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    The ISA has been open for license for years; you...

    The ISA has been open for license for years; you can get a license and then build your own processor from the ground up. What they're doing here is offering their designs for licensing, i.e. you can...
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    Treasure trove of login info, since people on...

    Treasure trove of login info, since people on average probably use higher quality email accounts when bug reporting.
  3. Why would anyone demand an audit on an open...

    Why would anyone demand an audit on an open source driver that's had it's entire development catalogued in GIT history? They can get anyone they want to look at Nouveau code any day of the week.
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    None of it is from Utah. The oldest bits were...

    None of it is from Utah. The oldest bits were written for the newer cards, code for older cards came later.
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    I think you two are clueless. This is a group of...

    I think you two are clueless. This is a group of researchers interested in experimenting with GPGPU backends. They're probably not interested in what you're interested in. They're interested in IGPs...
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    Because that's not how the real Optimus works.

    Because that's not how the real Optimus works.
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    Nouveau doesn't owe anybody anything. All but one...

    Nouveau doesn't owe anybody anything. All but one of the regular contributors are working on it IN THEIR SPARE TIME, and the one who isn't is busy writing a lot of code. Everybody who uses it and...
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    Nouveau uses the card in the way that it was...

    Nouveau uses the card in the way that it was designed, it certainly doesn't overclock anything.
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    The intent was probably to indicate if the driver...

    The intent was probably to indicate if the driver was complete enough to run each of the state trackers, since some require less functionality than others.
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    Ahh so this is a solution to one problem being...

    Ahh so this is a solution to one problem being applied to a completely different situation, regardless of whether or not there really is a problem to solve? No wonder it makes no sense.
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    Cart before horse. You would first have to...

    Cart before horse. You would first have to clearly demonstrate that this makes things simpler and improves the end user experience.

    From my POV it doesn't make things simpler... this needs changes...
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    By interact with userspace I meant they present...

    By interact with userspace I meant they present an API to userspace that can't be broken, not that they do things that can disturb userspace.
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    The distinction is that firmware doesn't interact...

    The distinction is that firmware doesn't interact with userspace, DRM modules do.
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    Yes. Intel, IBM, Sun, and probably others have...

    Yes. Intel, IBM, Sun, and probably others have supported it for a while. And it's not a killer feature, I don't think it's that great personally.
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