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  1. Is this because you actually need a physical r600...

    Is this because you actually need a physical r600 card on the machine to do the scoring? So doing it in a VM on Google Cloud Compute or Amazon wouldn't work?
  2. Since training can take a long time, do you ever...

    Since training can take a long time, do you ever worry that the method of evolution (the parameters) isn't optimal? For example, killing off half the population every generation can kill off any...
  3. On Google+, they're saying that all they did was...

    On Google+, they're saying that all they did was bug fixing and taking care of bottlenecks, claiming that they're not doing anything revolutionary or novel.
  4. This is not an April Fool's joke. There already...

    This is not an April Fool's joke. There already is dhcp in networkd. The improvements Gunderson talked about is already in systemd-212 I believe. After reading his post on Google+, I immediately...
  5. It really depends on the types of webpages. even...

    It really depends on the types of webpages. even simplistic webpages can kill your computer if they're of the infinite-scrolling variety. Google came up with a pretty cool concept of a paginated...
  6. Things systemd timers do better than anacron...

    Things systemd timers do better than anacron would be that they're part of systemd and thus share all the benefits of systemd units. That is to say that in addition to being a timer (anacron...
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    http://www.reddit.com/r/linux/comments/207zr3/goog...

    http://www.reddit.com/r/linux/comments/207zr3/google_to_replace_gtk_with_its_own_aura_in_chrome/cg0xcwc
  8. skinny metadata and larger leaf/node sizes

    It would be interesting if we can see some differences between defaults vs 16k leaf size vs skinny metadata. Though I think 16k was already moved to default.
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    I don't know if this would be considered "proper...

    I don't know if this would be considered "proper research" but Lennart has some useful examples on his blog.

    http://0pointer.de/blog/projects/journalctl.html
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    I thought we were gonna have another recursive...

    I thought we were gonna have another recursive acronym on our hands.
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    IRC most if not all of the btrfs developers...

    IRC most if not all of the btrfs developers actually shun filesystem level encryption. They don't think that's where encryption belongs.
  12. skinny metadata

    It'd be interesting to see the benchmark results using btrfs' new skinny metadata/extents
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    I thought those might've just been improvements...

    I thought those might've just been improvements in the encoder/decoder

    That's how I interpreted this excerpt from the mailing list


    So the actual codec hasn't changed, but the...
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    I may be being a pedant here, but I think it's...

    I may be being a pedant here, but I think it's the opus tools that are coming out of alpha and into beta as the spec for Opus is already done.
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    no decode abilities

    AMD A8-3530MX APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics
    product: BeaverCreek [Mobility Radeon HD 6620G]

    OpenGL vendor string: X.Org
    OpenGL renderer string: Gallium 0.4 on AMD SUMO
    OpenGL core profile...
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    You might look into experimenting with...

    You might look into experimenting with send/receive using btrfs. I imagine it'd be way more efficient than using rsync
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    btrfstune

    Michael, in 3.10, btrfs has gained skinny metadata support. It'd be interesting to benchmark btrfs with that feature turned on (needs btrfstune).
  18. When you're sitting at a computer all day, you...

    When you're sitting at a computer all day, you get used to seeing progress bars. Maybe instead of WIP, we can add those circular loading animations that never end.
  19. raid5/6 for btrfs also didn't make it into this...

    raid5/6 for btrfs also didn't make it into this kernel :(
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    AMD is sinking

    Yeah if you could just donate a couple billion dollars to AMD

    -- Lumbergh --

    That'd be great.
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