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  1. I couldn't agree more. They contribute back so...

    I couldn't agree more.

    They contribute back so everybody can benefit from their work, instead of trying to make short-term profit or headlines.

    Thanks!
  2. Sure, however it pretty much rules ZoL out of...

    Sure, however it pretty much rules ZoL out of being the Linux' next mainstream FS following ext4.
    From this point of view I am quite happy with how btrfs evolves (even if it took a lot longer than...
  3. Google...

    Sad that I had a hard time finding google-sponsored commits in the btrfs source tree.
    Kudos there go to mainly Suse, Fujitsu, RedHat, Facebook and Oracle.
  4. I didn't say Unity is bad in any way - it is...

    I didn't say Unity is bad in any way - it is however licensed and maintained in a way no sane distributor would ship it as anything more than an optional add-on user-interface.
    In my opinion this is...
  5. Contributions sorted by company

    It would be great to see again which company contributed how much.

    It is always interesting to see, that e.g. RedHat is heavily involved in most important projects whereas Canonical usually...
  6. Cortex-A7 > Arm11

    This suggests Cortex-A7 to be inferior to the Raspberry's ARM11, however the Cortex-A7 is more powerful (partly dual-issue) and ARMv7 capable (while ARM11 is ARMv6 only).
    However, it is still a...
  7. Hmm ...

    They may have grown a lot, yet they still seem to ignore almost all bug-reports filed at freedeskop's bugzilla, whereas a bug filed against the intel-ddx is usually fixed in a day or two by Intel's...
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    Encoding is not vastly different from all the...

    Encoding is not vastly different from all the other microbenchmarks, its more or less the same type of workload (kind of number-crunching) - where you spend a lot of time in quite small and highly...
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    hmm :/

    Sad that there are so many computational tests like encoding or micro-benchmarks like c-ray.

    Except for the games, there aren't *any* tests which perform typical workload like bootup-time,...
  10. Oehm

    MIR's licensing (you have to assign Canonical your copyright) basically makes it impossible for any other distribution to use MIR without giving up control over a very important part of a desktop...
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    Nope, doesn't work with mesa 9.2 on intel either,...

    Nope, doesn't work with mesa 9.2 on intel either, same error.
    Please add a "me too" to the bug tracker: https://bugzilla.icculus.org/show_bug.cgi?id=5955

    Thanks, Clemens
  12. No 2D benchmarks :/

    Sad that 2D performance was completely ignored in this benchmark round.
    It would have been really interesting to see how well the completely re-done 2D driver architecture RadeonSI performs ......
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    Cool :)

    Being someone how doesn't really appriciate first person shooters or 2d jump&runs, I am really happy to see dear esther was natively ported to Linux.
    Bought the humble bundle 8 because of dear...
  14. ;)

    I actually don't mind trolls if its funny. But this was hardly worth the reading :/


    Following your logic, Excel is a Lotus-123 wannabe ;)
  15. ??

    Can you elaborate on this? ;)
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    What does this have to do with SSDs? The...

    What does this have to do with SSDs?
    The relative overhead added by encryption is a lot higher for SSDs compared to HDDs (as HDDs tend to be so slow that a few additional CPU cycles do not count...
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    Sadly?

    Sadly? Grub2 in my eyes is the second worst thing, right after Gnome3, that happend to desktop Linux in recent years.
    Why do things the simple way if you can make it really hard and complex...
  18. Horray :) .....

    Horray :) .....
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    Hmm

    I wonder where the few die-hard pro-Ubuntu fighters here come from ... maybe canonical ;)
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    RedHat for rescue

    I really wish RedHat would invest a little bit more into the Desktop, to fight Ubuntus dominance on the desktop avoiding a vendor-lock-in of the desktop user-space.
    However, when looking at...
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