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  1. Reminds me of the Opera blog where they asked how...

    Reminds me of the Opera blog where they asked how come it's the only browser with good hidpi support.

    "we gave all devs hidpi laptops"

    ;)
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    If you go read the thread, it was not much or...

    If you go read the thread, it was not much or even slower for smaller images. 4kx3k JPEGs aren't exactly common.
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    You probably know, but that one is in the...

    You probably know, but that one is in the libjpeg-turbo patch tracker, where it was rejected for not bringing enough speedup as well as other issues.
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    There is nothing to handle. "Ahead of time" is...

    There is nothing to handle. "Ahead of time" is simply the normal mode for llvm, such as clang and gcc.

    Android ART is equivalent to a Gentoo system with -march=native.
  5. In AMD blob time, "fairly quickly" is equivalent...

    In AMD blob time, "fairly quickly" is equivalent to Valve time, being a time between three (3) and fourteen (14) years.
  6. Do any one of them open the early boot loader...

    Do any one of them open the early boot loader (pre-uboot)? I recall only Allwinner has that part open, with all other ARM vendors supplying a blob.
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    That would work yes, if she could change the boot...

    That would work yes, if she could change the boot order, but it would be noticeable. The boot messages would change, there would be a delay, and there would be HD access when none is expected.
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    Are you saying LUKS blindly executes code from...

    Are you saying LUKS blindly executes code from its own header on disk? I have a hard time believing its designers are that stupid. Remember, the boot code is from the USB, since the entire disk is...
  9. What's stopping you? With over 500 phoronix posts...

    What's stopping you? With over 500 phoronix posts you're already halfway dev.
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    How will she install anything to the fully...

    How will she install anything to the fully encrypted disk without it being noticed? Or change the boot order of Coreboot that can only be changed by reflashing the bios chip? ;)

    Obviously Intel,...
  11. "With devices that support WiFi powersave for...

    "With devices that support WiFi powersave for WiFi adapters that support a power saving mode"

    So about that beer ;)
  12. "Cortana, install Ubuntu for me. And send...

    "Cortana, install Ubuntu for me. And send feedback to your corporate masters that copying Canonical ideas is lame."
  13. You'd move to Finland just for a job? Brave. :p

    You'd move to Finland just for a job? Brave. :p
  14. Why? As Rob implied, everyone (tm) has GL, while...

    Why? As Rob implied, everyone (tm) has GL, while nobody (tm) has GLES. Pi users are a tiny fraction of desktop users.
  15. For what gain? Old languages continue to be...

    For what gain? Old languages continue to be supported, moving may cost a huge amount, and bring no advantages at all. It may even bring disadvantages, like C++14 prevents your code from being built...
  16. This will revolutionize porn sites.

    This will revolutionize porn sites.
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    It's not "full disk" if /boot is unencrypted :P ...

    It's not "full disk" if /boot is unencrypted :P

    (why not boot from a specifically prepared USB drive that you always carry with yourself, that refuses to work in other computers, and won't do...
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    Be warned, many SD readers are really flaky. I...

    Be warned, many SD readers are really flaky. I wouldn't trust my /home to one.
  19. Lossless codecs already exist, humans have...

    Lossless codecs already exist, humans have different abilities. If you mean something like a genetic maximum, I don't know of any research to one, but would guess it wouldn't differ much from...
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    Yesterday there were something like 80 topics...

    Yesterday there were something like 80 topics made by a single spambot. If you browse primarily by "new topics", they'll block out all legit discussion.
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