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  1. You can forget about that. It won't happen.

    You can forget about that. It won't happen.
  2. We have Wayland running decently on Smart TVs,...

    We have Wayland running decently on Smart TVs, Raspberry Pi, IVI systems, etc.. So I'd worry more about DEs work.

    I'd say in something like a year we will be able to run a functional,...
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    Wayland and the DEs are reaching a usable point,...

    Wayland and the DEs are reaching a usable point, but what about the apps?
    Should I want to run a pure wayland environment, what apps are ready to do so in the fields of internet browsing,...
  4. Are you kidding? Your source is the webpage of...

    Are you kidding?

    Your source is the webpage of the founder of Canonical? You gotta be working in The New York Times or some other big newspaper in the world mate.
  5. I've been using Arch for the past 8 years. The...

    I've been using Arch for the past 8 years. The same installation for the past 5 (with changes to systemd, /lib and so on) and it's as good as it was at the beginning.
    As many said, this is yet...
  6. Ubuntu was and will still be a POS so Mir won't...

    Ubuntu was and will still be a POS so Mir won't be the deciding factor in not using Ubuntu.
  7. Can't wait to try a stable release... None of...

    Can't wait to try a stable release...
    None of the current DEs suit me, I am running just Openbox for the time being. I have high hopes in E19 + Wayland
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    You can't measure the responsiveness and...

    You can't measure the responsiveness and smoothness with this tests. I really don't care about fps on Xonotic and the likes.
    Just playing with them you can see the big difference between heavy DEs...
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    I'm going to have to try XFS with my SSD. The...

    I'm going to have to try XFS with my SSD. The performance gain in the last year has been off the charts.
  10. Yeah sure mate. Unity, ditching wayland for Mir....

    Yeah sure mate. Unity, ditching wayland for Mir. That's what everybody calls standard.
    if you think M.L. tests everything on Ubuntu because it's the standard, pau$e and $tart thinking again.
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    Just a patch to enable this scheduler. In arch...

    Just a patch to enable this scheduler. In arch linux you have the repos to install it directly for your architecture or an AUR package to compile and decide what you want in it.
    And when you try it,...
  12. What I'd like to see: Continue with Wayland...

    What I'd like to see:

    Continue with Wayland cover.
    Lxqt, Enlightenment and more not so popular DE and WM.
    More technical articles about some parts of Linux, not just news on how many FPS we get...
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    Still too bloated to me. I ditched KDE three...

    Still too bloated to me. I ditched KDE three years ago for tiling WMs and then Openbox. I'd like to return one day cause I love the look but heck I don't know if I could give up the smoothness and...
  14. Title is a bit confusing to me. Reading the...

    Title is a bit confusing to me.
    Reading the article I assume is Weston and not Wayland that gains the shell and the screen sharing support
  15. What they should do is release the code under...

    What they should do is release the code under GPLv3. As it is, LLVM can be used as the basis for non-free compilers.
    As long as LLVM keeps this license I'll stick to gcc.
  16. I think that what ideally Linux would need it is...

    I think that what ideally Linux would need it is a complete re-write, but not the of the documentation but of the whole audio subsystem. ALSA is a monster like it is X11. Too bloated, too...
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    typical Portuguese nonsense... So I see Ubuntu...

    typical Portuguese nonsense...

    So I see Ubuntu is going to keep being the reference of Linux on Phoronix eventhough they are making decisions on the opposite direction of the community. Great job...
  18. That's mine and it was faster with custom kernel....

    That's mine and it was faster with custom kernel. I seriously doubt I could get that time with Windows 8.
  19. On my system, Arch Linux + SSD suspend takes less...

    On my system, Arch Linux + SSD suspend takes less than 1 second.
  20. So I guess you wouldn't mind 200 articles a day...

    So I guess you wouldn't mind 200 articles a day commenting on every new decision of every distro, every DE, etc, etc... right?

    You use Ubuntu? It's totally fine, but that doesn't mean you have to...
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