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  1. What is Plasma Active? Plasma Active a...

    What is Plasma Active?

    Plasma Active a next-gen buzzword compliant project replacing Plasma Passive, which is intended for all types of tablets, smartphones and touch computing devices such as...
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    The Gnome devs are not qualified to give any GUI...

    The Gnome devs are not qualified to give any GUI guidelines. They're as "good" as the GNU coding guidelines, so what Linus said of them applies to Gnome's crappy UI vision as well:
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    I guess it's called bad project management. Only...

    I guess it's called bad project management.
    Only one maintainer for the project that is at the core of next-gen Linux graphics stack? Check.
    Often fails to check/commit patches for weeks or months...
  4. By "the final binary" you mean the kernel binary,...

    By "the final binary" you mean the kernel binary, right.
    Anyway I don't give a flying banana about if LLVM compiles the Linux kernel, what 99.99% devs want for LLVM is a proper port to window$.
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    It's been asked for 6 years.

    It's been asked for 6 years.
  6. The smug arch user and his latest and greatest....

    The smug arch user and his latest and greatest.
  7. Unfortunately there a decision taking...

    Unfortunately there a decision taking ultra-conservative morons who won't take this for an answer.
  8. That few users certainly don't matter. Support...

    That few users certainly don't matter.
    Support for 20+ years Intel CPUs has been dropped from Linux already, phoronix link, old GPUs have also been banned from Mesa (phoronix covered it...
  9. Or switch from i386/i686 to x32...

    Or switch from i386/i686 to x32, the past 5-10 years the requirements for an OS are pretty much the same, so while i686 is buggy and too limited, x32 should be OK for at least a few decades.
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    The answer is in your question. It's about how...

    The answer is in your question. It's about how the system interacts with hot hardware - there's many usecases where people accidentally burn the keyboards, video cams etc and can't plug/use them...
  11. OpenGL 4.x is only relevant for a small portion...

    OpenGL 4.x is only relevant for a small portion of AAA games, other than that almost no software stack uses it and since the new Khronos graphics API is about to cover GL 4.x and up it's better to...
  12. Will F20 update to DNF 0.6?

    Will F20 update to DNF 0.6?
  13. I read that but didn't get what it says, anyone...

    I read that but didn't get what it says, anyone care to explain in plain English?

    Another topic from the article - what does it mean - Nouveau headless mode? From google: "This is to prevent...
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    FFS the video quality is worse than recording...

    FFS the video quality is worse than recording with a recent iPhone, and the audio sucks like it's the 1950's
  15. Unvanquished will get out of alpha long after you...

    Unvanquished will get out of alpha long after you stop caring about it.
  16. Well, native KDE apps on a KDE desktop is about...

    Well, native KDE apps on a KDE desktop is about as minimalistic as it can reasonably get. Btw Calligra (v2.8) has a lot faster startup than LibreOffice and supports odf well too, I might switch to...
  17. I mean when it comes (real) web browsing all of...

    I mean when it comes (real) web browsing all of them are shit compared to Firefox and Chrome/ium, so not worth caring about, no?
  18. Why care about Rekonq?

    Why care about Rekonq?
  19. Pretty much nobody has Maxwell yet, so even if...

    Pretty much nobody has Maxwell yet, so even if you have a new and powerful nvidia card you'll still be left with CPU-only decoding unless you have maxwell?
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    One can't use "Python" and "high performance" in...

    One can't use "Python" and "high performance" in the same sentence unless it's a PR substitute for "not (too) slow".
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