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  1. Thread: Bedrock

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    I think the same general complaint could have...

    I think the same general complaint could have been made for many different technologies before they became standard.

    Take for instance web services: why not just have the two applications talk to...
  2. Thread: Bedrock

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    Sounds awesome even if it does have a more...

    Sounds awesome even if it does have a more involved installation process. Here's a link for those who aren't familiar:

    http://opensource.osu.edu/~paradigm/bedrock/

    There's alot of good info on...
  3. Looks like the driver is working now for playing...

    Looks like the driver is working now for playing Diablo... not sure why it didn't work to begin with. I did re-run the following command (but I didn't see any obvious changes with the xorg.conf):...
  4. I've playing Diablo on my Lenovo W500 (with a...

    I've playing Diablo on my Lenovo W500 (with a Radeon HD 3650 and Catalyst 12.4 driver). After installing this driver the system hangs after logging in to the game and I must do a hard reset. I'll do...
  5. I've played Diablo 3 enough to get a couple of...

    I've played Diablo 3 enough to get a couple of characters up into the 50s. I played earlier this morning for a short while... no problems connecting. Whatever flagged these very vocal gamers for...
  6. I usually don't state this is an argument for why...

    I usually don't state this is an argument for why I know what I'm talking about, but I have a little insight on this subject from working at a one of the big tech companies who is seen as a major...
  7. I can understand why many people would be...

    I can understand why many people would be completely turned off from a topic as soon as a related but unfamiliar and polarizing side of the topic gets brought up. On one hand the LLVM project is...
  8. While I welcome a critical look at open source...

    While I welcome a critical look at open source projects, including ones sponsored by the Free Software Foundation, Phoronix has proven to be nothing but negatively critical towards FSF while either...
  9. Why so much focus on LLVM?

    Even on a story which could (and should) have been focused on some free software project, Michael chooses to focus on his favored LLVM. I understand a person having favorite projects, but there needs...
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    I get tired of April Fools. Every year. Again....

    I get tired of April Fools. Every year. Again. Over and Over. And Over. It's one day of the year where old dumb jokes which weren't funny the first time find their way back and there is no damn way...
  11. While fuse allows for a user-space file system...

    While fuse allows for a user-space file system implementation, you still have the same underlying file system requiring a privileged mode in the kernel. End users get to see some of the benefits of...
  12. Thanks for the focus on FSF and GNU

    Thanks for helping to shine a light on the GNU project and the Free Software Foundation... I hope there are many more stories on this topic going forward. These high priority projects are important...
  13. This makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside. Please...

    This makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside. Please let it be X3 :D
  14. The fact that Nokia is able to purchase something...

    The fact that Nokia is able to purchase something like Qt is the real issue here. The problem that Qt faces is merely a symptom of this problem.
  15. I hear Google is going on a hiring spree, many...

    I hear Google is going on a hiring spree, many new jobs likely to be related to Android.

    http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2011/01/help-wanted-google-hiring-in-2011.html
  16. I like the idea of distribution teams...

    I like the idea of distribution teams collaborating with other projects such as Phoronix and the hardware database at openbenchmarking.org. Whether or not this type of collaboration exists for...
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    I'm a big fan of LGP, and I have bought 5 or 6...

    I'm a big fan of LGP, and I have bought 5 or 6 games from them over the last couple of years. That's about 90% of all games I've bought during that time period. I'm not the average gamer or consumer,...
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    What a deal. Thanks for the heads up!

    What a deal. Thanks for the heads up!
  19. I don't know how useful benchmarks are for the...

    I don't know how useful benchmarks are for the initial alpha versions of distributions. I would fully expect that speed of bootup is the least of the team's worries at this point. The team has put it...
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    Ubuntu is net positive for Linux as a whole, and...

    Ubuntu is net positive for Linux as a whole, and there really is no argument with that. There are valid complaints about Ubuntu not doing more to integrate their huge community into other communities...
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