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  1. O Well, I'd otherwise be inclined to agree but...

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    Well, I'd otherwise be inclined to agree but the Wayland branch appeared untouched for a considerable amount of time. That said, I guess in all fairness it's not really a showstopper as with...
  2. Or if the wheels are square which most definitely...

    Or if the wheels are square which most definitely was the case with Weston at least some time back. As a user wanting to use Plasma I approve of the idea of rather doing things properly than fast but...
  3. Ookay, so amount of maintainers magically...

    Ookay, so amount of maintainers magically increases when you keep code proprietary instead of sharing it?
  4. I'd expect Red Hat BZ, Fedora section, some Gnome...

    I'd expect Red Hat BZ, Fedora section, some Gnome component. Bugs can be moved to different components as necessary
  5. You do know who the main consumers of TPM are,...

    You do know who the main consumers of TPM are, right? It's a must-have for any company that has confidential information and whose employees use laptops for full-disk encryption. It's by far the most...
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    Well, ideally you'd have so much RAM all your web...

    Well, ideally you'd have so much RAM all your web contents can always be pulled from caches. You get pretty consistent high bandwidth no matter whether Apache or nginx that way. You can get so...
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    You mean similar to Fedora release process? As...

    You mean similar to Fedora release process? As far as I remember, branching wasn't implemented there that long ago either. It's really good though, F23 features got enabled immediately after F22 got...
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    You might want to consider CentOS and fglrx. I...

    You might want to consider CentOS and fglrx. I have a vague recollection Firepro is among the chips actually cared by for proprietary drivers but you probably want a long-term distro to go with it as...
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    Yeah, wasn't basically the most significant...

    Yeah, wasn't basically the most significant difference between GPL and CDDL that in latter you can still handle patents mandatory for the software licensed as CDDL separately iow whoever holds the...
  10. Either way I expect eventually you can just spawn...

    Either way I expect eventually you can just spawn a normal socket connection from JS for two-way low-overhead data transfer. All HTTP versions are pretty silly for this and at worst leads to people...
  11. I would expect so though I don't have hard...

    I would expect so though I don't have hard evidence at hand. Websocket connection will most likely consume the HTTP2.0 connection though
  12. If only JS didn't have a totally crappy module...

    If only JS didn't have a totally crappy module system, it'd be pretty okay. Linting scripts on web pages is awful when you can't know which symbols come from which files and whether they are defined...
  13. HTTP2.0 and websockets are somewhat orthogonal in...

    HTTP2.0 and websockets are somewhat orthogonal in purpose. HTTP2.0 is about efficiently transferring HTTP headers and payload in potentially server-pushes, websockets are about changing from HTTP to...
  14. Thanks, I'll make sure to visit that site...

    Thanks, I'll make sure to visit that site whenever I'm in the need of a good laugh
  15. It implements some of the gray areas in the...

    It implements some of the gray areas in the specification different (saner) than browsers. It's not really 1:1 the same thing you use in browsers. Browsers need to implement the gray areas in same...
  16. I'd expect it inevitably comes down to whether...

    I'd expect it inevitably comes down to whether Sony thinks they get an edge on Microsoft by supporting Vulkan. Or at least has something to combat Microsoft's attempts to build a unified game...
  17. It originally was but it's getting better....

    It originally was but it's getting better. Node.js is a shining example of a good language loosely based on JS. I honestly think JS itself will head same way dropping ambiguous crap and legacy...
  18. I've found it safer to do apt-get updat, upgrade,...

    I've found it safer to do apt-get updat, upgrade, possible reboot, then dist-upgrage and then definitely a reboot
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    Based on prior experiences with Mantle, would you...

    Based on prior experiences with Mantle, would you expect Vulkan or OpenGL to require more effort in hardware enablement in the long run?
  20. /home/root sounds like a bad idea imo. If /home...

    /home/root sounds like a bad idea imo. If /home can't be mounted, then your root will have no home directory when you try to recover the system
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