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  1. I mean, it would be pretty cool because you'd no...

    I mean, it would be pretty cool because you'd no longer be at the mercy of shitty proprietary GLSL compilers, but what GL version would that be? 4.6? 4.7 and ES 3.2? If you want to target that high...
  2. Did you even read any of the Vulkan slides? They...

    Did you even read any of the Vulkan slides? They said multiple times that OpenGL development continues as usual.
  3. Is this an innate hardware limitation, or are the...

    Is this an innate hardware limitation, or are the drivers just coded too simplistically? Ie., are those drivers fixable?
  4. When it first crashed I wasn't really sure what...

    When it first crashed I wasn't really sure what happened, so when I googled I found an open bug basically saying "crashes when importing png's", that's how I found out what was happening in the first...
  5. You apparently have never written a single line...

    You apparently have never written a single line of audio code on Android. Please stop spreading bullshit.
  6. No, I used the native format. I was just...

    No, I used the native format. I was just incredibly appalled that someone decided to ship a program with the distribution which becomes unstable after more than 3 pages of text, and which crashes...
  7. Good riddance on Abiword. That POS nearly ate a...

    Good riddance on Abiword. That POS nearly ate a 20 page student paper I had to turn in the next day. Text would become completely garbled up after the document reached a certain length. And the...
  8. Looked him up, he appears to have autism. Not...

    Looked him up, he appears to have autism. Not saying it's relevant, but it reminded me of that one person trying his best to fix all "fixmes" in the kernel.
  9. I think if you spent the exact same amount of...

    I think if you spent the exact same amount of time working somewhere (potentially as a coder) you'd earn a lot more than is necessary to buy all these games directly.
  10. Actually, modern (Intel) CPUs have a huge amount...

    Actually, modern (Intel) CPUs have a huge amount of registers too, but they're simply not exposed directly to you. The x86/amd64 set of registers are really nothing more than variable names, they...
  11. SPIR-V specification is already 100% complete and...

    SPIR-V specification is already 100% complete and publicly released with a working GLSL compiler, so nothing new to learn there.
    As for Vulkan, go read the Mantle documentation and you will have...
  12. OpenGL is a giant beast, and every version...

    OpenGL is a giant beast, and every version requires all the previous ones. Vulkan in comparison is rather slender and has none of that baggage. Just look at LunarG, a (small) independent group of...
  13. Yes, someone asked them whether consoles will...

    Yes, someone asked them whether consoles will support Vulkan, and they said "well, they could, but it's not up to us and we don't know of anything specific".



    *facepalm* Sony's logo was on the...
  14. A bit disappointed that they offer Windows builds...

    A bit disappointed that they offer Windows builds as well :P
  15. it's a bit more to the point than the general "to...

    it's a bit more to the point than the general "to finish" I guess. The nuances are hard to explain.
  16. What good are newer extensions if you can't even...

    What good are newer extensions if you can't even fully utilize your cards because they're constantly left underclocked by the system?
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    Here's a version without weird title or unrelated...

    Here's a version without weird title or unrelated intro text: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5LRdW8xw70
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    Countries like Norway have shown that purely...

    Countries like Norway have shown that purely establishing equality and meritocracy does not automatically lead to more gender diversity in occupations (it does the opposite, apparently). So if we...
  19. GLSL subroutines are a pretty sad story, it seems...

    GLSL subroutines are a pretty sad story, it seems that most of the few devs who tried using them found that uber shaders were still easier to use / performed better, so now absolutely nobody uses or...
  20. Having a harder to use graphics interface is...

    Having a harder to use graphics interface is nothing compared to dealing with vendor specific driver bugs, trust me.
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