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  1. Tonedeaf

    Okay, so you have a bad relationship to the community so you promise improvements on April 1st? *facepalm*
  2. Does this work over a normal network connection...

    Does this work over a normal network connection (assume the tablet and the PC are on the same network segment) or does it really need a point to point BT link?
  3. I updated my OpenSSL performance comparison with...

    I updated my OpenSSL performance comparison with rPi2 data. It's relevant here because it's got quark data in it. Quick summary, everything beats the quark badly.
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  4. I ran into this a few months back (on F20). I...

    I ran into this a few months back (on F20). I installed the f2fs tools and built a nice little filesystem. Then I tried to mount it. No dice.

    WTF? You included the tools, but no the kernel...
  5. I second this. What a waste of money. Just...

    I second this. What a waste of money. Just support f2fs and be done.
  6. I got one, too. There isn't such a thing a a...

    I got one, too. There isn't such a thing a a good on screen keyboard with a little remote, but they seem to have spent a lot of time to make sure theirs is worse than others. So far, I have counted...
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    About time

    Good to see Fedora catching up to where most UNIX environments were two decades ago. Anyone remember Project Athena/Vincent/Andrew?
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    I'm not trying to be arguementative, I really am...

    I'm not trying to be arguementative, I really am curious as to how you see the Radeon GPU as a benefit/liability.

    My quick thoughts are:
    [radeon]
    + reasonable open source driver
    + reasonable...
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    For a hundred and sixty five dollars, you can...

    For a hundred and sixty five dollars, you can find a good one, I'm sure. :)
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    You don't have to use a crappy supply, you could...

    You don't have to use a crappy supply, you could use a decent one. :) There are plenty of little power bricks that take 12V (or more) and convert it to ATX headers and a few SATA/floppy/molex as...
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    Alternatives

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813186242
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813186242

    Both of these need memory, but most people willing to deal with...
  12. Schematic

    I don't suppose we're going to see a schamatic for this board, either? Or did they finally release one for the B+?
  13. So how's the kernel going to fix that? I can...

    So how's the kernel going to fix that? I can agree that, if it's a 'respect the API' issue with kernel drivers, they may have a point, but if it's a 'we pass values to ACPI and it does some...
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    No kidding. A phone with one jack that does:...

    No kidding. A phone with one jack that does:
    1)charging (up to 100W)!
    2)data (I guess that's still a thing)
    3)external peripherials (USB-OTG) like memory, networking, etc.
    4)DisplayPort video...
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    I'm not asking that Fedora support F2FS for...

    I'm not asking that Fedora support F2FS for boot/root/user/etc., but they make it vary hard to mount images from Android devices.

    Since when if Fedora supposed to be a distro for naive users?
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    So, the OS not designed to have you compile your...

    So, the OS not designed to have you compile your own stuff doesn't have it--and you have to compile it if you want it. And the OS that you *do* have to compile already comes with it configured to...
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    Not in Fedora you can't. :( They're still not...

    Not in Fedora you can't. :( They're still not building the kernel with support for it nor offering a module in a package. Sort of makes the userland tools somewhat less useful.
  18. Controller and Flash geometry correction

    First, since the Vertex 3 uses a sandforce controller--which uses compression to enhance performance--I'm curious to know how compressable the data is that was used in those tests which show the...
  19. Colorblind help?

    As a color blind fellow, could I suggest a feature? With the many different kinds of color blindness and the random collection of colors used in graphs, one thing that I think would help is the...
  20. x86 vs ARM on GCC vs LLVM

    It's interesting to see how the situation seems to be different when going from x86 to ARM when comparing GCC and LLVM. On x86, GCC pretty much wins in all but a few tests. Move to LLVM and the...
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