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  1. Do you have a link to where Crytek said that?...

    Do you have a link to where Crytek said that? I've heard a few people say this but I've not seen anything that's actually come from them.
  2. Calling it Apfelwein is perfectly fine. But since...

    Calling it Apfelwein is perfectly fine. But since Frankfurt is in Hessen (where somebody once insisted I pronounced "gut" as "gude"), "Ebbelwoi" is also used. Not heard Äppler, but I'm not surprised...
  3. It's not the same opening as before - it's a new...

    It's not the same opening as before - it's a new one. I'm surprised there aren't more people here applying. Though I guess they might be and just not posting about it :-)
  4. It would be nice, but it would also be nice if...

    It would be nice, but it would also be nice if design companies gave all their CAD files away and Microsoft released their Office source code under a Free licence. Shared source is about the best you...
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    They are two projects, but PC-BSD is FreeBSD with...

    They are two projects, but PC-BSD is FreeBSD with some extra goop to make it easy to use as a desktop, a lot of the developers of PC-BSD are also FreeBSD developers, and the company that develops...
  6. It isn't necessary to compile the base system, a...

    It isn't necessary to compile the base system, a patch for -release is already on www.openbsd.org/errata55.html and it only requires rebuilding libssl (and FTP).

    Updating to -stable would require...
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    They do intend for the end result to be portable,...

    They do intend for the end result to be portable, but they want the code that makes it portable to be added to a clean, stable base, rather than added now when it's still undergoing massive changes....
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    The trouble is that whilst looking through...

    The trouble is that whilst looking through they've found lots of other unpleasant stuff. I agree that standardising on an implementation has huge benefits, but if that's done at the cost of...
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    1) They use CVS because they like it. I don't...

    1) They use CVS because they like it. I don't know why, but I doubt it really matters.

    2) They are removing all OS support so that they can get it down to a lean, core library that they are happy...
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    You'd probably be better off asking on the...

    You'd probably be better off asking on the mesa-dev mailing list. Not that there aren't a reasonable number of people here who know their stuff, but the number is larger on mesa-dev.
  11. It's not just support that's different between...

    It's not just support that's different between the free and subsciption-based SDK. New features (like Physically-Based Shading) will only be available to subscribers, the free SDK won't get them...
  12. Crytek has anounced a $9.90/developer licensing...

    Crytek has anounced a $9.90/developer licensing scheme that doesn't include any royalties. There aren't any other details just yet, but the press release is here.

    I guess they'll be releasing...
  13. From http://www.raspberrypi.org/: ...

    From http://www.raspberrypi.org/:






    Because then he would have needed to provide instructions on setting up the emulator for various operating systems. I imagine most people can run a...
  14. He's perfectly smart enough, but chose to write...

    He's perfectly smart enough, but chose to write one set of instructions so that everybody with a Pi could do it, rather than writing several sets of instructions for cross-compiling depending on...
  15. Good point, I assumed that the OP intended to...

    Good point, I assumed that the OP intended to have 3D graphics but have the game played in two. That being said, I do like the idea of using cryengine to produce a game with like Thomas Was Alone, if...
  16. A lot of games use a 3D engine for a 2D game -...

    A lot of games use a 3D engine for a 2D game - Trine being one particularly prominent example. That being said, if you're unsure then drop them an email and explain your situation, it may fall into...
  17. Two separate ones ;-)

    Two separate ones ;-)
  18. Run glxinfo | grep OpenGL and it will print...

    Run
    glxinfo | grep OpenGL and it will print some information about your maximum supported version of OpenGL, even if software rendering is used it shouldn't be 1.4.
  19. Microcode is a binary that doesn't run on the...

    Microcode is a binary that doesn't run on the system's CPU, your computer just dumps it straight onto the hardware. The hardware then executes it.

    Some hardware has the microcode permanently...
  20. I don't have any Nvidia GPUs/SoCs, but I'm happy...

    I don't have any Nvidia GPUs/SoCs, but I'm happy to see this.

    Even if it doesn't do a huge amount at the moment, it will surely save the Nouveau developers some time and headaches.
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