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    That's a very valid point. I myself have no...

    That's a very valid point. I myself have no prejudice agains blobs (when security/privacy is not important). And a healthy competition between the blobs and free software drivers is a good thing for...
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    Thanks for the link! This looks like some sort of...

    Thanks for the link! This looks like some sort of a progress over "The assembler is also available from Ingenic, in the form of an bash/awk script" from 2009. Having a working assembler and the...
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    The generic framebuffer / kms drivers are not...

    The generic framebuffer / kms drivers are not exactly great for moving windows on any hardware. The biggest performance problem is the need to take care of extremely slow read back from the...
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    Could you please paste the /proc/cpuinfo...

    Could you please paste the /proc/cpuinfo information here? I wonder if it supports at least the MIPS DSP ASE instructions. Yes, this CPU is supposed to have some sort of the Ingenic-specific...
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    Dropped since when? Have a look at Atom Z3580...

    Dropped since when? Have a look at Atom Z3580, it says "Launch Date Q2'14". And Atom Z3580 has a PowerVR GPU.
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    Apple also used to be licensing the CPU cores...

    Apple also used to be licensing the CPU cores designed by ARM, but this did not last long. Now they are designing their CPU cores in-house and even managed to leap ahead of the competition with the...
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    Well, we should give credit where it is due. The...

    Well, we should give credit where it is due. The whole GMA500 situation is upon us because Intel was simply not able to provide a better mobile GPU hardware of their own. IMG surely does have some...
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    FYI, here was a relatively recent discussion with...

    FYI, here was a relatively recent discussion with IMG support people, regarding what they think about the open source drivers - http://forum.imgtec.com/discussion/3394/linux-and-open-source
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    This may surprise you, but every IP core from ARM...

    This may surprise you, but every IP core from ARM usually has more than one revision (labeled as "rXpY", where X and Y are the major and minor version numbers respectively). Newer revisions have...
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    Except that this CCI-400...

    Except that this CCI-400 fuckup should be credited to ARM. Samsung still does not design its own CPU and the interconnect.
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    Yes, some alpha blending support is indeed...

    Yes, some alpha blending support is indeed available. But after quickly skimming through the documentation, it does not seem to be sufficient to support everything that is needed for SVG, PDF,...
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    I found this "non-commercial" reference in...

    I found this "non-commercial" reference in https://github.com/asicguy/gplgpu/blob/master/docs/GPLGPU.docx

    Also the 2D accelerator part does not seem have full support for Porter-Duff compositing...
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    What does "licensed under the GPL v3.0 for...

    What does "licensed under the GPL v3.0 for non-commercial use" actually mean? Is this non-commercial restriction an extra clause in addition to GPL?
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    We can only welcome this news. This is all about...

    We can only welcome this news. This is all about open source hardware, which is only starting to take off the ground. Something like the OpenRISC CPU core combined with this GPU could be one of the...
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    If anyone wants one more reason, decoding JPEG...

    If anyone wants one more reason, decoding JPEG files is also a lot faster than decoding PNG.
  16. Well, I guess, even if you are not scared after...

    Well, I guess, even if you are not scared after learning about the hefty price tag and are ready to pay that much money, then the corporatocrats in charge will make up some different reason to refuse...
  17. "They will only be available to qualified...

    "They will only be available to qualified partners and developers" - basically, these boards are not for the mere mortals. You will not be able to buy them even if you wanted to...
  18. Intel is already way too overrepresented in the...

    Intel is already way too overrepresented in the OSS graphics space. Rebalancing the efforts and also taking care of the other hardware is good :)
  19. Which applications? Could you please provide a...

    Which applications? Could you please provide a list?
  20. For the start, please try using GCC and Clang...

    For the start, please try using GCC and Clang yourself. It is really not difficult to get a little bit of first hand experience with both and see whether Clang is really catching up or not. Using the...
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