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    And he's paid for doing such logical...

    And he's paid for doing such logical "discoveries"? I wonder if he knows bears shit in the woods..
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    The article above this one is about LLVM, this...

    The article above this one is about LLVM, this one is about btrfs.
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    Link please, the blog doesn't mention this.

    Link please, the blog doesn't mention this.
  4. A subtle form of necrophilia.

    A subtle form of necrophilia.
  5. There was supposed to be created a "clipping and...

    There was supposed to be created a "clipping and scaling" extension according to Pekka Paalanen, is RandR _that_ extension and if not what's the difference.
  6. How much faster? Like 1 to 3%? Or more serious...

    How much faster? Like 1 to 3%? Or more serious improvements that can actually be noticed by the user.
  7. Further patches to networkd will make it even...

    Further patches to networkd will make it even quicker, down to nanoseconds and ultimately to acquire a DHCP lease slightly in the past, but this creates a time paradox where you get the DHCP...
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    One of the reasons is Ubuntu devs are lazy and...

    One of the reasons is Ubuntu devs are lazy and used Python for such a critical piece of shit (shit because the cloud mostly sucks and if it's in the cloud it ain't yours no matter what you think the...
  9. Current smplayer is 0.8.6 on Fedora, the website...

    Current smplayer is 0.8.6 on Fedora, the website says 14.3.
    Regardless the april 1st jokes are always about wasting your time rather than being actually funny.
  10. Eating lots of memory? 1) HTML/JS/CSS were...

    Eating lots of memory?
    1) HTML/JS/CSS were designed with little more than humble web pages in mind.
    2) JS requires 2-10 times more memory than C/C++, cause it's interpreted and cause it doesn't...
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    I'm looking for Gnome to finally have first-class...

    I'm looking for Gnome to finally have first-class Wayland support, thus not interested in 3.12 at all, rather in 3.14.
  12. Wrong. Correct answer is "eats", from "to eat"....

    Wrong. Correct answer is "eats", from "to eat". For example "Dancing potato eats a monkey" (Oscar Wilde, "Fifty shades of grey").
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    Your example has nothing to do with what I said....

    Your example has nothing to do with what I said.

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17103925/how-well-is-unicode-supported-in-c11...
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    Still no usable solution on unicode strings.

    Still no usable solution on unicode strings.
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    @article One could customize the launcher size...

    @article
    One could customize the launcher size before 14.04.
    In Summer 2013 I was using Ubuntu and the option was there.
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    The key question is how much % time resume_noirq...

    The key question is how much % time resume_noirq takes compared to resume as a whole.
  17. British 100%

    British 100%
  18. You mean yourself?

    You mean yourself?
  19. So far only Valve made a difference, The Indie...

    So far only Valve made a difference, The Indie bundles less important and anything else is just irrelevant drama on phoronix.
    Rather pathetic are those Linux devs spending 99.9% of their time...
  20. BSDs are irrelevant, it becomes ever more often...

    BSDs are irrelevant, it becomes ever more often that if an app doesn't compile/run on a Unix OS which is neither Linux or Mac/iOS - take a hike. I never cared if my app runs on any BSD, even my Java...
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