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    Oh yeah, and the license must also be the reason...

    Oh yeah, and the license must also be the reason why BSD operating systems are far more successful and technically superior and more popular than Linux and have more developers contributing than on...
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    +1 asdasdasdasd
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    (please don't reply to this article, it's a...

    (please don't reply to this article, it's a troll, don't feed it, move on)
  4. Now if only Apple had developed their 64-bit llvm...

    Now if only Apple had developed their 64-bit llvm backend as open source, in cooperation with the rest of the LLVM developers from the start, now there would be only one implementation...
  5. SLI, as in the Nvidia technology that lets you...

    SLI, as in the Nvidia technology that lets you connect two (or more) Nvidia GPU's together? Gains under Mantle? Source?
  6. Doing something in the open should require no...

    Doing something in the open should require no more resources than doing it behind it closed doors. In the worst case nobody's interested in your code you're not losing anything, and in the best case...
  7. Google also contributes back to Linux, by the...

    Google also contributes back to Linux, by the way.

    Anyway - I'm not hating what Jolla has been doing, I'm just really sad. I'm sad that these brilliant people that have been working on this open...
  8. I wonder how they can reduce memory usage by more...

    I wonder how they can reduce memory usage by more than 100% ...
  9. Just tried it on another computer, and it does...

    Just tried it on another computer, and it does work for me. You have to go to my original post for the link, download the extension v 0.5 .crx file (it says no preview available, just press...
  10. This is getting BEAUTIFUL

    Version 0.5 of my phoronix extension is now available. The two most noticeable changes are:


    Wide content (images, youtube embeds, etc.) on articles is now properly supported (ie. scaled to fit...
  11. Right now I'm thinking of making the extension...

    Right now I'm thinking of making the extension (and possible site mirroring mechanism, but I haven't really looked into that yet) so it would only do its work when the user has signed into Phoronix...
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    Hey, I remember hearing that there exists a...

    Hey, I remember hearing that there exists a plugin in the Firefox world of the name "Greasemonkey", that lets users do similar things I did with my little phoronix plugin for Chrome (see my thread in...
  13. Version 0.4 of the extension is now available. I...

    Version 0.4 of the extension is now available. I have now added better support for the images that are displayed on top of an article.
    Screenshot:
    http://i.imgur.com/6ycQpBp.png
  14. Finally figured out how to fix the page...

    Finally figured out how to fix the page flickering, so the extension has now been updated. (The body element is now hidden until the DOM changes are finished)



    Yeah, it's totally me where the...
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    I made this Chrome extension for myself last...

    I made this Chrome extension for myself last night to get rid of the new phoronix theme. If anyone else feels like the new theme is not for them, they are also free to try it.
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  16. Actually, that was my initial approach, but it...

    Actually, that was my initial approach, but it turned to be good for just that - minor adjustments. There seemed to be no way to just write all CSS from scratch and that's why it turned out to...
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    As a quick workaround to this awful theme I've...

    As a quick workaround to this awful theme I've made a chrome browser plugin to restore the old Phoronix theme. See this thread for details.
  18. Phoronix website design (mostly) fixed by a third-party plugin

    Here is a Chrome browser plugin that mostly reverts the phoronix design back to the original one.

    It's mainly CSS from the original theme, made to work with the new one, and a few lines of...
  19. He didn't claim that webP is the de-facto image...

    He didn't claim that webP is the de-facto image format for any purpose. He just said that "image/webp" is the de-facto mime-type used for webP images.
  20. Not that I claim to know much about anything, but...

    Not that I claim to know much about anything, but since when have you cared if your CPU does (not) have an integrated GPU/video output?
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