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  1. Probabily we'll see OpenGL-next earlier.

    Probabily we'll see OpenGL-next earlier.
  2. The open sourced one

    The open sourced one
  3. According to the comments in Skylake's driver,...

    According to the comments in Skylake's driver, there is Iris Pro for Server, but NOT FOR Desktop
    So I need to buy Xeon for the best Skylake Iris :rolleyes:
  4. My Intel HD4600 works smoother than my Radeon...

    My Intel HD4600 works smoother than my Radeon 7750 for Gnome 3 desktop, and has fewer bugs.
    So imo there is no reason to choose discrete gpu under Linux if you don't play games.
  5. Yeah I'm tracking it. Apparently Firefox-gtk3...

    Yeah I'm tracking it. Apparently Firefox-gtk3 won't happen sooner than Firefox 36, which means we ain't able to get firefox-wayland in this year.
  6. I'm afraid the biggest problem is about...

    I'm afraid the biggest problem is about applications.
    Firefox is still struggling to move away from gtk2, which is a prerequisite for wayland.
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    Once I was attracted by Dell Venue 8 Pro but...

    Once I was attracted by Dell Venue 8 Pro but later I decided to wait for the next gen of atom processors, which will be 14nm :p
  8. Because Eclipse is slow (I suppose)

    Because Eclipse is slow (I suppose)
  9. Fedora doesn't ship ffmpeg due to legal issues...

    Fedora doesn't ship ffmpeg due to legal issues (patents)
    RPMFusion ships ffmpeg.
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    No, it's a gcc bug introduced in 4.5.0 ...

    No, it's a gcc bug introduced in 4.5.0

    --https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=61904
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    In short, the old APIs were not designed to be...

    In short, the old APIs were not designed to be efficient
    select VS epoll is a good example.
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    The fact is, NVIDIA's hardware gets many key...

    The fact is, NVIDIA's hardware gets many key features much earlier than GCN.
    For example, virtual memory has been supported long long ago by NVIDIA, which presented only since North Island and...
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    Agree, game developers may get tired of API wars...

    Agree, game developers may get tired of API wars and choose to use some well-supported game engine rather than developing their own.
  14. I've no idea about mantle API. But from Apple's...

    I've no idea about mantle API. But from Apple's low-level API metal I think Mantle will be very similar to gallium API.
  15. According to...

    According to http://worldofgnome.org/living-with-fedora-rawhide/ I'm afriad I'm going to use the Alpha version as long as it's released. :p
  16. They missed one possibility: Someone may write...

    They missed one possibility:
    Someone may write code that nobody understands, and publish them as "open" source software. :rolleyes:
  17. I'd to say I like this new UI in general....

    I'd to say I like this new UI in general.
    However the reload button is too small to use, so I picked "Classic Theme Restorer" to get it back.
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    I'd like to see an atom-based router so I can...

    I'd like to see an atom-based router so I can install whatever I want.
    An atom processor is not something too expensive for a ~300$ router.
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    Flawless Gnome over Wayland

    Can't wait it! :p
  20. I don't see the point to replace full-disk...

    I don't see the point to replace full-disk encryption(luks) with fs-level encryption (e.g. eCryptfs). They are two different things.
    As we can see, MS Windows supports the both; NTFS has supported...
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