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  1. UrT

    For some reason, I keep coming back to Urban Terror. It's just simple and great, even though I own all the Valve games and enjoy them, for idle playing it's stuck.
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    It's faster than ext4 if you use lzo compression,...

    It's faster than ext4 if you use lzo compression, at least on spinning disks. I'll happily trade some cpu time for reduced I/O.
  3. LLVM isn't trying to replace GCC

    You guys have a really narrow viewpoint about LLVM. It's a compiler *framework* that just happens to also compile C/C++ code pretty well. But its existence isn't justified by only that capability. ...
  4. It would have saved me from having to reformat...

    It would have saved me from having to reformat the partition to make it usable again. Localized data-loss is to be expected obviously. Corrupt FS metadata is what I'm talking about, in my case it...
  5. I'm not buying it, it would take quite a while...

    I'm not buying it, it would take quite a while for MASS-adoption since you'd need distro buy-in. The users that are willing to bend over backwards now to use BTRFS would prefer to migrate to a new...
  6. Not sure what you mean... an FS for only kernel...

    Not sure what you mean... an FS for only kernel hackers? On the "user" rankings I'd say I'm pretty hard-core. In fact I ran BTRFS for about a year until my hard drive started getting bad sectors, i...
  7. fsck?

    does it have an error-correcting fsck yet? This has been a show-stopper for me. I don't see why they haven't fixed this yet.
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    Physx

    from what I've read elsewhere (the source eludes me), AMD wasn't interested in promoting CUDA, which is why we don't have physx on radeons yet, though Nvidia was open to it. Maybe now we can do it...
  9. Your assumption is like that of a Marxist, that...

    Your assumption is like that of a Marxist, that work and value are inseparable.
  10. although in this case favorable, I think raw...

    although in this case favorable, I think raw performance benchmarks send the wrong message. What BFS is optimizing for is user experience, UI latency, sometimes that can come at the expense at total...
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    chrome on wayland

    does that mean chromebooks won't need X anymore? Maybe we(the community) can get google to help push development forward.
  12. Icculus

    From what I can tell, Ryan is a person that deeply loves linux and open source, but is also incredibly pragmatic. His hybrid binary format got shot down by the zealots, which is unfortunate. I for...
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    Well, no, that was the point. I installed it,...

    Well, no, that was the point. I installed it, was like "cool, it works on linux" then played for a couple of hours. I didn't feel inspired to buy it. I might try again now that it's free.
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    Beta

    I tested the beta and it seemed like everyone I was playing with had years of experience and was really angry about that fact. There wasn't a simple way to ramp up so I dropped it, and generally I...
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    Yea, that's not going to happen anytime soon.

    Yea, that's not going to happen anytime soon.
  16. Scheduler arguments are a lot like religious ones.

    Scheduler arguments are a lot like religious ones.
  17. If wayland can do software rendering onto a...

    If wayland can do software rendering onto a remote X backend, acting as an X client, then the problem's solved, no? Also, most apps will use an abstraction like QT or GTK, so will work with any...
  18. What if wayland did its local buffer thing on the...

    What if wayland did its local buffer thing on the remote location then posed as an X client to your X server? Wouldn't that solve the problem, or am I simplifying it too much?
  19. most certainly enough people will put up a fuss...

    most certainly enough people will put up a fuss to make that a requirement.
  20. the way I see it happening is like this: All...

    the way I see it happening is like this: All major graphics toolkits will start supporting wayland. For backwards compatibility there will have to be a X backend for wayland, or every toolkit will...
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