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  1. SDL2.0 has a number of regressions over SDL1.2 ....

    SDL2.0 has a number of regressions over SDL1.2 . For example it is no longer possible to catch Print Screen key presses (e.g. to take screenshots), and the key-repeat functionality only covers...
  2. Quoting because that looks damned interesting....

    Quoting because that looks damned interesting. Look at that! How the hell do they manage to stay so low profile?
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    The Raspberry Pi was never ever about...

    The Raspberry Pi was never ever about performance. It was about 1) being cheap, and 2) building an educational platform on it. Fanboys not required to make moot the 'poor performance' argument.
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    Just to clarify: those numbers are my own...

    Just to clarify: those numbers are my own estimate, based on what code I've seen over the last 12 years.
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    Whatever version comes next, I hope it is going...

    Whatever version comes next, I hope it is going to break compatibility in major ways. For the sake of security.

    As of PHP5, it is nearly impossible to write safe code. Even the smallest language...
  6. Amateur 'reverse engineer' here. There's two...

    Amateur 'reverse engineer' here.

    There's two main ways to reverse engineer stuff. The first is, as mentioned above, to take the software (driver in this case) and decompile it to some meaningful...
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    This is...epic. I hope some of that money will go...

    This is...epic. I hope some of that money will go to the UI overhaul sub-project. The main issue is that studio employees need to stay productive, the learning curve of the UI is to steep right now....
  8. A networking library? Probably because they're...

    A networking library? Probably because they're going to pipe huge amounts of identitifiable or otherwise privacy violating (meta) data in realtime from the headset to NSA^H^H^H Facebook headquarters....
  9. I can only agree with that.

    I can only agree with that.
  10. The HTML5 DRM thing is a very interesting...

    The HTML5 DRM thing is a very interesting experiment, looking forward to see how it turns out. Don't get me wrong, I'm the least in favor of anti-consumer behavior, and Mozilla collaborating. In...
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    My suggestions: overall smaller font * ...

    My suggestions:

    overall smaller font *
    wee bit more whitespace between stories on frontpage (or some seperator) as it all appears like a single big spammy slab
    also seperators/whitespace...
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    Not sure which bothers me more; ads in Firefox or...

    Not sure which bothers me more; ads in Firefox or the idea that someone can still believe in capitalism after the events of the last ~10 years. The former is just 'sigh', the latter is just plain...
  13. Great stuff, in my eyes. VB6 IDE is IMO today...

    Great stuff, in my eyes. VB6 IDE is IMO today still the best GUI builder out there. Despite being outdated, unsupported by all modern OS, closed source, based on a less-than-desirable programming...
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    Or "Kamikaze Kernel"...

    Or "Kamikaze Kernel"...
  15. This is great news. The old 3DLabs GLSLValidator...

    This is great news. The old 3DLabs GLSLValidator library was getting way outdated, most people stopped using it a long time ago.

    The NVdia GLSL compiler is much more lenient compared to ATI/AMD,...
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