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  1. Mozilla integrating a media library into Firefox...

    Mozilla integrating a media library into Firefox is sort-of like asking them to use Qt.

    On one hand, the library handles the abstractions between most of the platforms; Qt/ffmpeg/MPV all work...
  2. I just want to add 2 things: 1) FirefoxOS is...

    I just want to add 2 things:
    1) FirefoxOS is actually quite popular in so-called "3rd-world countries" where smartphones are just becoming a thing. This built-in chat that let's them chat with...
  3. Yes, both of those are possible. Google merely...

    Yes, both of those are possible. Google merely restricted 480/1080p and 60fps playback to browsers that support MSE. Chrome/Chromium has supported it for ages, and Firefox at least supports it by...
  4. Uhh... can I get some source on this? I follow...

    Uhh... can I get some source on this? I follow most Mozilla news quite closely and I haven't heard anything about Mozilla making a language to replace JavaScript.
    If you're talking about Rust, I...
  5. Is the titan a consumer-grade card though? I...

    Is the titan a consumer-grade card though? I thought consumer cards only went up to ~$700 or so. This is more of a general "parallel powerhouse" card that I could see being used in CAD/etc...
  6. From what I got out of it, this is merely a layer...

    From what I got out of it, this is merely a layer on top of their already-used backend(s) to make the API simpler and easier to work with. Sort of like Photon for KDE, but not for media stuff.
    In...
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    Two things: 1. The "easy now" is subjective. If...

    Two things:
    1. The "easy now" is subjective. If you're very proficient with Django and moderately proficient with JavaScript, then obviously using Python as a backend would be easier to you.
    2. As...
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    Honestly? It depends on what you're doing. If...

    Honestly? It depends on what you're doing.
    If all you're doing is changing a few parts of the page, JavaScript is faster 99% of the time. However, if you're working with any moderate amount of data...
  9. Isn't that why distros prefer people download via...

    Isn't that why distros prefer people download via torrents? Unless you're downloading via a torrent in which case... what??
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    Oh man, how I wish that were so... The amount of...

    Oh man, how I wish that were so...
    The amount of intermediate steps the browser has to go through to decode and render the video is wayyy higher than using a normal video player. No matter what,...
  11. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/thunderbird/addon...

    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/thunderbird/addon/bamboo-feed-reader/

    You can thank me later.
  12. Have you tried using the latest SMPlayer with MPV...

    Have you tried using the latest SMPlayer with MPV as a backend? They don't use the recommended interfaces for MPV which makes me wonder about how stable it is and how the performance stacks up with...
  13. Because they're taking 2-3 years to do 1 year of...

    Because they're taking 2-3 years to do 1 year of development work with the amount of people working on it? The only reasons I can think of for that are:
    1. They just don't care and thus aren't...
  14. This is AWESOME! I don't use Pipelight anymore...

    This is AWESOME!

    I don't use Pipelight anymore since Chrome has native support (though, honestly, Netflix is the only thing I use Chrome for...) but I can imagine the performance gains this will...
  15. You know... I first replied as soon as I got home...

    You know... I first replied as soon as I got home from work. Now that I have a bit of sense about me... I can see the sarcasm dripping off of his comment.

    Work fries your brain...
    (also commas...
  16. While I'm rooting for Clang in this situation...

    While I'm rooting for Clang in this situation (and pretty much in general), GCC does not suck. It has a few problems here and there, but by-and-large it's still one of the best (if not _the_ best)...
  17. Wayland itself is stable enough, but the...

    Wayland itself is stable enough, but the compositors and extensions aren't quite there yet. I'm going to assume that by 3rd quarter this year Gnome and KDE on Wayland will be 95% usable for...
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    It's quite reasonable, given the rest of his...

    It's quite reasonable, given the rest of his post. Most of the performance hit (probably a good 80%) of running games in Wine is the DX > OGL translation and execution. If NVidia tomorrow were to...
  19. Call me suspicious, but shouldn't the president...

    Call me suspicious, but shouldn't the president of the Khronos group NOT be the employee of, say, one of the members of said group? Slight bias much...?
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    The only real problem with porting League of...

    The only real problem with porting League of Legends over to Linux is that their client uses Adobe Air, which has been unsupported on Linux since... it's release? a month after? It was so short I...
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