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  1. Yes, and no. Instructions sets like SSE...

    Yes, and no.

    Instructions sets like SSE or AVX are pretty standard across x86 CPUs, and thus more keen to be used by compilers.
    And I can tell you that games are very rarely using too specific...
  2. The problem is that CPU specific instructions are...

    The problem is that CPU specific instructions are rarely used since... well... they're CPU specific...
    Compilers can take advantage of a lot of good stuff, but for the everyday use, the vast...
  3. I also had to disable Plymouth on my Manjaro,...

    I also had to disable Plymouth on my Manjaro, because the process wasn't stopped once GDM was atarted up. It was consuming 10% of my CPU in the background.

    But I do think Plymouth adds a lot of...
  4. I'm glad to see Wayland starting to be used...

    I'm glad to see Wayland starting to be used officially in such an important distro.
    I'm not sure about that, but can we expect to not have flickering at startup once we'll have the full Wayland...
  5. i965 and nvc0 are now fighting for the first...

    i965 and nvc0 are now fighting for the first place (http://mesamatrix.net/)
  6. Michael: do you think it is possible to switch to...

    Michael: do you think it is possible to switch to Wayland for a personal desktop computer? Or it's not stable/mature enough?
  7. Come one... give some credit to the guys! You...

    Come one... give some credit to the guys! You have to admit at least that the birth of glNext is very different than the previous version of OpenGL. It comes from AMD's Mantle and is backed by a game...
  8. I wish you both good luck (gamerk2 and rabcor) to...

    I wish you both good luck (gamerk2 and rabcor) to port your DX12 apps on Mac and Linux!
    Here is why OGL is important and interesting to some companies, even if it's a bit more difficult to learn...
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    Well I think that anyone interested in the Linux...

    Well I think that anyone interested in the Linux kernel knows that there is a version every two or three months.
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    I also think the "YY.MM[.patch]" makes a lot of...

    I also think the "YY.MM[.patch]" makes a lot of sense for Linux version system, since (as zanny said) Linux commits are made so it never breaks the userspace, so there will never be ground breaking...
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    Still no troll about systemd? I'm impressed :D

    Still no troll about systemd? I'm impressed :D
  12. I think it's a wise decision. And I'm sure that a...

    I think it's a wise decision. And I'm sure that a guy with his experience would be widely welcome in any other distribution out there.
    Maybe it's time for Linux to stop spreading new distributions...
  13. I kinda follow the same path as yours. I simply...

    I kinda follow the same path as yours. I simply left the Ubuntu boat a bit earlier ;)
    I've tried Arch recently, but honestly I don't have time to find all the packages that I have to install and...
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    More and more people seem to enjoy GNOME 3.x (and...

    More and more people seem to enjoy GNOME 3.x (and so do I). So maybe you just don't like it and need to use one of the wonderful competitors which have the advantage of not looking like GNOME 3....
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    Yep, it's me that added it ;) I think this bug...

    Yep, it's me that added it ;) I think this bug would need more community support though.
    In comments (in other threads), some people tell that they don't care because they use Ctrl+PgUp/PgDown...
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    Unfortunately, this commit have been reverted...

    Unfortunately, this commit have been reverted because Ctrl+Tab is already used (only in GNOME <_<) for accessibility features...
  17. Is it preferable now to use F2FS on SSDs instead...

    Is it preferable now to use F2FS on SSDs instead of ext4?
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    Agreed with matt_g, but at an even higher level:...

    Agreed with matt_g, but at an even higher level: please stop saying things out of nowhere or out of your mere experience and throw them at us like if it was the holy truth everyone should believe in....
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    So Rich Geldreich is apparently a nihilist :D ...

    So Rich Geldreich is apparently a nihilist :D

    My last news about Valve and their Steam Machines is that it's been postponed to Q1 2015. Anyone has other news?

    BTW Alienware already offers Steam...
  20. Apparently guys running KDE are telling you...

    Apparently guys running KDE are telling you window resizing works fine. And, while I know what you're talking about, I don't have this problem in GNOME anymore since the release of GNOME 3... a long...
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