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  1. My favourite project using Raspberry Pi. An RPi...

    My favourite project using Raspberry Pi. An RPi based smartwatch:
    http://hardkernel.com/main/products/prdt_info.php
  2. I second this. +1 Not sure if calling the...

    I second this.

    +1

    Not sure if calling the new api OpenGL NG is good.
    The working group should use a new, different name as well. To avoid confusion and to make clear this won't be the same...
  3. And freedom. Avoiding back-doors. Put there by...

    And freedom.
    Avoiding back-doors. Put there by government or corporations.

    And control, you should be in control over your computer not some government or corporation.
  4. Better names, yes. Open Source projects...

    Better names, yes. Open Source projects frequently suffer from having really bad names.
  5. Speaking about ARM unification: ARM 'Server...

    Speaking about ARM unification:

    ARM 'Server Base System Architecture' (SBSA) specification...
  6. The Raspberri Pi hardware only supports OpenGL ES...

    The Raspberri Pi hardware only supports OpenGL ES 1/2.

    From: http://elinux.org/Raspberry_Pi_VideoCore_APIs
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    Good improvements. http://owncloud.org/seven/...

    Good improvements.

    http://owncloud.org/seven/
    Like the improvements, especially the speed improvements.

    Love the new files view options.

    The mobile web browser support is very welcome.
    ...
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    Very appealing features for consumers, if only...

    Very appealing features for consumers, if only more people were computer (security) savvy
  9. Very useful progress.

    Very useful progress.
  10. It's about time!

    It's about time!
  11. Small and powerful you say. The Gigabyte's...

    Small and powerful you say.

    The Gigabyte's Brix Pro might be what you are looking for:
    http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2014/02/a-turbo-charged-quad-core-mini-desktop-gigabytes-brix-pro-reviewed/
  12. The Raspberry Pi hardware has dedicated hardware...

    The Raspberry Pi hardware has dedicated hardware for video decoding.
    http://www.broadcom.com/products/BCM2835

    Which deludes people into thinking the RPi is as fast as any other current computer....
  13. ASTC/ETC2 isn't natively supported by many GPUs...

    ASTC/ETC2 isn't natively supported by many GPUs YET!

    Application developers who write modern applications should at least allow use of ASTC/ETC2 instead of the patented older S3TC texture format.
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    Very good progress! If the race problem could be...

    Very good progress!
    If the race problem could be solved, that would be swell!
    And make this a solution without any disadvantages!
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    Everybody please don't believe Microsoft. ...

    Everybody please don't believe Microsoft.

    Microsoft's file formats are their lockin for Microsoft Office.
    It binds you to their products due to network effects. It's a business strategy to...
  16. Oh look 64 bit! Looks like somebody is making...

    Oh look 64 bit! Looks like somebody is making sure they have updated equipment. Too bad it is the Russian government.
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    Emoji = bloat.

    Emoji = bloat.
  18. As others have said about open sourcing and...

    As others have said about open sourcing and API's.
    FYI: An API is a set of agreements about what and how something is done, it is a form of a specification not implementation.
    It is not a piece of...
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    Firefox is really betting behind! No 64 bit...

    Firefox is really betting behind!

    No 64 bit support for x86_64 while all other browsers have.
    Mozilla needs to spend some time on improving the technical inards of Firefox, under the hood...
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    Blacklists are not always immediately updated,...

    Blacklists are not always immediately updated, read perfect, to the latest software versions when new programs and drivers or new versions of existing programs and drivers come out.
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