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  1. They're proving that not only are they aware of...

    They're proving that not only are they aware of the infringement, they are actively taking steps to hide the evidence. If it ever does go to court, that's grounds for increased punitive damages. Not...
  2. Serves me right for not reading the link. If...

    Serves me right for not reading the link. If accurate, that's a complete joke. So much for FreeSync, even the "new" stuff is too old to support it even though the old 7790 does. Not happy that I...
  3. If they are rebrands, they'll be GCN 1.2 which...

    If they are rebrands, they'll be GCN 1.2 which isn't really supported yet.
  4. Not in this case. LGPL requires that you don't...

    Not in this case. LGPL requires that you don't modify it (or provide source for the modifications), and they're clearly modifying it in the obfuscation process at the very least. I think there are...
  5. You never actually said what the actual problem...

    You never actually said what the actual problem was. Putty (or whatever SSH client you prefer) works just fine on Windows. Simply running SSH from a Windows client won't break a Linux server.
  6. Except you also missed the other typo where you...

    Except you also missed the other typo where you replaced Mesa with OpenGL 4.0.
  7. Basic editing please

    Title says five years, article's first sentence says four years then contradicts itself claiming 2010 as the origin.

    Edit: Another glaring mistake - "For about a year now OpenGL 4.0 has seemed...
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    It's already pointless in the sense that...

    It's already pointless in the sense that DirectCompute gives pretty good access to the GPU to implement physics. It's not pointless however in that it's an existing library that gives accelerated...
  9. Current status?

    I'd like to know if there's any documentation or blog posts etc regarding the current state of RAID 5/6 in btrfs. I'd like to use it but have been avoiding it until it's "ready".
  10. You've missed the point of Secure Boot. It's...

    You've missed the point of Secure Boot. It's still the AVs responsibility (as well as the user) for preventing malware from entering the system. The point of Secure Boot is to prevent malware hiding...
  11. I thought they couldn't come to a consensus on...

    I thought they couldn't come to a consensus on that vote, which is why Devuan forked.
  12. The patches have already been developed. The Wine...

    The patches have already been developed. The Wine developers just don't want to accept them.
  13. I agree, yet I see this kind of thing all the...

    I agree, yet I see this kind of thing all the time. The software vendors usually prefer sticking up a dialog saying "your hardware is not currently supported" rather than having the app crash in...
  14. How will that help? Doesn't work with Intel,...

    How will that help? Doesn't work with Intel, since Intel doesn't use Gallium. I doubt they're going to port to an experimental Direct3D 9 implementation on Linux just to work around potential driver...
  15. What do they mean by "drop support"? They'll...

    What do they mean by "drop support"? They'll prevent the game from running, or they'll just ignore bug reports when the driver is Intel or AMD? If the former, then we've just lost a reproducible test...
  16. BenQ E2220HD. It's not fast, however it doesn't...

    BenQ E2220HD. It's not fast, however it doesn't feel significantly slower than most monitors I've used lately.
  17. I don't know what UEFI systems you use, but my...

    I don't know what UEFI systems you use, but my one boots faster than my monitor.
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    DirectX, being COM based, (indirectly) builds on...

    DirectX, being COM based, (indirectly) builds on top of Win32. WinRT also builds on top of Win32. They alluded to that on the Building Windows 8 blog.
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    I'm pretty sure he's the developer of the clean...

    I'm pretty sure he's the developer of the clean room Lima/Mali driver...

    Edit: And not American
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    Huh, I wasn't aware they were still using them....

    Huh, I wasn't aware they were still using them. At least some of the Atoms use Intel graphics, I guess I just assumed they did that across the line.
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