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    whatever they did, if they were forced to release...

    whatever they did, if they were forced to release sources, they'd give you the original ffmpeg sources, no build scripts, tools, no docs and no nuthin'. This is worthless.
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    learning how a C compiler works from some source...

    learning how a C compiler works from some source code instead of studying? Good luck with that.
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    I am using gentoo and regardless of that I can...

    I am using gentoo and regardless of that I can complain as much as I want
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    please also include http://vigor.sourceforge.net/...

    please also include http://vigor.sourceforge.net/ into systemd. Please please please. Oh pretty please, I need it for more userfriendlyness.
  5. actually it is. The license is one of the "AS IS"...

    actually it is. The license is one of the "AS IS" licenses, they printed a "LLVM" credit into the header and some code part exceptions to be bottom. So yeah, it is BSD.
  6. you don't need glibc with systemd anyways

    you don't need glibc with systemd anyways
  7. You need to understand RMS' thinking process...

    You need to understand RMS' thinking process here: BSD license is not free because it allows people to include it into proprietary software and this software takes the freedom from people, no matter...
  8. I hope they make a better job than debian did:...

    I hope they make a better job than debian did: http://web.archive.org/web/20091105110653/http://digitaloffense.net/tools/debian-openssl/
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    I'm asking myself why the distributions install...

    I'm asking myself why the distributions install every driver in the first place. I don't need Nvidia and intel (or matrox or S3) drivers if I am using an ATI card but nonetheless they are installed....
  10. "So what else would you like to see written" I...

    "So what else would you like to see written"

    I would like to see an improved writing style! No usage of "per" at all, do not use colloquial speech and flowery prose (like "exciting", "fantastic",...
  11. If nobody bitched about it, you probably still...

    If nobody bitched about it, you probably still wouldn't write summaries after your 10 page testing orgies, so here is another one:
    First thing: Dude, learn your prepositions. Don't use "per"! You...
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    Nepomuk...

    At first, I lol'd: "Nepomuk doesn't have a future", what was their first clue? Like forcing this crap into KDE?
    Then I lol'd again: 17 million bucks wasted for some useless junk that interferes with...
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    I think you overuse the verb "finally" [1]. It...

    I think you overuse the verb "finally" [1]. It sounds impatient and in it's overuse it sounds like a little child is begging and nagging for something until it gets it. Just leave it out and the...
  14. yes, the plain standard easy and ugly thingy....

    yes, the plain standard easy and ugly thingy. That one: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XDM_%28display_manager%29
  15. so: the less complex the WM the more FPS. What...

    so: the less complex the WM the more FPS. What about xdm? If Xfce gives me 10fps more than KDE and xdm gives me 10fps more than Xfce this could be totally worth it for a gaming machine. Please...
  16. come on... 100ms difference, you cannot even...

    come on... 100ms difference, you cannot even measure that with your watch. But you can measure the init-time after the kernel is loaded...
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    I did not benchmark -Os but used it for some...

    I did not benchmark -Os but used it for some months instead of -O2. I felt no difference and sometimes had some segfaults that disappeared after switching back to -O2. I guess -Os is only worth...
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    ok, makes sense. But shouldn't the programmer use...

    ok, makes sense. But shouldn't the programmer use inline functions or macros in this case? :D
    I guess I will add the inline parameter to my CXXFLAGs and for single C packages.
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    This is an interesting observation, I checked the...

    This is an interesting observation, I checked the manpage and searched for differences between -O2 and -O3, then thought about differences between C and C++.

    Lets see what we can find there.

    ...
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    so the flags do exactly what the manpage says:...

    so the flags do exactly what the manpage says: -O2 is a good, stable optimization, while -O3 needs more compile time and may or may not improve the resulting binary so it is mostly a waste of energy...
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