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    tmpfs can (and probably will) go to swap as well,...

    tmpfs can (and probably will) go to swap as well, which should still perform better than a real on-disk FS. As long as there's enough swap available, running out of memory shouldn't be an issue, or...
  2. AFAIK, ICCCM is just a big list of behavioral...

    AFAIK, ICCCM is just a big list of behavioral policies X-applications should adhere to, so that they work together and don't screw up each other, most of which is decent enough. When an X-application...
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    Full Xrandr >=1.2 support. Improvements in...

    Full Xrandr >=1.2 support.
    Improvements in power-management.
    KMS nvidia-edition (all VT's using the same video-driver).
    Enable Stereo-support on consumer-cards.
  4. SQLite makes a gazillion small changes to a...

    SQLite makes a gazillion small changes to a single file. Worst-case scenario for a lot of journaling-schemes.
  5. Killing X can be worked around with x2go or Nx. I...

    Killing X can be worked around with x2go or Nx. I don't know how performance'll be though.
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    I'd love to see entire linux-running systems,...

    I'd love to see entire linux-running systems, especially laptops. No more windows-tax :), and not having to go through the difficulty of getting the system installed and perfectly working. Oh, and as...
  7. VIA's 'deadline' will be the merge-window of...

    VIA's 'deadline' will be the merge-window of 2.6.32, or 33 if they miss that one, which should be somewhere near the end of september, giving them 1 more months to get the needed work done.

    I'd...
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    The only proper way to test that is to buy a...

    The only proper way to test that is to buy a couple dozen, and have them continuously writing for months... Bit expensive, and by the time you're done, btrfs will have been updated, so you can start...
  9. You're using an OCZ core V2. They're notorious...

    You're using an OCZ core V2. They're notorious for "locking" up when writing small amounts of data. Use btrfs as your filesystem(in ssd-mode). That'll fix things.
  10. For the nvidia-driver: Full Xrandr 1.2-support....

    For the nvidia-driver:
    Full Xrandr 1.2-support.
    Some things in kde4 are still slow(scrolling maps in konqueror)

    For fglrx:
    STABILITY!!!!! I don't really care about features as long as that...
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    Could you please test random write performance?...

    Could you please test random write performance? The tested ssd has horrible (re)write-latencies, and filesystems can have a significant impact on that(the more small writes, the worse).
    Mine's...
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    You can already make X11-openGL-apps in a client...

    You can already make X11-openGL-apps in a client work with almost all hosts. Just make it use your host's X11-server(install one if needed) :)
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    That still is buggy. It might go wrong if there...

    That still is buggy. It might go wrong if there are spaces or other sh-unfriendly characters in the variables in /etc/lsb-release, and it will still return oo if I didn't set DISTRIB_RELEASE. And it...
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    @deanjo + michael: I ran against the same bug,...

    @deanjo + michael:
    I ran against the same bug, using gentoo.
    (Firstly, I had to install lsb-release, as that wasn't installed by default.)
    After some debugging, I found out that os_version() in...
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