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  1. Interesting point, I might just have to do that...

    Interesting point, I might just have to do that...
  2. Hehe, yes, definitely some wishful thinking. But...

    Hehe, yes, definitely some wishful thinking. But it would be pretty logical, to keep with the times and not have to play catchup on at least ONE graphical API. Especially since the development will...
  3. AMD FOSS developers working (almost) full time on Vulkan?

    I'm just speculating here... :)

    It seems like the speed of especially the AMD FOSS drivers have slowed down quite a lot during the last half year or so, do you think it's possible that they are...
  4. The article says DDX driver, does that mean it...

    The article says DDX driver, does that mean it doesn't apply to RadeonSI KMS driver with Glamor? Or am I confused and it applies to all drivers?
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    What happened to the "weekly releases"? There...

    What happened to the "weekly releases"? There should have been two _rc releases since then, but nothing has been seen. Isn't it time to do an RadeonSI comparison of 3.18 + Mesa 10.4 against 3.19 +...
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    I agree, as well as minimizing the use of...

    I agree, as well as minimizing the use of pointers. They are vastly overused in most code bases: they introduce memory leaks (unless reference counted), threading problems and break the cache....
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    I don't agre that it's "whats wrong with modern...

    I don't agre that it's "whats wrong with modern software" but I do agree that it's is ONE of the problems wrong with modern software. Many languages are also designed around this: "Managing memory...
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    I'm not trolling, I'm just being sarcastic. :D ...

    I'm not trolling, I'm just being sarcastic. :D

    On a serious not though:
    1. Even though Mir is Ubuntu specific, my answer is still valid for the "static vs dynamic linking" discussion. I'm a...
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    Of course we do, since it also allows you to...

    Of course we do, since it also allows you to spend hours and hours of fixing library dependencies, library slots and multiple versions on your system! Why actually spend time on doing something...
  10. To be nitpicky, it wasn't toenails, it was a...

    To be nitpicky, it wasn't toenails, it was a piece of his heel/forefoot skin. Mmmmmmm, yummy!
  11. It would be a lot of fun to fund the Reiser4 team...

    It would be a lot of fun to fund the Reiser4 team completely, but with two demands for the funding:

    1) Rename it to your own name (or something else, like DarthVaderFS)
    2) The code should be...
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    Is this the issue in Firefox? I see it all the...

    Is this the issue in Firefox? I see it all the time.

    http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-p-7701408.html
  13. Thanks to libclang I finally have really good...

    Thanks to libclang I finally have really good autocompletion in (G)Vim that works better than all the alternatives. I still use GCC in my system and for all my projects, but I'm really happy that...
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    Is there a roadmap for Wayland/Weston, regarding...

    Is there a roadmap for Wayland/Weston, regarding how much is still left to be done for it to be considered "feature complete"? Of course, there is always something to be done, but in regards to being...
  15. Oh, that is definitely good. Better/more...

    Oh, that is definitely good. Better/more reconfigurability? Improved stability?

    I'm running a Intel Core i7 with GIGABYTE GA-EX58-UD4 X58, I wonder if that is supported.
  16. Except for running a more complete FOSS stack,...

    Except for running a more complete FOSS stack, what are the pros of switching to CoreBoot?
  17. The "In god we trust" was actually adopted fairly...

    The "In god we trust" was actually adopted fairly late, in 1957.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In_God_we_trust

    In my view, E pluribus unum is a hell of a lot better. It actually says something...
  18. This post only makes me think about this: ...

    This post only makes me think about this:

    http://www.dk0tu.de/Kurse/AFu-Lizenz/2013_WS/l01.imperial_vs_metric++.png
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    Good that they fire some high-costing CEOs,...

    Good that they fire some high-costing CEOs, hopefully that means they get some more money for driver development.
  20. I'm an enthuisiast, but I'm still running the...

    I'm an enthuisiast, but I'm still running the ~amd64 tree on Gentoo.. I want to be able to have a relatively stable system, and I especially don't wan't build issues because of changes in the...
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