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    While those distribution specific browsers are...

    While those distribution specific browsers are very cool (Epiphany on the Gnome side, Rekonq on the KDE side), they aren't ready enough to be used for everyone user of the respective desktop...
  2. Ok, you might be right on that part. Looks...

    Ok, you might be right on that part.

    Looks like my compiz knowledge is a bit rusty. Perhaps it was a project doomed to slowly die as madjr just said it basically had only one developer left. The...
  3. Really.. You're going in that direction. Fine,...

    Really.. You're going in that direction. Fine, I'll answer it.

    When google forks something (or creates something from scratch when there is something else existing) and open sources it, it tends...
  4. True, but they merged back (compiz-fusion if i...

    True, but they merged back (compiz-fusion if i recall correctly). Then they got screwed by canonical.
  5. Fair enough. But apparently the nemo components...

    Fair enough.
    But apparently the nemo components are quite limited if the todo list consists of such basic things like extracting compressed files and browsing network shares. I'm not saying the KDE...
  6. The one who's posting the biggest nonsense thus...

    The one who's posting the biggest nonsense thus far in this thread is you.
  7. No. My post was clear.

    No. My post was clear.
  8. What are they doing? Why aren't they working...

    What are they doing? Why aren't they working TOGETHER with the KDE community? KDE has mechanisms for much of what they want, they just lack a QML facing interface to use them from within QML. The...
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    "Linux 3.10" likely arch based? Well.. Lets for...

    "Linux 3.10" likely arch based?
    Well.. Lets for a moment assume that 3.10 really is the kernel version of those used, then it's unlikely to be Arch Linux or Arch based since that distro is quite...
  10. Ehh, what!? Is Google gone insane or...

    Ehh, what!?

    Is Google gone insane or something? EXT* is by far the most popular file system to use in a linux world and they just drop support for it. And the reason is JUST no rename support.
    A...
  11. XBMC never had X11 + gles2 support on linux...

    XBMC never had X11 + gles2 support on linux desktops as far as i know. You must have had some custom branch that enabled it. I know i did :)
  12. EGL + GLES out of the box support on X. That's...

    EGL + GLES out of the box support on X. That's great :)
    Now we still need out of the box support for:
    - (Exynos) Mali GPU's
    - (Snapdragon) Adreno GPU's
    - some other arm based gpu's

    Then i can...
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    I actually quite like systemd. As in just systemd...

    I actually quite like systemd. As in just systemd as replacement for sysvinit.
    I hate it when it comes to journald. It's just an unintuitive piece of crap. I don't get apps or distros would even...
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    stop right there! Did you see any announcement...

    stop right there!
    Did you see any announcement of a desktop release? Of workspaces? of _anything_ graphical that you can use as a desktop?

    No!

    This is the frameworks 5 release. This in turn is...
  15. Another 2 users (mcirsta and discordian) that...

    Another 2 users (mcirsta and discordian) that don't understand shit about x32...

    Let me put it in clear terms:

    x32 is __not__ 32 bit libs or even a continuation of i386.
    Please.. Get it in...
  16. ahh oops. I read that table wrong. You are...

    ahh oops. I read that table wrong. You are completely right.

    To clarify my last post (since i can't edit it anymore).
    The only downside of x32 is 4GB/process. If you can even call that a...
  17. -- i attach you two directly because your...

    -- i attach you two directly because your comments deserve it --
    Wow. You two are really just purely uneducated spam/fud posters! You don't even seem to know what you're talking about so why don't...
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    Ehh, gnome 13.3.3.. Aka, a BUGFIX release that...

    Ehh, gnome 13.3.3.. Aka, a BUGFIX release that brings a new DEFAULT theme..
    Something smells wrong. That should imho be in a major version (3.14 or so), not in a bugfix release.
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    My first thought was: "Finally, some distro that...

    My first thought was: "Finally, some distro that defaults to parallel (de)compression."

    However, while looking in it more closely it seems like a pet project of redhat (lbzip2 creator: Mikolaj...
  20. The hardware accelerated encoding stuff is very...

    The hardware accelerated encoding stuff is very cool and awesome, but how can we actually use it?
    To my knowledge, ffmpeg doesn't support hardware accelerated encoding. Same for gstreamer (right?...
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