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  1. It's not exactly simple either, given the sheer...

    It's not exactly simple either, given the sheer volume of code and the rate at which it changes. It's practically a full time job to audit the whole lot.
  2. If that's the case, then you don't have time to...

    If that's the case, then you don't have time to be troubleshooting your main production system either.
  3. There is more to the source tree than just .h and...

    There is more to the source tree than just .h and .c files. I think there's some python in there as well, plus they might be including documentation, makefiles etc as well in the line count.
  4. If the article is about an ARM dev board, why is...

    If the article is about an ARM dev board, why is the picture of a Titan Black? This leads to a very misleading facebook feed entry.
  5. Got any games in mind? Tux Racer has been ported...

    Got any games in mind? Tux Racer has been ported to Windows. I believe the KDE games have also been ported. In fact I can't think of a Linux game off the top of my head that isn't available on...
  6. If you're not sticking with the same version and...

    If you're not sticking with the same version and only changing the VRAM pressure patches, you're testing it wrong.
  7. At what point do they realise it'll be...

    At what point do they realise it'll be better/cheaper/faster to just give up on Mir and go back to Wayland? With a project as controversial as this (and with all the delays) do they really want to...
  8. Wait, what? I thought journald was supposed to be...

    Wait, what? I thought journald was supposed to be a drop in replacement for syslog. Now they're saying apps have to be ported to the new logging system?
  9. Out of interest, what does CIK stand for?

    Out of interest, what does CIK stand for?
  10. It's not too surprising the R7 260X did so poorly...

    It's not too surprising the R7 260X did so poorly as it's GCN 1.1 hardware. I'd be surprised if the 7790, R9 290 and R9 290X didn't have similar issues.
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    I didn't necessarily deny all technical merits of...

    I didn't necessarily deny all technical merits of systemd. However the scope of it has grown considerably many times while causing issues for alternatives by "tainting" upstream. Did you not hear...
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    And people wonder why systemd has a reputation...

    And people wonder why systemd has a reputation for feature creep.
  13. Maxwell is a mobile first design and will be in...

    Maxwell is a mobile first design and will be in Tegra. They've committed to open source Tegra support, so we expected some trickle down effect for discrete Maxwell.
  14. While we're at it let's throw out the kernel...

    While we're at it let's throw out the kernel drivers, who needs a frame buffer? Mesa is required for their UI stack. Accelerated video playback is nice to have but isn't essential. It would be nice...
  15. Why is everyone saying it's as simple as enabling...

    Why is everyone saying it's as simple as enabling a configuration option? It's not. If they ship it, they have to support it.
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    They probably also had to pay testers, designers,...

    They probably also had to pay testers, designers, managers etc, potentially rent, power and other infrastructure. Most software projects involve more than just programmers. Then again, I still don't...
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    No, most people prefer capped width. On lower...

    No, most people prefer capped width. On lower resolution screens, horizontal scrolling is not fun. I like how the new site resizes fairly gracefully with a cap, but the min-width is too wide. My HTPC...
  18. That's a really bad idea. It's better to spend a...

    That's a really bad idea. It's better to spend a bit of time up front to avoid making mistakes that you have to deal with for years and years. The hardest part about software is maintenance, not the...
  19. Canonical has never really been much of a...

    Canonical has never really been much of a contributor, they rarely push code upstream.
  20. You do realise that the laws of thermodynamics...

    You do realise that the laws of thermodynamics still applies? If it's producing 45W of heat, it's at least using 45W of electricity.
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