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  1. The functional goals are not a waste of time, the...

    The functional goals are not a waste of time, the fact that you cannot use it to coordinate chats with other well known chat services makes it useless.

    If you think people are going to build a...
  2. That chat feature is a waste of time. Too bad I...

    That chat feature is a waste of time. Too bad I cannot yank it out.
  3. I lost interest in KDE when the semantics web...

    I lost interest in KDE when the semantics web crap was dumped in, and the fact Debian pumps out about 500 little packages for it. GNOME 3.10+ was when I stopped needing even a single KDE app.
  4. More importantly, the name has long since been...

    More importantly, the name has long since been legally changed to Apple Inc.
  5. Patch your code base via the attached diff(s) and...

    Patch your code base via the attached diff(s) and build it. It works. Now it is a matter of merging it into trunk in a scheduled approach.

    One would expect it to be in an experimental branch...
  6. FYI: To all the foreigners that's code speak for...

    FYI: To all the foreigners that's code speak for ``writing it off and putting it on the national debt.''
  7. If I had the spare cash around, I'd take a...

    If I had the spare cash around, I'd take a bedroom, frame in a cold control room design, buy some SeaMicro servers w/ AMD and Intel boards, then throw in some workstation set ups, all contained in a...
  8. AMD Code shows Blender folks didn't know their...

    AMD Code shows Blender folks didn't know their head from their rear about writing OpenCL kernel code.
  9. How hard is it for Debian to branch this...

    How hard is it for Debian to branch this separately and stop freezing Sid? The backlog for stable that a vast majority of users never touch [they use Sid if they want current or recent software] is...
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    No one is going to write Cocoa apps in this...

    No one is going to write Cocoa apps in this product over XCode.
  11. Bullet Physics, LuxRender, Blender Cycles, COMSOL...

    Bullet Physics, LuxRender, Blender Cycles, COMSOL 5, GIMP + Gegl Trunk, etc.
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    Interesting that the screen shot from Nuclide is...

    Interesting that the screen shot from Nuclide is OS X Cocoa API programming for Facebook, yet no mention of supporting that.
  13. All the gesture features found on an Apple mouse,...

    All the gesture features found on an Apple mouse, glide pad, etc., can be leveraged.
  14. Standards Links

    http://www.hsafoundation.com/standards/
  15. GIMP has been spinning its wheels attempting to...

    GIMP has been spinning its wheels attempting to appeal to the Windows crowd for nearly a decade.

    Instead of maturing GTK+ and bringing GEGL/OpenCL rapidly along just on Linux and OS X they've...
  16. Please hurry up. Sid/Experimental is quite a...

    Please hurry up. Sid/Experimental is quite a clusterf*** waiting on it.
  17. I could not but since this forum has a time stamp...

    I could not but since this forum has a time stamp on the editing context I did not catch it.
  18. Intel has a vested interest for server only...

    Intel has a vested interest for server only hardware sales to work with Linux. They know they have no shot with graphics against Nvidia and AMD and their focus shows.
  19. I absolutely could care less with this...

    I absolutely could care less with this abstraction C++ decision from Khronos. C++ as a layer of abstraction is a giant pig on top of C.
  20. Take notice to many who think Intel is some sort...

    Take notice to many who think Intel is some sort of great supporter of Linux. Valve has far fewer resources to leverage and manage to do this work.
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