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  1. It won't be the first, nor the last time that...

    It won't be the first, nor the last time that someone has dropped Intel support.
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    I adore your one dimensional thinking. Are...

    I adore your one dimensional thinking.

    Are you agitated? :D
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    Neocolonialism. Foxconn gets paid to produce...

    Neocolonialism. Foxconn gets paid to produce stuff for other companies. If the working conditions are bad at Foxconn factories then that's not my problem. It's a problem that Foxconn management has...
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    What if I don't play games? I still have far...

    What if I don't play games? I still have far longer battery life on mu funky macbook pro and everything looks amazing on its hidpi screen. Most people who own apple products don't care about the...
  5. Learn to read I said "Intel et al.". From the...

    Learn to read I said "Intel et al.". From the contributors list the most important contributors are from Intel, RedHat and Collabora. There's even a linux magazine article and they state the same...
  6. And I don't get your part. If those companies...

    And I don't get your part. If those companies want wayland-like replacements/new-software then they should make one. Samsung electronics has more employees than Google, Apple and Microsoft combined....
  7. I think that's the biggest problem with Linux,...

    I think that's the biggest problem with Linux, let's over engineers everything to the point of insanity, which might be a reflection of where Linux is exclusively used: HPC and servers. Wayland is...
  8. What's the use of the protocol if you have to...

    What's the use of the protocol if you have to implement it yourself? Or you can use the current protocol implementation, but then you're stuck with whatever comes from upstream and you're stuck with...
  9. What's there for you not to fathom? The bulk of...

    What's there for you not to fathom? The bulk of serious bugs and complex problems are drivers, X.org and toolkit related. Moving to waylaid will not solve anything because then they'd be dependent on...
  10. I'm sorry to tell you but you don't matter to...

    I'm sorry to tell you but you don't matter to Nvidia, neither do I. Their main Linux buyers aren't consumers but companies. On Linux they make the bulk of their money selling Quadros and Teslas and...
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    In 2007 I bought a desktop PC with an nvidia...

    In 2007 I bought a desktop PC with an nvidia graphics card, I used that computer until 2011 when I finished uni. Anyway, I used that computer without a single problem coming from the nvidia card for...
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    I dispute the significance of that "fact"....

    I dispute the significance of that "fact". Startups are insignificant players in the economy. Most of them fail anyways. Making any reasonable conclusions on the question of parental leave on the...
  13. My point was a rather technical one. While,...

    My point was a rather technical one. While, generally speaking, no one has "properly" broken the DRM scheme that Netflix uses (to my knowledge), you can circumvent it to the point where it actually...
  14. No, I don't think you realize what's the point of...

    No, I don't think you realize what's the point of DRM...

    A quote from wikipedia, so there is 90 percents chance that it's correct. :)



    So, if I can make a copy that contains 90-95 percent of...
  15. People HAVE cracked their DRM. Just look for...

    People HAVE cracked their DRM. Just look for "Orange is the new black" on thepiratebay or other torrent sites.
  16. yep. this works on ubuntu.

    yep. this works on ubuntu.
  17. I get the same problem. It might be some problem...

    I get the same problem. It might be some problem with chrome.

    The good idea is that Netflix at least tries to do something. Maybe they'll fix by the time we get v38 stable.
  18. Old fashion system upgrades are pointless. Intel...

    Old fashion system upgrades are pointless. Intel doesn't care about the desktop anymore. They'll do whatever it takes to release a product that will give them edge over competitors in the current and...
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    Congratulations to the KDE guys.

    Congratulations to the KDE guys.
  20. Actually, no. Lennart is pretty awesome. He...

    Actually, no. Lennart is pretty awesome. He always takes the most difficult projects and he has the most interesting ideas. His biggest problem is that he's often less considerate of others and moves...
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