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  1. Patches for r600g and radeonsi already exist and...

    Patches for r600g and radeonsi already exist and work fine, someone was just quicker to push it out. :)
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    It can generate code for R600-class hardware,...

    It can generate code for R600-class hardware, yes. Whether it can really handle it properly is up for debate. ;)
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    Nah. Hardware (if anyone makes some) isn't going...

    Nah. Hardware (if anyone makes some) isn't going to be cheap due to low volume. If you want to start with driver development, look at the popular choices like AMD and Intel.
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    In fact, it has already supported IPv6 for some...

    In fact, it has already supported IPv6 for some years... since 2010 or so.
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    Well, Debian doesn't clearly communicate how they...

    Well, Debian doesn't clearly communicate how they want to go about LTS releases, so this is easy to understand from Spotify's point of view.
  6. Yeah, the china knockoff boards are hopeless......

    Yeah, the china knockoff boards are hopeless... zero support. However, none of the Allwinner boards come close to the level of the Pi in terms of support and the amount of functionality that actually...
  7. No, this is unrelated to OpenCL. It's disabled by...

    No, this is unrelated to OpenCL. It's disabled by default because it's somewhat broken.
  8. Clover OpenCL development is pretty slow. Not...

    Clover OpenCL development is pretty slow. Not much is happening right now, so it's hard to believe anything substantial will change in the next couple of months. I regularly test it, and I can...
  9. It's you (and Fedora) that want to ignore...

    It's you (and Fedora) that want to ignore upstream. The OpenCL implementation is still very much work in progress, Mesa doesn't claim to even support OpenCL 1.0 properly. Frontend API support is...
  10. Wait, so you're saying Canonical should ship...

    Wait, so you're saying Canonical should ship Mesa's OpenCL implementation, but knowing that it is not functional they should make sure that they disable OpenCL in the apps that they ship? That's...
  11. That's seriously wrong. A broken implementation...

    That's seriously wrong. A broken implementation is worse than no implementation. Applications that try to use Mesa OpenCL will most likely crash. And worse, if there's a bug in the backend, it might...
  12. Uhm, guys, have you ever tried to use Mesa...

    Uhm, guys, have you ever tried to use Mesa OpenCL? It's really incomplete on both the API level and backend level. You can't really do any useful work with it yet. Skipping OpenCL support is at this...
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    I find this extremely hard to believe. The...

    I find this extremely hard to believe. The Raspberry Pi Foundation has sold over 3 million boards by now. If Olimex had sold more than that, we'd hear about their boards everywhere, but we don't. In...
  14. What are you talking about? This is not what is...

    What are you talking about? This is not what is happening at all. Sensible VDPAU applications implementations don't involve any copies from GPU to host and back. Only VLC does this in some cases.
  15. That's absolutely the case with the Raspberry Pi....

    That's absolutely the case with the Raspberry Pi. You can even buy unlock codes for MPEG-2, VC-1, etc. from the foundation, if you want to.
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    Does it support IPv6 yet?

    Does it support IPv6 yet?
  17. Not sure what you're getting at, there is too...

    Not sure what you're getting at, there is too much babbling your post. In any case, there is no lack of good ARM Linux distributions.

    ARM doesn't have standardized hardware platforms and/or system...
  18. Well, the Raspberry Pi, despite somewhat sucky...

    Well, the Raspberry Pi, despite somewhat sucky hardware and closed-source-ness, has *by far* the best support of any ARM development/hobbyist board. There is a team of developers working on a...
  19. How so? With AOSP, I get a fully functioning...

    How so? With AOSP, I get a fully functioning Android. That doesn't seem to be possible yet with Sailfish OS, the whole UI part is closed source. A half-assed fallback UI like Nemo Mobile doesn't...
  20. I wouldn't be so sure about this. DPM also uses...

    I wouldn't be so sure about this. DPM also uses power gating or clock gating to power down blocks that might not be used by typical graphics loads, or which are not fully loaded all the time. In...
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