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  1. Sort of, I think SteamOS is doing some...

    Sort of, I think SteamOS is doing some interesting stuff that's worthwhile, like shipping fixed drivers, optimized compositors, etc. Those may make it back into other distros, too.
  2. LOL, yep: Server:Microsoft-IIS/8.5...

    LOL, yep:

    Server:Microsoft-IIS/8.5
    X-AspNet-Version:4.0.30319
    X-Powered-By:ASP.NET
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    Have you ever read the Phoronix forums?

    Have you ever read the Phoronix forums?
  4. No, what they said is that typically bugs will...

    No, what they said is that typically bugs will only be disclosed publicly after a fix is released, and this is standard practice for responsible disclosure - there is typically a grace period for the...
  5. Default fan profiles are often entirely...

    Default fan profiles are often entirely inadequate. My thinkpad would routinely crack 90'C under moderate load because the BIOS would never spin the fans up sufficiently. It might be worth...
  6. Intel or bust, seriously.

    Intel or bust, seriously.
  7. To be fair, this probably all stems from when...

    To be fair, this probably all stems from when ffmpeg was replaced by libav in Debian due to perceived problems with maintenance, and some political nonsense. Now, however, libav is stagnating, and...
  8. The link to the session notes points back to the...

    The link to the session notes points back to the Phoronix article.
  9. Future breaking news: "The Debian TC passed a...

    Future breaking news:

    "The Debian TC passed a close vote to make Wayland the new default display server for the [redacted] release. Mark Shuttleworth has announced that Ubuntu will be dropping...
  10. This ranting article is laughable. 12 people in...

    This ranting article is laughable. 12 people in the world tried to scam free Linux games from Valve - some people on the Internet are dicks, what a shock. This absolutely, in no way, reflects...
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    I think you failed at reading there.

    I think you failed at reading there.
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    Does LUKS interfere with TRIM/DISCARD? Was a...

    Does LUKS interfere with TRIM/DISCARD? Was a secure-erase performed between test runs?
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    But how many of them are in use with a filesystem...

    But how many of them are in use with a filesystem that's only been viable for the past couple of years?
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    Yeah, I realize they don't differentiate between...

    Yeah, I realize they don't differentiate between 4KB and 8KB, which is somewhat problematic. On incompatibility, matching via pattern would seem to be a much more sensible idea, otherwise your list...
  15. Yeah, I saw your other thread about the 0.6.2...

    Yeah, I saw your other thread about the 0.6.2 release after I posted here. Are you sure the Intel 510 is in your list? It doesn't appear to be to me. As I posted in the other thread:
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    Just found this thread after Michael's most...

    Just found this thread after Michael's most recent non-representative ZFS benchmark. And of course he managed to find an Intel SSD that's not in the blacklist. You might want to check the FreeBSD...
  17. I've asked when other ZFS benchmarks have been...

    I've asked when other ZFS benchmarks have been posted if the pool was created with "ashift=12" for backing devices that are optimized for 4k writes, or even better, "ashift=13" for 8k on modern SSDs...
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    Shark. Jumped.

    Shark. Jumped.
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    Which exactly proves the point that ZFS is still...

    Which exactly proves the point that ZFS is still most definitely relevant, since there are no viable competitors on Linux.

    Seriously, the Phoronix forums are worse than YouTube comments, which is...
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    Last time I checked, Handbrake was using Intel's...

    Last time I checked, Handbrake was using Intel's implementation, and only on Windows. Can you link to where this was enabled for VA-API on Linux?
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