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    Sounds like RedHat are going to help CentOS...

    Sounds like RedHat are going to help CentOS provide a cutting-edge virtualization stack. I assume this is to get CentOS users hooked on virtualization so that RedHat can sell them support contracts...
  2. I would just like to point out to all those...

    I would just like to point out to all those complaining about Netflix's use of Silverlight and DRM, that the reason for that is because it's mandated by the film studios.

    Netflix would naturally...
  3. I would love to see PA on Android. It would...

    I would love to see PA on Android.

    It would make a kick-ass Apple Airplay competitor since you could stream high-quality audio directly to a sink on another device. Think Raspberry Pi acting as an...
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    phew, terminology

    A couple of questions on this if you dont mind :)



    Ok, correct me if I'm wrong here. H.264 VA-API support means hardware accelerated flash video right?

    Is this something that is unlikely to...
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    Buttons position?

    Are the buttons still on the left-side?
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    I donít think the discussion at hand is solely...

    I donít think the discussion at hand is solely regarding whether or not the safety mechanisms should be put in place.

    I'm pretty certain I read that the original problems with data loss were due...
  7. Benchmarking 10.04 alpha 1? Jeez, you guys must...

    Benchmarking 10.04 alpha 1? Jeez, you guys must be bored..

    How about getting that Win7 build finished so we can finally see those Ubuntu/Mac/Win7 comparisons already??
  8. I don't really see any Ubuntu release as...

    I don't really see any Ubuntu release as production release :P Releasing every 6 months just isn't enough time to iron out all the bugs and provide enough polish for a desktop imo.

    I'm just hoping...
  9. Yay

    It got 7.4 on IGN. I guess that's pretty good. Might give it a go.

    Also, shouldn't icculus be hard at work porting UT3?

    Alex
    http://isitopen.eu.org/
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    We're actually in the process of building something similar

    We've just recently built a proof-of-concept site called 'isitopen' which allows users to submit and rate devices to determine how 'open' they are (i.e. source-code available, proprietary...
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    I've been becoming more and more convinced of the...

    I've been becoming more and more convinced of the following every day. The latest Ubuntu Intel Mess (TM) is a very clever way to do releases. Releasing broken Intel drivers is without a doubt, the...
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    NetworkManager 0.7 oooh!

    Haha, NetworkManager 0.7.. yeah, it's so good that you can't actually set static IP addresses on ethernet cards!
    ...
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    Not grasping

    What kind of interesting developments or projects could this lead to?

    I'm not bridging the gap between the ubuntu source packages and how this will make a difference in my head.
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    Why do they want to do that? What do they gain by...

    Why do they want to do that? What do they gain by not including EAX in the ALSA driver?
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    Where'd they get the code from?

    So, OSS is using copyrighted Creative Labs code in their open-source driver? I wonder where they got it from.

    Seems likely that they somehow got their hands on the code of the binary beta driver...
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