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    That article has some misconceptions, beginning...

    That article has some misconceptions, beginning with the stable API/ABI which is something great in Linux and something which is not relevant to user space applications but only for kernel modules...
  2. Finally, yes! Now I have a true candidate for...

    Finally, yes!

    Now I have a true candidate for replacing my current routers with a 100% free software unit. It might not have the latest WiFi technology but it is still has high performance CPU and...
  3. Maybe this fixes some glitches that I have....

    Maybe this fixes some glitches that I have.
    Could it be backported to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS?

    As for Freiburg migration:



    Even newer versions of Microsoft Office can have incompatibilities with...
  4. Seems that there are a lot of parallel...

    Seems that there are a lot of parallel programming models.

    This StarPU seems to have something in common with StarSs. StarSs derived in OmpSs.
  5. I think that the AMD open source driver story is...

    I think that the AMD open source driver story is proof of that without money nothing can advance at enough pace. Publishing documentation for their GPUs was good but not enough. Support for new...
  6. Well, you should implement a sort of pcie...

    Well, you should implement a sort of pcie protocol on all drivers if you want to mix gpus from different manufacturers. But yes, that would be possible with a 100% free software stack.
  7. Didn't you read muy post? Take a look con CPU...

    Didn't you read muy post? Take a look con CPU consumption while loading it. It ressembles azureus.
  8. Well, the Ubuntu Software Center is made with...

    Well, the Ubuntu Software Center is made with Python and it has a lot of animations, connection with Ubuntu SSO and the like.

    Most utility software from Canonical uses Python because they need to...
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    Please, elaborate. I already know. The...

    Please, elaborate.

    I already know.



    The concept behind Launchd and Systemd is broken, they do not do only one thing. They try to do multiple things and become a single point of failure....
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    Well, the rest of software is not updated. The...

    Well, the rest of software is not updated.

    The concept behind Systemd is totally wrong.

    If they wanted to improve the current software, they could have contributed to Upstart or forked it if...
  11. A game is closed source but at least it doesn't...

    A game is closed source but at least it doesn't do anything at kernel space.
  12. Issue #1: It's crap. Issue #2: It's closed...

    Issue #1: It's crap.
    Issue #2: It's closed source.
    Issue #3: It will never receive bug fixes in time.
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    Free drivers please!

    Free drivers please!
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    Nope.

    Nope.
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    Wayland is a protocol. Mir is a display server. ...

    Wayland is a protocol. Mir is a display server.

    Mir can implement multiple protocols, for example X.Org (XMir). A WMir could also exist.
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    GNU Linux is great for games and gamers. I've...

    GNU Linux is great for games and gamers. I've been doing all my work on GNU Linux since 2005-2006.

    More secure, quicker and much more functionality included with the default installation. Not to...
  17. Good news, both for computer games and...

    Good news, both for computer games and workstations. AMD is trying to push Mantle for "professional" applications too.
    Having Valve on board for OpenGL Next backs this move, as ATI (now AMD) has...
  18. But, Catalyst isn't a piece of OpenGL support...

    But, Catalyst isn't a piece of OpenGL support crap?
  19. Well, blu-ray still has a use. 50 gb rewritable...

    Well, blu-ray still has a use. 50 gb rewritable por 5-6 pounds is really good. Dropping a blu-ray is not the same as dropping a hard disk.
    Flash devices are more expensive.
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    Yeah, he has put on a bit of weight. But that's...

    Yeah, he has put on a bit of weight. But that's normal given his age and work. Damn, he has a computer-on-a-treadmill, lol.
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