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  1. The important difference is Palestinians afaik...

    The important difference is Palestinians afaik aren't prevented from leaving but more encouraged to do it. Hence more about imperialistic colonization, less about concentration camps.
  2. Debug binaries?

    Debug binaries?
  3. I wonder if it even has TCO yet. Not really worth...

    I wonder if it even has TCO yet. Not really worth using if it doesn't
  4. My hunch is they only lock down DRM

    My hunch is they only lock down DRM
  5. As long as the API's aren't prone to changes, I...

    As long as the API's aren't prone to changes, I don't see what's the problem with all of them being supported as G3D state trackers
  6. Seems to me loadability is Stallman's main...

    Seems to me loadability is Stallman's main concern and I just came up with a theory why: If you think maybe microcode on ROM stops being software and becomes hardware, it does not violate principles...
  7. He's probably just confusing "not distributing"...

    He's probably just confusing "not distributing" with "not having installed by default". The latter has been a real problem with live cd's
  8. Okay, so ucode is an anglistic way to miswrite...

    Okay, so ucode is an anglistic way to miswrite Greek symbol for micro as in microcode. Good to know for future reference
  9. You know what you can do if you want freedom in...

    You know what you can do if you want freedom in commerce? Vote with your wallet. You might end up having very little but at least what you have is free. Then again, if everyone votes with their...
  10. Okay, I haven't ever seen those but trusting you...

    Okay, I haven't ever seen those but trusting you on this one. Will dig up more info on uCode file format before continuing on this one.
  11. That's about politics, not commerce. Look, it's...

    That's about politics, not commerce. Look, it's plain simple: The vendor must make it hard for you as end-user to use product against as defined in warranty, otherwise they may open up a venue for...
  12. A CPU's firmware typically can't trivially be...

    A CPU's firmware typically can't trivially be replaced though. Waiting for an open source CPU
  13. I doubt even that. Exposing the deficiencies most...

    I doubt even that. Exposing the deficiencies most likely voids warranty
  14. Historically it has been that broken (during...

    Historically it has been that broken (during manufacturing) chips get "crippled" by firmware and sold such that the remaining functionally constitutes a different functional selling than the...
  15. Wait a bit and it will likely go away completely....

    Wait a bit and it will likely go away completely. It's after all only the X11 component of the open source AMD/ATi hardware driver stack and even as such may end up replaced by a more generic driver...
  16. Code over ten years old is likely poorly reviewed...

    Code over ten years old is likely poorly reviewed whether opensource or not. Industry requirements are on average fairly high these days
  17. Looks like someone *again* forgot home gamers...

    Looks like someone *again* forgot home gamers aren't the main target group of fglrx
  18. I really wish this debate that's obviously going...

    I really wish this debate that's obviously going nowhere wouldn't always fill Phoronix activity feed
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    There's been a lot of debate on this and iirc it...

    There's been a lot of debate on this and iirc it resulted mainly in that whether or not you get tearing is based on luck with regards to GPU etc and whether your eyes just happen to pick it up
  20. Typically it's developers to managers to...

    Typically it's developers to managers to marketing to managers in other company to developers in other company unless there's subcontracting or something else special in place to allow direct...
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