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  1. postgresql was at "big data scale" already, which...

    postgresql was at "big data scale" already, which is quite a bit more than "web scale" :-P
    Mongo isn't bad, I use it for quite a few things, it just is nearly impossible to maintain in the classical...
  2. KDE doesn't un-redirect by default for fullscreen...

    KDE doesn't un-redirect by default for fullscreen apps, which imho, is the right option. If you enable that tickbox, games typically run a lot faster. Apparently the redirecting penalty on wayland...
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    I have a first-generation ATOM nettop, and it...

    I have a first-generation ATOM nettop, and it currently runs KDE 4.12 using the OpenGL2 compositor. Not only was the OpenGL2 compositor working perfectly, it actually results in noticeably smoother...
  4. I was so disappointed at unladen swallow bowing...

    I was so disappointed at unladen swallow bowing out at the time, but after investigating, I essentially came to the conclusion that LLVM was misrepresenting its own abilities.
    Since then I have been...
  5. If I saw this before upgrading, I probably...

    If I saw this before upgrading, I probably wouldn't have. Now that I have upgraded, I tested, and suspend/resume works fine for me :-)
    I tested it in the middle of typing this response.

    On...
  6. yeah, too bad RAM is volatile :-(

    yeah, too bad RAM is volatile :-(
  7. I don't reboot often (say every few weeks), but...

    I don't reboot often (say every few weeks), but open/close apps and other things that use fsync a lot (databases of various kinds).
    I also used to hold out on an SSD because of price, but now I...
  8. I have an old atom single-core system running a...

    I have an old atom single-core system running a full Mint kde desktop, it has a shitty hard drive, and even that only takes a minute to boot up. Two minutes is something pretty special!

    I have to...
  9. Documents indicate that kaveri may have support...

    Documents indicate that kaveri may have support for quad-channel and GDDR5 memory, but that it has been disabled. I suppose a different package would be needed for quad-channel, and GDDR5 requires...
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    Didn't Micheal Abrash state that in an interview...

    Didn't Micheal Abrash state that in an interview he was working on VR stuff at valve?
    Considering that Abrash is considered to have phenomenal attention to detail, any project where he is involved...
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    How is it working for you?

    How is it working for you?
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    :rolleyes: I have a netbook somewhere that...

    :rolleyes:

    I have a netbook somewhere that uses Intel GPU. That works well enough, as long as you don't try to exceed its abilities. Unfortunately it is really easy to do so :p
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    Hehe, best response ever :-) I have always...

    Hehe, best response ever :-)
    I have always wondered if I live in a different world than other people :-P
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    Why do never get issues like this? I rarely...

    Why do never get issues like this? I rarely experience inconsistent crashes in anything I do, and have been running on fglrx for over a year after my previous machine had a Nvidia card. I actually...
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    Hmm, my take on that would be that only the bugs...

    Hmm, my take on that would be that only the bugs that get logged by the internal testing team is ones that would get recorded in the release notes. Bugs probably get fixed on a scheduling basis,...
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    As long as the video is true to real life (as in...

    As long as the video is true to real life (as in the device actually behaves like that) then this looks like a fairly mature first attempt!

    Naturally, reasons is all you need :-)
  17. 1) A hybrid notebook with touchscreen, like...

    1) A hybrid notebook with touchscreen, like Dell's XPS 12 2-in-1 Ultrabook.
    2) Any Trinity/Richland or Kaveri notebook
  18. I upgraded to the newest beta drivers, and it...

    I upgraded to the newest beta drivers, and it resolved the brightness issue AFTER suspend. CCC runs.
    Maybe you are running a Franken-driver...
  19. That was the issue with the previous Catalyst...

    That was the issue with the previous Catalyst beta6? The one they supposedly fixed? The issue my notebook currently suffers from?
    I'll have to test with this driver, but will be out and travelling...
  20. Hehe, does that mean it is bagpipe ported? To my...

    Hehe, does that mean it is bagpipe ported? To my limited knowledge bagpipes don't have many ports, else they will deflate too quickly.
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