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  1. Not that I doubt you, but do you have a reference...

    Not that I doubt you, but do you have a reference for that?
    It would be unfortunate if the sole reason for spirv is to allow glsl to become distributable. Seems a missed opportunity.
  2. That would be an enormous amount of work (very...

    That would be an enormous amount of work (very similar work duplicated across each drawing library), but seems to be the intention behind vulkan (let the app developers deal with it).
    A driver that...
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    Yay! Now we get to read comments about how awful...

    Yay! Now we get to read comments about how awful js is from people who infrequently, if ever, use it.
  4. I'm not entirely sure what side of this debate...

    I'm not entirely sure what side of this debate you're on...
    From the list...it's honestly a bit of a mixed bag. Apple has a pretty locked down os (not necessarily a good thing, but TENDS to be...
  5. Wonder what acceleration apis can be written with...

    Wonder what acceleration apis can be written with vulkan/d3d12...
  6. Fantastic. Thanks for the info.

    Fantastic. Thanks for the info.
  7. How's your stability? I've had serious issues...

    How's your stability? I've had serious issues with omtc on Intel.
    Also, do you need the environment variables?
  8. The newer l4 kernels have very fast context...

    The newer l4 kernels have very fast context switches.
    Honestly, though, it doesn't matter. I was only commenting on monolithic kernel security, not performance.
    I maintain that for iot, something...
  9. I'm not sure there's much to be done, since it is...

    I'm not sure there's much to be done, since it is a Chinese company.
    Same with rockchip.
    Iirc, Qualcomm had concerns about their IP being used by those without a license in China. I don't recall...
  10. Openbsd, and every other monolithic kernel, are...

    Openbsd, and every other monolithic kernel, are far behind the security of seL4.
    Not even close.
  11. Hi Adarion, This is as my own understanding,...

    Hi Adarion,

    This is as my own understanding, but after consideration it seems as though μcode would result in processing overhead (ie, for fma, ignore the three least significant digits). I'm not...
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    Gimp is very far from a joke. They now he's have...

    Gimp is very far from a joke. They now he's have high bit depth (iirc, there was an article about this recently on lwn). Gegl has seen use far outside of gimp.
    Besides, krita isn't a gimp...
  13. Why are you commenting? I don't think you post...

    Why are you commenting?
    I don't think you post anything that isn't negative about Linux.
    Strange thing to do on a Linux forum.
    Are you a troll?
  14. The GPU is MORE than enough, unless you want to...

    The GPU is MORE than enough, unless you want to game.
  15. But the advantage of a pixel is first class Linux...

    But the advantage of a pixel is first class Linux support with apple quality.
  16. Fxos absolutely has assets. I think they use the...

    Fxos absolutely has assets. I think they use the term Blocks for their asset library.
  17. Yup. That's exactly how fxos works. Gecko, our...

    Yup. That's exactly how fxos works.
    Gecko, our rather a part of gecko (I don't recall what it's called) sits right on top of the frame buffer (it's more complicated than this, but the short story is...
  18. https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=704387...

    https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=704387

    That should get people excited for f23:)

    I need to fire up f22 and checkout the Wayland situation. I hope they've switched the gdk backend over...
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    ... you can absolutely access alsa through mmap....

    ... you can absolutely access alsa through mmap. It's an option you can conf
  20. It's not crazy. Mozilla is working to bring this...

    It's not crazy. Mozilla is working to bring this about.
    I expect that interfaces written in HTML, JavaScript and CSS will be at least as fast (I think they'll be faster, actually) as native ones...
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