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    Isn't Mantle based on HLSL? This could be yet...

    Isn't Mantle based on HLSL?
    This could be yet another 'trojan horse' inside Linux, as HLSL is controlled by Microsoft.
  2. Any news about H.265? With 4K screens becoming...

    Any news about H.265?
    With 4K screens becoming the norm it seems to be a bit more relevant than H.264.
  3. Will nuclear page-flipping support more than one...

    Will nuclear page-flipping support more than one monitor? Say I have a 3x3 monitor setup, so a total of 9 monitors, driven by 3 separate display controllers (each display controller drives 3...
  4. If it is a RAM problem, the RAM test boot option...

    If it is a RAM problem, the RAM test boot option (don't remember the exact name right now) that comes by default with Ubuntu installations usually finds that in a couple of minutes.
  5. Chromebooks are also backed by a big, popular and...

    Chromebooks are also backed by a big, popular and very well known brand - Google - along with the Google ecosystem.
    Plus they are dead-easy to use.
  6. In that case I'm all in for that feature. Bring...

    In that case I'm all in for that feature. Bring it on :)
  7. I actually don't like this feature. Smoothness of...

    I actually don't like this feature. Smoothness of animation is achieved by a constant refresh rate. Adaptive refresh rate is going to cause jittery animation.
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    Does anyone know what are the requirements to...

    Does anyone know what are the requirements to running it?

    Specifically, I didn't find any information about needing a GPU for composition. I know that they used to rely on OpenBox however I have...
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    Funny to hear him talk about unification when...

    Funny to hear him talk about unification when Ubuntu is all about fragmentation nowadays.
  10. Going the GLAMOR route might lead to non-optimal...

    Going the GLAMOR route might lead to non-optimal hardware utilization on embedded platforms, where designated 2D acceleration hardware sometimes exists in addition to the GPU.

    Will it be possible...
  11. I don't see why the DDX used by the open source...

    I don't see why the DDX used by the open source drivers matters to nVidia.

    AFAIK it is not mandated to use the 'one-and-only' Wayland DDX, rather nVidia can add Wayland support to their own...
  12. Aspect ratio of 16:9 is good for watching movies....

    Aspect ratio of 16:9 is good for watching movies. If you write code for a living you want vertical space, so at least 16:10.

    Where are all the 3830x2400 monitors?
  13. Nah... that would make too much sense. You can...

    Nah... that would make too much sense. You can trust canonical to shoot themselves in the foot and increase Linux fragmentation again.
  14. and they are *still* selling mobile phones with...

    and they are *still* selling mobile phones with sealed batteries :p (yes, I know we are talking about laptops here)
  15. Considering that most open-source apps are going...

    Considering that most open-source apps are going to support Wayland (via GTK or Qt), Ubuntu could get a lot of applications simply by supporting Wayland, at least for their desktop-mode. This...
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    kdiff3. Weird that nobody mentioned it. Great for...

    kdiff3. Weird that nobody mentioned it. Great for 2- or 3-way comparison, also compares directories.
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    Any news on Clutter-GTK Wayland subsurfaces...

    Any news on Clutter-GTK Wayland subsurfaces support?
    Apparently some Gnome applications are broken on Wayland until this support is added.
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    This. Just make Mir a Wayland compositor and be...

    This. Just make Mir a Wayland compositor and be done with it. We already have Gnome/Mutter, KDE/KWin etc. all behaving as Wayland compositors. Why not Unity/Mir?

    Canonical would get the control...
  19. Android Intents are implemented over Binder,...

    Android Intents are implemented over Binder, which is very similar to kdbus... or actually kdbus is similar to Binder as Binder came first.
    kdbus is supposed to be better than Binder in several...
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    LibreOffice has a lot of usability issues. They...

    LibreOffice has a lot of usability issues. They should take a cue from Google Docs - for example, the web version of the Google Docs spreadsheet is much more easy to use than LibreOffice Calc. Same...
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