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  1. I'm sure BSD is just discovering that SSDs exist.

    I'm sure BSD is just discovering that SSDs exist.
  2. all what problems? Modern core openGL is well...

    all what problems? Modern core openGL is well supported and has been for a few years.
  3. All of this could have been avoided by them just...

    All of this could have been avoided by them just using an open portable standard to begin with.
  4. you can get far better performance playing...

    you can get far better performance playing witcher 2 through wine with CSMT or galliumnine, it's pretty sad :/
    If witcher 3 is going to be like this, i don't want it.
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    http://www.mono-project.com/docs/faq/licensing/ ...

    http://www.mono-project.com/docs/faq/licensing/
    If your organization intends to redistribute software which embeds or bundles Mono, but is unable to comply with the terms of GNU LGPL v2, the...
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    FYI the reason unity abandoned mono was because...

    FYI the reason unity abandoned mono was because they changed their license to have royalties when embedded... Xamarin did not do this out of the kindness of their heart, you're paying for it
  7. Why not MATE? MATE used to be pretty meh, but IMO...

    Why not MATE? MATE used to be pretty meh, but IMO it's way better than XFCE now. Plus, it's actually essentially the GNOME2 they're going for anyways.

    MATE and cinnamon are great DEs.
  8. Poor text editor? Have you seen evil mode lately?...

    Poor text editor? Have you seen evil mode lately? It's easily the best vim "emulation" I've ever used.

    For actual work, emacs + evil >> vim, I hope neovim doesn't flop because mainline vim refuses...
  9. was drm-next merged?

    was drm-next merged?
  10. AMD only sharing mantle information with their...

    AMD only sharing mantle information with their partners sounds like anti-competitive behavior, and overall not that great of an idea IMO :/

    Companies that can't afford to work with AMD are going...
  11. do a winetricks mfc42 if you haven't,...

    do a


    winetricks mfc42

    if you haven't, it's required to run DS2.
  12. Is there an overview of how the gallium9 is...

    Is there an overview of how the gallium9 is implemented from both the gallium side and wine side?


    I was under the impression that intel would already support gallium9 since it uses mesa? I guess...
  13. Cython and shedskin already exist.

    Cython and shedskin already exist.
  14. Buying CrossOver is a good way to support OSX...

    Buying CrossOver is a good way to support OSX WINE development*
    (I've purchased CrossOver)
  15. The ever-increasing resolution on phones is...

    The ever-increasing resolution on phones is absolutely ridiculous, what a great way to further reduce the battery life of devices that barely manage to last a full 8 hours with moderate usage. My...
  16. roughly the same price as the gtx 960 will be...

    roughly the same price as the gtx 960 will be while being beaten/tying with the gtx 760 on basically every benchmark except for the GPGPU ones where AMD almost always wins :/
    considering maxwell has...
  17. Openbenchmarking.org is confusing for end users

    Thread title. Is it just me?

    I can't even figure out how to sort by hardware/driver versions, or see overall scores for specific benchmarks - if that is even available at all. Compared to sites...
  18. AFAIK Adobe's officialy reasoning is "our code is...

    AFAIK Adobe's officialy reasoning is "our code is a pile of spaghetti shit full of platform specific hacks and we'd have to rewrite it from scratch." I've heard the OSX port of photoshop is really...
  19. Guess it's a good thing wine is fading into...

    Guess it's a good thing wine is fading into obscurity as more mainstream programs come to linux natively, as wine is heavily prioritizing what OSX users want the most.
  20. The bug has been there for a long time, it was...

    The bug has been there for a long time, it was just far less likely to happen before 3.15, and it's fixed in 3.17rc5 and later.
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