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  1. Apps which get a significant speed boost from SSE...

    Apps which get a significant speed boost from SSE usually perform runtime detection of SSE-enabled CPUs (and load the appropriate libs if so). Not sure about these apps, though.
  2. This is quite ironic. Forks are usually the...

    This is quite ironic. Forks are usually the result of a minority or half of the developers having different ideas about a project. It is usually the bigger side that gets to keep the name and the...
  3. What? Delta RPMs are great. Even on 5 year old...

    What? Delta RPMs are great. Even on 5 year old hardware RPM reconstruction is fast enough. Think about people with slow internet access.
  4. Another regular KDevelop user here (been running...

    Another regular KDevelop user here (been running prerelease 4.7 for awhile). Good news indeed! Great C++ IDE.
  5. At last!

    At last!
  6. So, thinking about price and performance, are...

    So, thinking about price and performance, are AMD's offerings competitive with Intel's Core i5s?

    Edit: I see this was mentioned in the last part of the article. IMO, $199 vs $220 is not...
  7. If you like that, then you'll love NixOS...

    If you like that, then you'll love NixOS (automatic dependency discovery, multiple version coexistence, atomic updates/rollbacks).
  8. systemd is now an umbrella project for many...

    systemd is now an umbrella project for many components that interact which each other. The systemd executable (init system) is just a part of it. Remember udev is also part of systemd.
  9. For traditional HDD usage I've found XFS/Ext4...

    For traditional HDD usage I've found XFS/Ext4 serve my needs better. I keep a Btrfs loopback device for cases where CoW is a must. Going the way of SSDs or RAID Btrfs might be a better choice.
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    Wow, the committee is working fast nowadays....

    Wow, the committee is working fast nowadays. Great news. C++ is becoming much more usable with the additions and changes. I've been working with C++11 the past few months and I can't imagine going...
  11. We still need to wait for the threading rework...

    We still need to wait for the threading rework which is not available in this patch yet. Hopefully things will get much better with that.
  12. The article says the new company will be wholy...

    The article says the new company will be wholy owned by Digia.
  13. AFAIK, DRI3 was disabled in Arch. Check the...

    AFAIK, DRI3 was disabled in Arch. Check the PKGBUILDs of xorg-server and mesa.
  14. I believe systemd is a bit too heavy on the...

    I believe systemd is a bit too heavy on the storage side of the equation for old and not so old routers. Every byte of flash memory counts.
  15. OpenWrt 12.09 user here. IPv6 was already...

    OpenWrt 12.09 user here. IPv6 was already available (I've been using it for awhile now), but you had to manually install and configure the whole stack. Not hard, if you know your way around OpenWrt...
  16. Yes! I've been waiting for a new OpenWRT release....

    Yes! I've been waiting for a new OpenWRT release. I'll make sure to check it next weekend :)
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    Do you have any links regarding that...

    Do you have any links regarding that recommendation? (XFS user here).
  18. Though I see your point, Lennart did give...

    Though I see your point, Lennart did give alternatives: either fork and maintain current versions (which is par for the course in open source development when something changes and you need to keep...
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    The article states that Btfs was skipped this...

    The article states that Btfs was skipped this round because it is too unstable in the 3.16 snapshot that Michael used.
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    The option is where anyone would expect it to be:...

    The option is where anyone would expect it to be: in the preferences menu (which in turn is also quite simple, so you should be able to find it quickly).
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