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  1. That's what I don't get. If they fear nothing,...

    That's what I don't get. If they fear nothing, why take steps to hide stuff? If they fear a lawsuit, why take step to clumsily hide evidence?
    Looks like retarded steps to take to me.
  2. Absolutely not. C++ is a general purpose...

    Absolutely not.
    C++ is a general purpose language that has OO features, meaning everything can be an "object".
    C++ is a multi paradigm language, where the programmer much choose the language...
  3. Owncloud currently relies on WebODF, but once...

    Owncloud currently relies on WebODF, but once available and stable, a LibreOffice app would be welcome indeed.
  4. This would immensely improve the readability of...

    This would immensely improve the readability of the Linux infrastructure to newcomers. I have always had a hard time understanding where things were supposed to be (not helping that they change...
  5. And using C of course counts, if you can compile...

    And using C of course counts, if you can compile it with a standard c++ compiler.


    Not familiar with the subject, but wouldn't alignas do just that?
  6. It's quite plausible ...

    It's quite plausible that they'll do it.
  7. You can cite them on the same page. But not imply...

    You can cite them on the same page. But not imply that they weight anywhere near the same (this is not a democracy).

    I assume that video games works just like everything else in the world, ie the...
  8. Are you comparing COD and Assassin's Creed to the...

    Are you comparing COD and Assassin's Creed to the average games on sourceforge on a one to one basis?
    And then you have the balls to speak about "market" a few posts later?
    Lol.
  9. SPIR-V, as its name implies, is an IR, ie an...

    SPIR-V, as its name implies, is an IR, ie an "intermediate representation". So it is some byte code, and not human readable.
    Compiler front end: programming language to IR
    Compiler back end: IR to...
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    Seeing stories like "dozens of corporations dumps...

    Seeing stories like "dozens of corporations dumps billion of money into development of linux kernel", I still think Linus has a better point.
  11. Drivers can be there sooner, as the SPIR-V spec...

    Drivers can be there sooner, as the SPIR-V spec are already out there :)
  12. Yes (there are already such compilers). Note that...

    Yes (there are already such compilers). Note that you will always be limited to a subset of the language, as dynamic stuff doesn't really work on GPU.
  13. "A script to automate stuff I did manually...

    "A script to automate stuff I did manually before". I really don't get how thing like that can be patentable, regardless of prior art :/
  14. SPIR-V seems awesome. As an OpenCL programmer,...

    SPIR-V seems awesome. As an OpenCL programmer, this could be the end of poor support from drivers (looking at you NVidia, not supporting OpenCL 1.2) or compilers (that one is for AMD).
    All drivers...
  15. Wayland on Gnome is fairly usable already, much...

    Wayland on Gnome is fairly usable already, much more advanced than unity.
    Wayland on phones has been ther for a much longer time than mir on phones.
    But this is pointless in respect to the argument...
  16. That's not the case. The driver requirements are...

    That's not the case. The driver requirements are almost exactly the same for Mir and Wayland (roughly KMS + EGL). Both need some small EGL extensions (that are indeed different), but in the latest...
  17. Waiting half a second for a UI interaction is...

    Waiting half a second for a UI interaction is awful, and it feels much longer than that. I really doubt that grouping + waiting makes you save time in any situation.
  18. Just to say I'm positively impressed by this...

    Just to say I'm positively impressed by this thread :)
    Shows the good side of the phoronix forums.
  19. oxygen kills too, so does water, and at least...

    oxygen kills too, so does water, and at least half of all available medicine. So what exactly is your point?
    You know, these yellow sticker don't come from god or magic, people did studies to...
  20. Are you suggesting that the reason we are adding...

    Are you suggesting that the reason we are adding fluorine to tap water and tooth paste is just to monetize a by product of aluminum production, and that fluorine must be dangerous because it's a by...
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