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  1. I haven't gone around to Android yet, but I will...

    I haven't gone around to Android yet, but I will do so once my Wayland implementation is complete.
  2. I've been working with libinput since three...

    I've been working with libinput since three months ago, and it is quite clean and well-designed. Documentation is ok, but many code examples are using outdated versions of the library (so be careful...
  3. Cheers, that's nice. Did you make it?

    Cheers, that's nice. Did you make it?
  4. I didn't expect this to happen so soon. I'm...

    I didn't expect this to happen so soon. I'm stunned and thrilled, in equal parts. We are actually getting ahead of Apple in OpenGL support, how awesome is that?

    One thing I am really looking...
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    And more proof: This reveals a deeply...

    And more proof:


    This reveals a deeply ingrained discrimination against women.

    Please do not try to argue that there is no proof of discrimination. The real question is what are we doing to...
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    @blackiwid: you asked for proof. Here is a recent...

    @blackiwid: you asked for proof. Here is a recent study published on this subject:

    "Instructors at 259 US institutions were, on average, more likely to respond to fake email requests for mentoring...
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    Pretty much this. I think this topic is...

    Pretty much this.


    I think this topic is emotional for many people, which explains why they cannot think logically. It's part loss aversion of the worst kind (feminists are going to steal all our...
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    My comment was directed to people saying that...

    My comment was directed to people saying that women should be paid less because they might get pregnant. That's blatant discrimination and if you support that you are sexist and a shitty human being....
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    No, it's $5.5K for the whole duration of the...

    No, it's $5.5K for the whole duration of the project, not per month. Fact-checking, people!
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    Yes, imagine the nerve. First they wanted...

    Yes, imagine the nerve.

    First they wanted voting rights, then they wanted equal rights, now they want equal pay. When is this going to end? Are we really going to let them emasculate us and take...
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    Your voice of reason is appreciated. Every...

    Your voice of reason is appreciated.

    Every second comment here proves how this outreach program is indeed necessary. It is disheartening to see alleged Free software supporters support...
  12. Linus starts ranting about how difficult it is to...

    Linus starts ranting about how difficult it is to distribute software on Linux around 5:35 and again around the 26-27 mark. He describes the exact issue that Lennart is trying to solve.

    The whole...
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    This is *certainly* a problem with Debian Jessie,...

    This is *certainly* a problem with Debian Jessie, because I don't encounter this on my Arch installation (neither bare metal nor virtual machine, just tested.) Fsck runs correctly and repairs the...
  14. Runtimes have unstable ABIs *right now*. You have...

    Runtimes have unstable ABIs *right now*. You have the 20GB strawman today. This proposal will not change anything.

    You should really listen to what Linus has to say about distributing applications...
  15. If I have to run a closed-source application...

    If I have to run a closed-source application requiring an outdated version of gtk, then yes, I will sandbox the hell out of it. No network access, an isolated view of the filesystem, the whole...
  16. This is a real problem. I used to have a...

    This is a real problem. I used to have a closed-source printer driver that could only work with a specific version of libc and gtk1. You get the same problems now if you install closed-source...
  17. Actually, it's a huge simplification compared to...

    Actually, it's a huge simplification compared to what we have now. Did you read his blog post?

    For example, when installing your LiveCD to disk, you would simply copy the btrfs deltas. That's it....
  18. As an app and a toolkit dev, you are wrong. ...

    As an app and a toolkit dev, you are wrong.

    GTK, Qt and SDL only offer a subset of functionality. To do some things, you must reach out to X, Wayland and Mir directly, and that means you now have...
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    GL_ARB_direct_state_access is a big chunk of...

    GL_ARB_direct_state_access is a big chunk of work, as is GL_ARB_ES3_1_compatibility. The rest are bite-sized chunks and look way simpler than GLSL 400. The big hurdle is OpenGL 4.0, once we hit that...
  20. Exactly. Hard drives, network controllers,...

    Exactly. Hard drives, network controllers, baseband modems, all have embedded processors that can be exploited by a sufficiently motivated attacker. All of those run their own, closed-source code.
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