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  1. Yeah, that's the problem. There's either the...

    Yeah, that's the problem. There's either the monsters that are Chrome and Firefox, or the lightweights that often can't handle what is today considered a "basic web page". Is it really not possible...
  2. Netsurf (http://www.netsurf-browser.org/). I'm...

    Netsurf. I'm not aware of it having any particular focus on security, but it is basically what you describe. All its components (HTML engine, CSS parsing, ...) are separate libraries.
  3. There's some Intel names in this bug. But it's...

    There's some Intel names in this bug. But it's marked fixed, as is another bug linked from this one. However, there's this: https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=82880. Comment 7 describes a...
  4. If it's knows that several devices don't work,...

    If it's knows that several devices don't work, that of course is a problem. What is Intel saying about it? By that I mean can you provide any relevant links to bugzilla or mailing list discussions or...
  5. Support for Bay Trail has been there since...

    Support for Bay Trail has been there since forever. I have a Bay Trail-M netbook (Celeron N2806), works great. Then there's a thread at the Arch forums about the Asus X205TA which uses Bay Trail-T...
  6. It's been 4 months since the last...

    It's been 4 months since the last xf86-video-intel release. It doesn't really matter what the next one will be called, 2.99.218 or 3.0, but a new release would be nice.

    Maybe pull a Linus and bump...
  7. Wait what? How did you get from "And the whole...

    Wait what? How did you get from "And the whole communities around the kernel and every piece of userspace software" to "Communities of closed source driver developers"??

    Your train of thought is...
  8. When it comes to graphics, sure. Other areas, not...

    When it comes to graphics, sure. Other areas, not so much, except individual pieces of hardware (like certain Broadcom wifi only having a closed driver, while other Broadcom wifi works well with open...
  9. Umm, why? This argument never makes sense, so for...

    Umm, why? This argument never makes sense, so for once I'd like someone to explain the train of thought behind it. Why would someone be served better by Windows when they don't mind using a closed...
  10. This...

    This commit adds PCI-IDs for Iceland, Tonga and Carrizo. Tonga is the R9 285, Carrizo are APUs, so I'd say Iceland are the new R9 3xx cards (those who aren't a rebrand of older generations).

    Edit:...
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    I didn't explicitly mention vp9, that's true. But...

    I didn't explicitly mention vp9, that's true. But I did mention vp8 was crap years ago and now it's not, so you could infer that I expect all encoders to get better with time, including vp9....
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    First, the profiles are not directly mappable....

    First, the profiles are not directly mappable. Second, x265 is already helluva slow, using a more aggressive setting would slow it down even more. Third, I did the same with vpx - weaker settings...
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    If you want to play academics, you can do so. I...

    If you want to play academics, you can do so. I want to see what the codecs currently available can do with with real-world(tm) videos.

    Not sure where pirates enter into this, they won't be...
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    Encoding tests should be done on videos people...

    Encoding tests should be done on videos people will actually encode. Which means DVDs and Blu-rays, and camera recordings. Clean sources such as Big Buck Bunny are the exception, not the norm.
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    Oops. I took that snapshot with mplayer2, because...

    Oops. I took that snapshot with mplayer2, because it did a better job seeking in a raw m4v stream, while the others were done with mpv. mplayer2 is screwy, its snapshots look different from how they...
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    For kicks, I encoded with xvid and theora. ...

    For kicks, I encoded with xvid and theora.

    Settings:

    xvid:
    xvid_encraw -type 0 -csp i420 -framerate 25 -w 720 -h 576 -pass1 -turbo -qtype 1 -metric 1 -masking 2 -par 64:45 -nopacked -progress...
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    Really? Unless imgur converted them, they're...

    Really?

    Unless imgur converted them, they're png. And I just now saw the jpg extension, so indeed imgur converted them.

    Let me re-upload to a different host...

    original:...
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    First thing, omfg is the i3-530 slow. Can't wait...

    First thing, omfg is the i3-530 slow. Can't wait until I'm back at my Haswell i5-4570S. Not only is that one a true quad-core, it also has AVX2! That should provide a very nice performance increase....
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    No way. They've only now started working on...

    No way. They've only now started working on psychovisual enhancements, whereas x264 has had them for many years, and has tuned them into oblivion.

    Sorry, but no. When it comes to decoding ffvp9 is...
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    Meh, Masturbating Money is not new, it's been...

    Meh, Masturbating Money is not new, it's been used for a long time already when making fun of Ubuntu.

    On codenames in general, the only area where I use those is Intel CPUs and GPUs. Here names...
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