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    Is it me, or did the Mali T-series market...

    Is it me, or did the Mali T-series market suddenly shrink massively? Now all we need is for Imgtec to do an open source driver.
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    Our primary goal with the radeonhd driver was to...

    Our primary goal with the radeonhd driver was to provide enterprise level support: maybe not all the features enabled, but solid (read: you get a working display every time), long term support. This...
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    rv6xx is everything but the r600: the HD2900,...

    rv6xx is everything but the r600: the HD2900, which upon announcement supposedly had uvd, but two days later this was correct. Apparently that block was broken on r600. So you're talking hd2400,...
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    But not with open source drivers.

    But not with open source drivers.
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    The only time i got paid for writing a driver,...

    The only time i got paid for writing a driver, from the second i started to the second i was forced to finish was at SuSE. And even then the broken politics of AMD vs ATI and SuSE vs redhat, and the...
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    If we all just left it to the hw vendor, we would...

    If we all just left it to the hw vendor, we would not be here today. There would be no gnu and no linux, no android, no ...

    That's a lot of excuses though, maybe you should stop whining.
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    Why don't you get constructively involved in the...

    Why don't you get constructively involved in the sunxi community and help out there?
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    Thanks. I got in a bit of a mess there because i...

    Thanks. I got in a bit of a mess there because i had expected html tags to work, and they didn't :)
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    I think i saw a simulator mentioned. Plus, as...

    I think i saw a simulator mentioned.

    Plus, as i said at the end of my rpi blog entry, the community surrounding the real low-level rpi stuff hasn't exactly been encouraged much.
  10. Does this hardware not have a 2D engine somewhere?

    Does this hardware not have a 2D engine somewhere?
  11. Is ATI allowing video bios updates on discrete...

    Is ATI allowing video bios updates on discrete gpus these days? I thought that their stance was that after initial board bringup, the thing would be perfect and that nobody would ever need a...
  12. I am very much aware of that. The great thing...

    I am very much aware of that. The great thing about the Allwinner A10 and A20 is that there is a very active community there, simply because Allwinner was so chinese that it didn't bother putting...
  13. I am amazed. Banana Pi, Hummingboard? Why would...

    I am amazed. Banana Pi, Hummingboard? Why would you even want to look into those bits of china junk? If you want a more powerful processor, check out the...
  14. Still, this event is now a separate section in...

    Still, this event is now a separate section in Qualcomms wikipedia page, congrats. How much damage did Cyveillance do to itself, and will it now go bust or will it rename itself?
  15. Amazing how people have forgotten that we...

    Amazing how people have forgotten that we would've had a property based system to begin with like 8 years ago, if i hadn't been shot down as i was: http://libv.livejournal.com/13443.html
  16. Have you ever looked at BIOS code? Because if you...

    Have you ever looked at BIOS code? Because if you had, that would've told you that at the other end of the openness spectrum things are unbelievably broken.

    Proprietary software will be somewhere...
  17. This is everything open source in a nutshell......

    This is everything open source in a nutshell... The starry eyed idealism on one side, while massively underestimating the amount of work involved, and also underestimating the damage the community...
  18. Steammachines are not the desktop. They are...

    Steammachines are not the desktop. They are another use of linux, which, admittedly, probably uses more of the userspace than either chrome or android, but it's not a standard desktop installation.
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  19. Just in time...

    ... for 2004. Or how to be 10years too late. The second half of the 2000s is when this should've been sorted, now it is way too late as the linux desktop is dead.

    No thanks to his former employer...
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    I love the security argument. It's not really...

    I love the security argument. It's not really related or even relevant. Less symbols is just more obscurity. The fact that many of the symbols are stupidly named and not suited for public consumption...
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