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  1. I admire your commitment to testing the Linux...

    I admire your commitment to testing the Linux kernel. Some people say, your approaches were unscientific and testing was done too vague. However, I think you are doing it exactly the right way:...
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    0 A.D. has reached the goal of 3.000 US$. ...

    0 A.D. has reached the goal of 3.000 US$.

    Also: today the fourth alpha has been released.
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    Some help for 0 A.D.?

    When scrolling down on the 0 A.D. website, you can find a small hint that they are currently collecting donations to pay one developer for one month, so the game development will be sped up. The goal...
  4. Thank you for your quick response. I guess this...

    Thank you for your quick response. I guess this means raknet is just non-free (as in speech). I guess I will have to live with it.
  5. The code seems to be completely FLOSS, including...

    The code seems to be completely FLOSS, including all dependencies with one exception: raknet. Am I overlooking something about raknet and there is a FLOSS license for it?

    And under what license is...
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    +1 Same thing with Warzone2100.

    +1

    Same thing with Warzone2100.
  7. Sorry, forgot that in the first post. An example...

    Sorry, forgot that in the first post. An example is:


    allintext:"Luc Verhagen" novell
  8. Do not use Google for searching Phoronix - it's broken.

    Things like this



    make it impossible to search Phoronix efficiently. (No, I am not a computer virus)
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    I see… that's a different impression than I had...

    I see… that's a different impression than I had and explains pretty much. I thought it was meant as "7.5 will be released as planned, but instead of 7.6 being a stable follower of 7.5, this will be...
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    It began with this: in a Phoronix article...

    It began with this:



    in a Phoronix article back in April: Gallium3D-Capable Mesa 7.5 Release This Week!
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    I have no doubt about that. But IMO it is better...

    I have no doubt about that. But IMO it is better not to make promises (publish schedules) that can not be kept. :)
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    I try my best, collecting any information that...

    I try my best, collecting any information that might be useful. Bringing a problem down to a *really* simple testcase is usually too hard for me, because I do not know enough about X.org and time is...
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    To come to the point immediately: it is all about...

    To come to the point immediately: it is all about bad press. I understand that release schedules cannot always be kept and I think it is better to postpone a release than to enforce it in a broken...
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    What are the Mesa developers doing there? There...

    What are the Mesa developers doing there? There is no problem if they take the time they need for developing. But announcing something similar to "it will be out in three days" and after three months...
  15. Hurray! There is a new release of Mesa3D. Oh,...

    Hurray! There is a new release of Mesa3D. Oh, wait a minute. It's a 7.4.3…
  16. If you have found out how to use Gallium3D,...

    If you have found out how to use Gallium3D, please drop a line here. :)
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    gcc 4.4.0 is out

    Will Phoronix present us some benchmarks? Like e. g. gcc 3.4.6 vs. gcc 4.2.4 vs gcc 4.3.3 vs gcc 4.4.0? Or Maybe against ICC 9 or ICC 11?
  18. Any news here? When looking on www.mesa3d.org, I...

    Any news here? When looking on www.mesa3d.org, I still see 7.4 as the latest release. What is going on?
  19. This policy really should be thought over. There...

    This policy really should be thought over. There are open P2 regressions that appeared in 3.x and since then have been postponed again and again with each release.
  20. You must be kidding. The gcc 4.4.0 branch has...

    You must be kidding. The gcc 4.4.0 branch has still 78 "serious" regressions open. (+other bugs, +P4/P5 regressions and other bugs)
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