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  1. So once again it came to gallium vs non-gallium...

    So once again it came to gallium vs non-gallium battle... I kinda don't have much more to say about it that I haven't already said before - we do not intend to work on Gallium because it does not...
  2. There are some sparc and powerpc-based...

    There are some sparc and powerpc-based workstations in the wild, but they are rare. And at least the powerpc-based ones seem to have an amazing greed for power, as Greg K-H found out some months ago...
  3. Thanks guys, I really hope so :).

    Thanks guys, I really hope so :).
  4. Yeah, I had the same experience. It looked like...

    Yeah, I had the same experience. It looked like all that odd symbols from matrix to me in the beginning, and after looking and looking at all those registers and their content it suddenly transformed...
  5. I also posted this to google+, facebook, twitter...

    I also posted this to google+, facebook, twitter and irc. I don't know how much more louder should we announce a new set of documentation releases :).
  6. Yes, you are right, please ignore that 150+ bug...

    Yes, you are right, please ignore that 150+ bug fixes over the past 2 weeks in i915 driver we did and performance improvement which range around 10-100% all around (for some cases and some workloads...
  7. To have OpenGL 3.0, it is necessary to build Mesa...

    To have OpenGL 3.0, it is necessary to build Mesa with --enable-texture-float (to enable floating-point textures, which are not enabled by default due to non-clear patent situation), and also to have...
  8. Is there any bug about this by a chance? I don't...

    Is there any bug about this by a chance? I don't recall any similar issues that I've seen on bugzilla lately..

    Also, what GPU card is it? Sandy Bridge? And what is the xf86-video-intel and mesa...
  9. Thanks! Many people worked really hard on it for...

    Thanks! Many people worked really hard on it for many months, both within Intel and in the open-source community, to get to this point. That is the power of open-source!

    And also, speaking about...
  10. Unless anything unforeseeable happens, I don't...

    Unless anything unforeseeable happens, I don't think this will happen.
  11. Thanks!! :)

    Thanks!! :)
  12. Truth be told, when you properly optimize your...

    Truth be told, when you properly optimize your code to any of those extensions, you get amazing results on any processor that supports them :).
  13. There is always a plan :).

    There is always a plan :).
  14. /me would really like to avoid converting the 'u8...

    /me would really like to avoid converting the 'u8 gen' variable which describes chip generation into a float for strictly describing the chip generation :).
  15. Just a guess from my side, and please do not take...

    Just a guess from my side, and please do not take this as some official comment about future GPU architectures :).

    My opinion is that with Ultrabooks, notebooks and smartphones, the highest...
  16. Oh my... I wish they were so. Out of all those...

    Oh my... I wish they were so. Out of all those 1400000000 transistors in Ivy Bridge (http://www.anandtech.com/show/4798/ivy-bridge-148b-transistors) and 1160000000 transistors in Sandy Bridge, a...
  17. Hi Michael, looks like your results for Warsow...

    Hi Michael,

    looks like your results for Warsow and Xonotic with Mac OS X drivers haven't made it through...

    And the corruption you seen on Nexuiz...
  18. One example which immediately comes into mind is...

    One example which immediately comes into mind is the GL_EXT_transform_feedback, which needs hardware support to track state changes between different batch buffers. So on pre-Sandy Bridge platform,...
  19. Just to elaborate a bit more on that. Usually...

    Just to elaborate a bit more on that. Usually such level of support lies upon Linux distribution maintainers/packagers, as it basically only involves backporting patches from newer kernel/X.org/etc...
  20. Wikipedia has some history of ACPI version...

    Wikipedia has some history of ACPI version changes: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Configuration_and_Power_Interface#History
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