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    What a useless piece of passive aggression. ...

    What a useless piece of passive aggression.

    Michael, you do provide a valuable service, but like jntesteves said, you should try to do it sober.
  2. This ongoing vendetta against the FSF is getting...

    This ongoing vendetta against the FSF is getting ridiculous.

    Personally, I support permissive licenses, and I think the FSF's hardline pro-copyleft stance is doing serious harm to the cause of...
  3. The engine has been "closed down" for many years...

    The engine has been "closed down" for many years and is only being open-sourced now. A closed-source fork with console support already exists. Clearly the author does not find this idea too...
  4. This is great news! I especially want to commend...

    This is great news! I especially want to commend the choice of a permissive license rather than a copyleft one. It's a brave choice, but it's the right one.
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    This has been a long time coming.

    This has been a long time coming.
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    Michael, this is better journalism than usual for...

    Michael, this is better journalism than usual for you. Good job. :)
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    The improvements are welcome. I, for one,...

    The improvements are welcome.

    I, for one, would recommend against delaying content for non-subscribers. I am a subscriber, but I still don't think that's the right thing to do.
  8. OK, fair enough.

    OK, fair enough.
  9. There's nothing wrong with GDB. He's just using a...

    There's nothing wrong with GDB. He's just using a Micky-Mouse kindergarten my-first-debugger GUI front-end to it, and then complaining when it doesn't have the functionality he needs.

    If he really...
  10. This isn't really a letdown. Font rendering has...

    This isn't really a letdown. Font rendering has been a huge issue on WINE in the past. For example, Windows Firefox under WINE was completely unreadable last time I tried it. (Not that you'd need...
  11. We don't know yet. It's certainly possible, but...

    We don't know yet. It's certainly possible, but Steam Greenlight is currently pretty difficult to get through.
  12. I've had to use virtual terminals as a fallback...

    I've had to use virtual terminals as a fallback in situations where I've bricked my video drivers. It would sure be nice to retain high-res VTs if DRM is not working. Does anyone know if that ability...
  13. Quake 3 doesn't use QuakeC, it uses real ANSI C....

    Quake 3 doesn't use QuakeC, it uses real ANSI C. Whereas QC is a language that is very similar to C, but isn't C. (At least as of the original Q1 release, I imagine the DarkPlaces devs probably...
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    Why are you still using Nexuiz? It's an obsolete...

    Why are you still using Nexuiz? It's an obsolete version of the same engine as Xonotic, and is consistently outperformed by Xonotic. Not very interesting.
  15. Haven't dug into this yet, but TTimo has the...

    Haven't dug into this yet, but TTimo has the experience to pull this off, and his stated design goals are exactly right. I will be following this project with interest.
  16. Sounds awesome. Makes me want to dust off my D3...

    Sounds awesome. Makes me want to dust off my D3 installation media so I can try that out. :)
  17. By chance, last year, I met someone from the GSoC...

    By chance, last year, I met someone from the GSoC program, and the subject of the selection process and X.org came up. Her explanation was that they don't have anything against X.org specifically,...
  18. The reason for this is simply because there's not...

    The reason for this is simply because there's not a whole lot id Tech 4 has to offer that other open-source engines don't already have. The previous id engines are better understood by the community,...
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    Unlike a lot of the GNOME team's recent botched...

    Unlike a lot of the GNOME team's recent botched decisions, I don't actually think this is a horrible idea. I wouldn't mind seeing sandboxed apps in a desktop computing environment, if it was done...
  20. All three of these arguments make good sense to...

    All three of these arguments make good sense to me. Also, JS isn't really that slow these days; we're stuck with it as a standard, so huge amounts of engineering effort have gone into making it fast....
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