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  1. Mistakes exist. I'm not of the opinion that LLVM...

    Mistakes exist. I'm not of the opinion that LLVM is bad (actually, the opposite), but the fact Apple uses it means nothing to me, and it's just an authority argument.


    There is a distinction...
  2. And they also has been directly avoiding to open...

    And they also has been directly avoiding to open source key pieces of their stack, but hey, they are the bastion of freedom.


    Seriously? GPLv2 is also incompatible with Apple's store, and that's...
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    Being sincere and having a conflict of interest...

    Being sincere and having a conflict of interest are not incompatible, and I never stated he is not being sincere. I stated that, if the reasons are the one you say (and just to be clear, I do agree...
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    But if things are as you depict, then there is a...

    But if things are as you depict, then there is a conflict of interest. If he is basing his decision in A) the fact he will still need to maintain Upstart (which isn't Debian's problem) and B) that...
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    Pretty much true, except Hurd is probably going...

    Pretty much true, except Hurd is probably going to be able to use systemd in the near-mid term. They are working towards providing the features it needs implemented on the kernel (or well, I'm not...
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    I'm bored, so don't expect anything useful from...

    I'm bored, so don't expect anything useful from this post.
    People should focus on the bright side: the economy should be moving pretty fast thanks to the rise on popcorn consumption.
    Also, I read...
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    I don't think you'll have to wait for any fork,...

    I don't think you'll have to wait for any fork, you'll probably have to wait until the extension's maintainer catches up. If there's something I've learned with Firefox, is that for every change they...
  8. I've read about that, although I didn't recall...

    I've read about that, although I didn't recall until you mentioned it. At least, I think I did, if it's called code dispatching. But it also leads to increased binary size and (maybe?) more cache...
  9. I wasn't referring to GPUs, as they change too...

    I wasn't referring to GPUs, as they change too often. Sorry if I didn't make that clear enough in my previous post, I though it was implicit in the part about me believing (BTW, is it that way or I'm...
  10. But that's not LLVM's fault, the use of JIT/AOT...

    But that's not LLVM's fault, the use of JIT/AOT compiling with shaders is how they are designed, if I understand it correctly. LLVM can be used for static compiling, CLang is an example of it, and...
  11. I'd rather have them tell about it so people on...

    I'd rather have them tell about it so people on the LLVM camp can fix whatever is wrong.
  12. Please, never fix it! It just looks so funny!

    Please, never fix it! It just looks so funny!
  13. Oh, yeah, I'm aware it has other problems. I was...

    Oh, yeah, I'm aware it has other problems. I was just pointing out that latency was intentionally left out because other issues were the priority. I had my share of problems with PA, specifically a...
  14. PulseAudio was never meant to be low latency, and...

    PulseAudio was never meant to be low latency, and low latency is not that important for consumer audio, which is what PA aims for. For professionals, there's JACK. Actually, I think you already...
  15. That's only a valid point regarding testing: it...

    That's only a valid point regarding testing: it has more users, therefore it's better tested in real world uses, but it's not as a matter of "most people prefer this", as all of the distributions...
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    I don't know if it's better or worse, but what...

    I don't know if it's better or worse, but what intrigues me is if it's intentional or not. If it's not, it should be filed as a bug.
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    I wonder: - Isn't the Chromium window lacking...

    I wonder:
    - Isn't the Chromium window lacking borders? Or it is just my memory failing/an interface change? I haven't used Chromium in more than a year, so maybe I just forgot how it looked (also, I...
  18. Then, we agree. I mistakenly thought you...

    Then, we agree. I mistakenly thought you mentioned "proper English" because when you talked about proper nouns the word "proper" kept floating on my head and got out of context. I do use some terms...
  19. Yes, but in practice, it's contributing back....

    Yes, but in practice, it's contributing back. Why? Because you not only have to give the source to the people you give binaries to, but give them the right to redistribute it, that's how the GPL...
  20. All of it is just more support to my point. Not...

    All of it is just more support to my point. Not only Upstart shouldn't be claiming portability while it currently doesn't work (aside from an experimental port to BSD) outside of Linux, nor should be...
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