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    The way I see it, it's a good think they take...

    The way I see it, it's a good think they take their time. When dealing with projects and project management, there are several triangles that tries to teach that you can't get everything. Take fast...
  2. Guys, don't talk about compile time not being...

    Guys, don't talk about compile time not being important unless you're a developer and what you're working on is a multi-GB sized project (yes, binary executables, libraries and such, and no...
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    I didn't read the whole blog post yet (it's...

    I didn't read the whole blog post yet (it's _really_ late here i Norway now), but at first glance I didn't see anything stating that it's actually faster than Dalvik in terms of general usage, only...
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    Wow! I must say, I'm really, really, really...

    Wow! I must say, I'm really, really, really impressed by Adobe now. They "only" needed a took about 8.5 years (counting from the release of AMD Opteron) to release an official 64bit version of flash....
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    That's really wierd, because as far as I can see,...

    That's really wierd, because as far as I can see, the servers are online and I can reach linuxgamepublishing.com without any problems. That also includes the bug tracker, and there doesn't seem to be...
  6. Suuuuure, you've got one single reference point,...

    Suuuuure, you've got one single reference point, and that means you are certainly right and know what are bugs or not.

    Dude, seriously! You can't just run about and complain about this just...
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    Actually I think I read somewhere that their only...

    Actually I think I read somewhere that their only method of resolving SecuROM is to just implement the functions it asks for, and not just give it the answers it wants. Either way, it's working and...
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    Well a part from DIB not being explained anywhere...

    Well a part from DIB not being explained anywhere at Phoronix (wine has a wiki entry about it here), I'm sort of surprised that SecuROM is not mentioned at all. Judging from the list of resolved...
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    Ideas for FOSS project/contribution

    Hi guys!

    This might be a bit misplaced, but anyway:
    I can foresee that I'm going to be quite bored in about a couple of weeks or so (my summer job working on some satellite software ends in about...
  10. In addition to latency as you mention, there is...

    In addition to latency as you mention, there is also no possibility to do caching anywhere between the client and the server. There is also the matter of encryption using more resources than not...
  11. Which is a flawed question. What you should be...

    Which is a flawed question. What you should be asking yourself is what does people gain by encrypting non-sensitive information? Why should people and companies use money and resources to remove the...
  12. Deprecate HTTP in favor of HTTPS, is this some...

    Deprecate HTTP in favor of HTTPS, is this some kind of weird joke or something? Don't get me wrong, there is a strong need for increased use of encryption when using HTTP, but deprecating the...
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    I sincerely hope that it's X3TC. I've been...

    I sincerely hope that it's X3TC. I've been waiting for that one to be ported, but as we all know, it hasn't happened yet.

    Any chance that it could be something else than X3TC though? I mean...
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    ... and when did OSI have a sole right for the...

    ... and when did OSI have a sole right for the term "open source"? Also, did Frozenbyte ever say it's going to be an OSI-approved license?
  15. Isn't it kind of obvious that the project leader...

    Isn't it kind of obvious that the project leader in question is Michael Niedermayer? He is after all answering in a way that leads not much doubt about that. I have no knowledge about this two guys,...
  16. Of course! Why wouldn't I do that? Unlike some...

    Of course! Why wouldn't I do that? Unlike some other countries, software patents are not possible in Norway. Aka. for me there is no risk what so ever using this software library.
  17. I doubt that. Not that I don't think Intel (and...

    I doubt that. Not that I don't think Intel (and maybe MS) might try that, but the problem really isn't performance. The normal stuff people do, surfing, checking the mail etc., don't require that...
  18. A quick look in the dictionary tells me that...

    A quick look in the dictionary tells me that 'karsk' is derived from the old norse word 'karskr', which indeed seem to be translated to either quick/brisk or courageous/bold.
  19. ... and you'd expect them to admit they are...

    ... and you'd expect them to admit they are working on it? Seriously, what if they aren't 100% certain that they'll finish it? Do you really think they would repeat Epic on this one? I doubt they...
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    No, digital signals in general don't work like...

    No, digital signals in general don't work like that, but you aren't actually totally wrong either. Come to think of it, you are describing a form of spread spectrum called CDMA, which indeed can...
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