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  1. Actually sometimes it is the only reason. ...

    Actually sometimes it is the only reason. Beligerance seems to be another problem.


    That is like telling a C++ programmer it is somebody's else's problem to move his code to C++ 14! It is...
  2. That is a far smaller number of libs than any...

    That is a far smaller number of libs than any time in he past. The number is so small it doesn't really matter anymore.


    No it it's time for the user base to wise up and move on. Reject...
  3. Took the words right out of my finger tips! Red...

    Took the words right out of my finger tips! Red hats feet dragging here has been deplorable.
  4. Add another in favor of more benchmarking.

    Actually I'd be interested in more general coverage of BSD to go along with benchmarking. LLVM/CLang coverage (news not benchmarking) at least once a week would be nice too.
  5. Fedora should be more milestone based.

    I'm not sure I care what compiler they ship, it is more a desire to see them ship what they say they will sip and not get hung up on a date. Maybe 23 will be all GCC 5 built, it would be nice but...
  6. Nice!

    Now all we need is some benchmarking!
  7. This X11 is very interesting!

    I will wait of course to see what Apple does with the Mac Book Air.
  8. It is up to the software engineer to find the...

    It is up to the software engineer to find the best solution for his specific problem!

    Sure but if well coded an app will know how to deal with the special cases.

    What difference does it...
  9. I think you completely missed the point of AMDs...

    I think you completely missed the point of AMDs heterogeneous computing initiative.


    When a GPU has equal access to RAM this is no longer a problem. The overhead isn't any different that...
  10. Why would he do this?

    I'm puzzled by the idea of putting this on a USB bus. In modern hardware you would either use an analog in or one of the embedded serial busses that exist for this very purpose. USB is massive...
  11. Well that is kind! My first thought was "what in...

    Well that is kind! My first thought was "what in the hell are these…". Well you get the idea.


    If it is a personal project I'm not really concerned at all. They are free to do whatever they...
  12. Actually 8% can be very noticeable. However in...

    Actually 8% can be very noticeable. However in this case we have to ask 8% of what. I'm a big fan of the Clanfg/LLVM team but this blog is a meaningless post. There was nothing of substance in...
  13. I gave up on fedora and purchased a Mac for my...

    I gave up on fedora and purchased a Mac for my daily workstation several years ago. I did that because the release practices at the time sucked big time and apparently still do. Is it really that...
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    When claims are made that don't have supporting...

    When claims are made that don't have supporting data then yes it is a fabrication. That is exactly what you have when their is an attempt to say that the actual rates where much higher but we don't...
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    You likely are fitting a loosing battle here...

    You likely are fitting a loosing battle here because too many lack objectivity and are hell bent on promoting LINUX as the only one true solution to ones computing needs.


    Actually at work I...
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    The point is how did this suicide rate compare to...

    The point is how did this suicide rate compare to the rest of the population at the time? Just because a slave, a Foxcon worker, or a volunteer fireman commit suicide doesn't imply the job was...
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    If Foxcon had suicide rates higher than the...

    If Foxcon had suicide rates higher than the general population in China we might have a rational discussion. Beyond that who says there have been no suicides in Taiwan?

    I really don't...
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    You do realize that the U.S. had an extensive...

    You do realize that the U.S. had an extensive history with real slavery. Slaves didn't kill themselves off then and frankly the working conditions where far more horrific.

    Further people...
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    There are far worst place to work than China ...

    There are far worst place to work than China

    Actually you now have companies leaving China due to the high wages there.

    If you do something stupid in the US you get replaced also. In fact...
  20. Surprised at the differences in the GPU benches

    I was expecting crappy Mac OS GPU performance figures but I rather shocked at the differences between the various Linux distros. In a very literal sense it shows that most platforms have a long...
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