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  1. And as another addition :), the 346 beta driver...

    And as another addition :), the 346 beta driver contains EGL_EXT_device_base, EGL_EXT_platform_device and EGL_EXT_output_base extensions, which are mentioned in that talk you linked to as...
  2. No distro is shipping Wayland by default (well,...

    No distro is shipping Wayland by default (well, except the Rebecca Black distro, but that's not much more than a tech demo). The DEs are close, but they're not fully ported yet. Some quite important...
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    Ad hominem, ahoy! This question implies that...

    Ad hominem, ahoy!

    This question implies that the init system is the sole deciding factor when choosing a distro. Which is of course silly.

    I'll give you a counter point - if systemd is so bad,...
  4. That's a failure of sysvinit and/or the scripts a...

    That's a failure of sysvinit and/or the scripts a distro used on top of sysvinit. Or if failure is too strong a word for you, see it as difference of implementation. systemd is not "bad" or whatever...
  5. It's here already, that's why since last week I...

    It's here already, that's why since last week I have this in userContent.css:
    canvas {
    display: none;
    }
    Obvious problem with this - what happens when non-ad stuff starts using canvas?
  6. Yeah, I don't recall the switch to systemd in...

    Yeah, I don't recall the switch to systemd in Arch to have been any kind of horror. It was a well executed transition plan from initscripts to systemd.

    The /usr merge though (particularly /lib ->...
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    This implies that a) there was/is a need to...

    This implies that

    a) there was/is a need to fork Arch
    b) that lack of balls, courage or fortitude are the only possible reasons for there not being a fork

    Here's a thought - *you* spearhead an...
  8. Pointing out that what you're writing is very...

    Pointing out that what you're writing is very different from reality is not "hate". And can you please point to which parts of my post are "babbling" and in what way there are supposedly "babbling"?
  9. LOL! You really believe this code here has...

    LOL! You really believe this code here has anything to do with what you wrote back then?

    Nvidia will never open the proprietary driver. Even if there wasn't third-party code in it, it's a huge...
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    After Brazos came Kabini/Temash and then...

    After Brazos came Kabini/Temash and then Beema/Mullins. They're around, if you look at netbooks or cheap laptops, you'll find them. So it's not silence, however from what I can see, Intel Baytrail is...
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    On a production server you simply have the linux...

    On a production server you simply have the linux package in IgnorePkg, and update it manually just before a scheduled reboot. So it's hardly a big deal.
  12. Why do you think we're too "retarded" to get...

    Why do you think we're too "retarded" to get this? I get it very much. But the FSF won't have much success, when their hardware isn't up to the computing tasks of today and on top of that costs quite...
  13. I will fully agree that using wording such as...

    I will fully agree that using wording such as "piece of crap" in an article is inappropriate, I cringed when I read that sentence.

    However, objectively, that machine really isn't capable of...
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    This isn't true even. You can install...

    This isn't true even. You can install systemd-shim and then run Gnome without running systemd. tuxd3v's "the sky is falling!!" thing is so over the top it isn't even funny.
  15. It does indirectly, via polkit. While polkit can...

    It does indirectly, via polkit. While polkit can be configured differently, I haven't seen a distro do that, they all use polkit's defaults. And by default, polkit interfaces with logind.

    The...
  16. As far as I can remember, nm-applet has always...

    As far as I can remember, nm-applet has always been a Gnome app, never a "simple gtk program". And it doesn't depend on systemd, it depends on logind's interfaces. Both are *very much* technical...
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    Damn five minute edit times!! Anyway, I...

    Damn five minute edit times!!

    Anyway, I checked and Debian actually does have a systemd/libsystemd split. So maybe a few packages could have their dependencies adjusted. But this doesn't change...
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    It requires the systemd package to be installed,...

    It requires the systemd package to be installed, because Debian doesn't split it into libsystemd and systemd like Arch does. It does not necessarily require systemd to be running. For example, top...
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    You have all the power to influence Debian...

    You have all the power to influence Debian though. You can put in the necessary effort required so that sysvinit will still be a possibility beyond Jesse (that Jesse will support sysvinit is already...
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    We're talking here about a volunteer development...

    We're talking here about a volunteer development effort. *Not* human rights in a country. Like the other person trying an analogy to parliament, your analogy does not apply. It's a gross...
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