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    (Sorry for mistakes since I've not tried it) Imo...

    (Sorry for mistakes since I've not tried it)
    Imo this project allows you to run a GTK3 application on some remote host on your HTML5 browser.
    It's a bit like an improved version of VNC or X11...
  2. The extensability of gnome-shell comes from js....

    The extensability of gnome-shell comes from js.
    This would happen if nautilus acquired some js engine, or was rewritten in js.

    Otherwise people are stuck with C plugins for nautilus.
  3. Plenty of legacy applications call libX11 or...

    Plenty of legacy applications call libX11 or libxcb at somewhere in their code.
    Some of them even depends on features of X11 (e.g. Synergy).
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    Have been using Fedora since 14 without missing...

    Have been using Fedora since 14 without missing any upgrade.
    Almost everything is fine.
  5. WebRTC isn't something for online videos like...

    WebRTC isn't something for online videos like YouTube.
    You can see Cisco only gets baseline profile implemented in its OpenH264.
  6. It's time to fork I think.

    It's time to fork I think.
  7. To clarify one thing, GPU vendors count every ALU...

    To clarify one thing, GPU vendors count every ALU as ONE CORE.
    The actual number of cores which can execute instructions independently is way much less that they advertised.

    A fair comparision...
  8. The thing is Linux graphic stack has already been...

    The thing is Linux graphic stack has already been accelerated through XRender, GLAMOR or cairo-gl (Wayland).
    There is no need switching to OpenVG unless you really like OpenVG's API.
  9. Is there any chance to implement OpenGL 4.x on...

    Is there any chance to implement OpenGL 4.x on top of OpenGL-Next? Suppose -Next is released early enough.
  10. Hmm, it seems in your world "nothing can be said...

    Hmm, it seems in your world "nothing can be said to be certain, except death, taxes" and helping Microsoft.

    I've "enjoyed" an ARM-based NAS crap once, I won't give a second shoot if I have choices.
  11. Probabily we'll see OpenGL-next earlier.

    Probabily we'll see OpenGL-next earlier.
  12. The open sourced one

    The open sourced one
  13. According to the comments in Skylake's driver,...

    According to the comments in Skylake's driver, there is Iris Pro for Server, but NOT FOR Desktop
    So I need to buy Xeon for the best Skylake Iris :rolleyes:
  14. My Intel HD4600 works smoother than my Radeon...

    My Intel HD4600 works smoother than my Radeon 7750 for Gnome 3 desktop, and has fewer bugs.
    So imo there is no reason to choose discrete gpu under Linux if you don't play games.
  15. Yeah I'm tracking it. Apparently Firefox-gtk3...

    Yeah I'm tracking it. Apparently Firefox-gtk3 won't happen sooner than Firefox 36, which means we ain't able to get firefox-wayland in this year.
  16. I'm afraid the biggest problem is about...

    I'm afraid the biggest problem is about applications.
    Firefox is still struggling to move away from gtk2, which is a prerequisite for wayland.
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    Once I was attracted by Dell Venue 8 Pro but...

    Once I was attracted by Dell Venue 8 Pro but later I decided to wait for the next gen of atom processors, which will be 14nm :p
  18. Because Eclipse is slow (I suppose)

    Because Eclipse is slow (I suppose)
  19. Fedora doesn't ship ffmpeg due to legal issues...

    Fedora doesn't ship ffmpeg due to legal issues (patents)
    RPMFusion ships ffmpeg.
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    No, it's a gcc bug introduced in 4.5.0 ...

    No, it's a gcc bug introduced in 4.5.0

    --https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=61904
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