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  1. Hi Michael, yes, I understand that and I still...

    Hi Michael, yes, I understand that and I still think my analogy applies. Putting two fundamentally incomparable numbers on the same graph is not very useful.

    IMHO it would be far more accurate to...
  2. Do you understand what apples-to-oranges means? ...

    Do you understand what apples-to-oranges means?

    The whole point of graphing results is to allow easy visual comparison. If the quantities are not actually comparable, then the chart is useless.
    ...
  3. Rather than just noting the capability, it would...

    Rather than just noting the capability, it would have been useful to benchmark KDE with unredirected fullscreen windows. Otherwise the numbers aren't useful - it's apples-to-oranges..
  4. The X screen locker has always been a suboptimal...

    The X screen locker has always been a suboptimal hack.

    KDE 4.8 (to be released on 25th Jan) already ditches the X screen locker for one integrated with the compositor. This just goes to show what...
  5. That's very interesting. Thanks for the update,...

    That's very interesting. Thanks for the update, and good luck fighting the lawyers!
  6. It is very good to hear that there is movement on...

    It is very good to hear that there is movement on this. I thought that releasing any kind of UVD support was totally off the table due to DRM.

    Can you provide any more details of what you are...
  7. I don't understand your issue. No options are...

    I don't understand your issue. No options are shown until you click Settings -> Configure. If you don't want to see an option, can't you just not open the options dialogue?
  8. So the conclusion could be that Windows and Linux...

    So the conclusion could be that Windows and Linux are both affected by the BIOS bug.

    Or, it could be that none of the systems have a buggy BIOS.

    TFA misses the most interesting point.
  9. Thanks for your work in figuring out what is...

    Thanks for your work in figuring out what is going on here Michael.

    I'd just like to say, however, that calling this a "Kernel Regression" seems fairly disingenuous. This is a BIOS bug, only seen...
  10. What is up with the unlabelled axes on these...

    What is up with the unlabelled axes on these graphs? And why do some of the plots appear to stop in the middle of the graph?

    I also fail to see the "well-known" power regression.. can anyone...
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    I want one of these sandforce-powered USB3 drives...

    I want one of these sandforce-powered USB3 drives - running from USB at (almost) SSD speeds!
    http://www.anandtech.com/show/4417/computex-2011-supertalent-introduces-sandforce-powered-usb3-stick
  12. At this point I would like to see Michael pull...

    At this point I would like to see Michael pull his head in. So you found a kernel bug. Woohoo? There have been 50 others reported in the last week, and I don't see other bug reporters whinging about...
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    Awesome, can't wait to see how this develops. ...

    Awesome, can't wait to see how this develops.

    Martin + the Kwin team continually push the envelope of WM features both in the linux world and even considering Windows / OS X.
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    They really don't have any meaning: ...

    They really don't have any meaning:

    http://kerneltrap.org/Linux/Kernel_Release_Numbering_Redux
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    They just got AppArmor into the kernel...

    They just got AppArmor into the kernel too - hopefully this will help address some of the criticism about lack of support for upstream which has been levelled at Canonical recently.
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    I think it comes down to the tools. From a...

    I think it comes down to the tools. From a development perspective: Qt is far superior to Gtk in almost every way as a widget toolkit, and it provides an entire integrated application framework which...
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    Charlie's commentary...

    Charlie's commentary, though hyperbolic, is largely correct IMHO.
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    I think this is a storm in a very small teacup -...

    I think this is a storm in a very small teacup - one guy who used to work at Red Hat having a rant. The plain fact is that there is no clause in the GPL specifying the amount of code you have to...
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    stupid, unfunny and wrong to boot...

    stupid, unfunny and wrong to boot. fail.
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    @droidhacker: +10

    @droidhacker: +10
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