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  1. I brought you that back in 2009, i would've done...

    I brought you that back in 2009, i would've done so in 2007, but i got interrupted by doing RadeonHD and making a kicking and screaming ATI free :)
  2. Innovation, redhat style...

    ... Or just another case of history repeating.

    Step 1: Canonical or SuSE does something (for a change, if they don't, they get bashed by redhat too).
    Step 2: X weeks later, redhat says "Me Too!"...
  3. Of course. VIA had register dumps taken straight...

    Of course. VIA had register dumps taken straight out of the BIOS in their code. This is why and where structured display driver development started. Openchrome forked away in the middle of me doing...
  4. Erm. Limited display support comes early. You can...

    Erm. Limited display support comes early. You can easily create a 3d driver by using most of the mesa software fallbacks as well. Neither is a measure of how difficult either task is.
  5. Those two statements are logically unrelated and...

    Those two statements are logically unrelated and unrelated to the discussion.

    Reply to exhibit A: James only now added patches to get DVI on VT1632 working.
    Reply to exhibit B: There was a...
  6. Have you done either?

    Have you done either?
  7. Bullshit. Getting full and proper display...

    Bullshit.

    Getting full and proper display support is much much harder than getting 3d. It's only for hypermaxxed devices that it is hard, as those things are way too unstable for their own good.
    ...
  8. But these two things are two things with which...

    But these two things are two things with which the X.org board does not occupy itself... The fact they are not even using their resources for infrastructure does beg the question why it exists at...
  9. As the person who pushed the board to become...

    As the person who pushed the board to become transparent and visible in 2010 (with finally public irc meetings and such), i must ask...

    It's all good and well that SPI would free up the board...
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    PowerVR is definitely holding the MIPS...

    PowerVR is definitely holding the MIPS architecture back these days. Act, IMG. Act.
  11. Do you see google claiming that they sell open...

    Do you see google claiming that they sell open source hardware?
  12. And the project "leader" is Navot Volk, who,...

    And the project "leader" is Navot Volk, who, according to linkedin founded this imp company in April 2014. Here he is doing product research:

    HI all,

    I bought the Beaglebone Black. i want to...
  13. It's yet another in a long line of enlightened...

    It's yet another in a long line of enlightened thinkers who have the following brainwave:

    $cheap_hw + $free_software + $crowdfunding == $mucho_dineros

    It ruins the field for the very few...
  14. Guess who is behind that lima driver, Sherlock....

    Guess who is behind that lima driver, Sherlock. And yes, our fully open source supporting friends did of course not contact me.
  15. Could be that i missed something, but how is this...

    Could be that i missed something, but how is this device open source? As far as i can tell, hardkernel does not do OSHW. And I, of all people, could be mistaken, but isn't the GPU driver they are...
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    Are you trying to claim that i am not ideological...

    Are you trying to claim that i am not ideological enough? Are you trying to claim that i am trying to protect a job? If so you, you should try to do some research and back up those facts, and find...
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    I once thought that ARM itself would be most open...

    I once thought that ARM itself would be most open to open source. I could not have been more wrong (according to my information, mostly thanks to my good friend Jem). IMG is already better with...
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    Yes, and no. His statement is by and large...

    Yes, and no. His statement is by and large correct. The kernel side is always licensed under the GPLv2, as such is the license of the kernel. It is indeed left up to the licensees, but the licensees...
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    Seems like a lot of the actual content of the...

    Seems like a lot of the actual content of the blog post was blatantly overlooked.

    The most obvious is the clear call to stop people from spreading useless proprietary code: it only achieves the...
  20. One of the reasons as to why ATI was such a big...

    One of the reasons as to why ATI was such a big problem for AMD back when they bought it, was the fact that the bad graphics driver situation reflected pretty badly on AMDs server business. AMD had a...
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