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  1. perhaps people should document the sites where...

    perhaps people should document the sites where they encounter the issue with JS falling back to the slower interpreter-only mode, so the devs can determine what's causing that and have some...
  2. I personally prefer the scheme that Office 2013...

    I personally prefer the scheme that Office 2013 has...clean and simple. The Ribbon as in O2007 and O2010 is confusing enough.
  3. haha I am sure some diehard Phoronix reader could...

    haha I am sure some diehard Phoronix reader could well do just that ;)
  4. Yes, something along those lines where devices...

    Yes, something along those lines where devices can be queried and the system will not necessarily wait for a response thus moving on. Slow devices might respond a little later on to udev's query then...
  5. If the shaders were overly complex or badly...

    If the shaders were overly complex or badly written yes then there'd be a long compile time. Maybe if shader writers took the time to carefully write their shader code then there'd might not be a big...
  6. Most likely the only new code needed in the...

    Most likely the only new code needed in the drivers is the code to reference the cache. Would the benefit gained is better performance due to utilizing the cache rather than recompiling often used GL...
  7. This has to be how it works for attached USB...

    This has to be how it works for attached USB devices as first the USB controller driver gets loaded by udev, then once that occurs then udev can query and enumerate any devices that are on the USB...
  8. haha, i deserved that...

    haha, i deserved that...
  9. Hey relax, just making a joke :) What happened...

    Hey relax, just making a joke :)

    What happened to humor these days?
  10. Hahahaha good one, so now in that case would...

    Hahahaha good one, so now in that case would Linus give Lennart the middle finger like he did to nVidia?
  11. With the way Poettering is going, systemd will...

    With the way Poettering is going, systemd will soon control all major system functions and making the Linux kernel act more like a microkernel :rolleyes:

    I think that's what he wants...total...
  12. Async device/driver probing sounds like what...

    Async device/driver probing sounds like what should be in Linux and I am sure Windows does async probing by now too. There should be a multithreaded way to get a system from cold power-up to login...
  13. Agreed and how will NIR's performance be better...

    Agreed and how will NIR's performance be better than the old IR? Would be good to see some sort of benchmarking on this. Also if bugs or regressions are found who would handle the bug reports?
  14. bahahaha best post on this subject

    bahahaha best post on this subject
  15. Why not there be a skunkworks project within...

    Why not there be a skunkworks project within Intel to build the Linux support infrastructure for this device?
  16. Would be cool to see this make its way into...

    Would be cool to see this make its way into enterprise application deployment systems where it will be easier to build and deploy application packages to enterprise devices. If you know how to create...
  17. What's the state of Nouveau for a 9800GTX? I have...

    What's the state of Nouveau for a 9800GTX? I have this card in my main rig right now as I snagged one nice and cheap ($33) on ebay and I remember when that card cost upwards of $300. I also have a...
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    Think the Flux devs are waiting for Wayland to be...

    Think the Flux devs are waiting for Wayland to be feature and ABI complete before considering porting FB to it. Certainly parts would have to be rewritten to use Wayland calls rather than X11
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    Perhaps at Linuxfests there are people...

    Perhaps at Linuxfests there are people experienced with coreboot to help out users in flashing coreboot onto their machines (albeit supported ones)
  20. Maybe it's a good time for good ol' SysVinit to...

    Maybe it's a good time for good ol' SysVinit to get a sensible makeover, and for the life of me why can't Debian give users a choice and have packages that are not dependent on any particular init or...
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