir expected.
  9. I'm afraid this performance comes at the expense...

    I'm afraid this performance comes at the expense of reduced battery life.
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    tablets? I don't think so. I'd say touch screens,...

    tablets? I don't think so. I'd say touch screens, but not tablets.
  11. Doesn't Firefox need XEmbedd for plugins like...

    Doesn't Firefox need XEmbedd for plugins like Flash? I don't know how can that be ported to Wayland (I can only think of a nested X and Firefox acting as a sub-compositor)
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    Gnome 3.12 looks pretty good. Visually better...

    Gnome 3.12 looks pretty good. Visually better than the ugliness of Unity 7 and the clutterness of KDE.
  13. Why can't wayland clients rasterize using SNA?...

    Why can't wayland clients rasterize using SNA? Can't this be built in pixman and cairo?
  14. Very impresive. I think I'll bit that pretty BQ...

    Very impresive. I think I'll bit that pretty BQ Ubuntu Phone
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    And this is one of the reasons why Chrome OS...

    And this is one of the reasons why Chrome OS can't be mainstream, even if all applications are made offline. It's made for the cloud, very secure, but with the sandboxed approach model, the available...
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    This isn't printing to Google Drive, but using...

    This isn't printing to Google Drive, but using Google Cloud print to print to a printer without the need of installing drivers.
  17. Well, each compositor can have it's own private...

    Well, each compositor can have it's own private dBus protocol and ship with its own XRandR-like app.
    BTW, Is there any permissions granting mechanism in wayland??



    Good point. Wouldn't a...
  18. They say this kind of protocol should be private...

    They say this kind of protocol should be private and not exposed publicly to regular clients.
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    Qt is bloated

    Qt is bloated
  20. My main PC at home runs Ubuntu, but I'm currently...

    My main PC at home runs Ubuntu, but I'm currently at the office using Windows XP but I visit Phoronix mostly from my Android Phone.
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