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  1. The name of the project lead is Michael Mrozek...

    The name of the project lead is Michael Mrozek (not Mozrek).

    As to the target audience of the Pyra, I believe I am it, and there is not as much overlap as you might think.

    I have a Pandora, so...
  2. I was wondering why nobody had mentioned NoSquint...

    I was wondering why nobody had mentioned NoSquint for Firefox either on this article or the previous one until someone finally did.

    I don't have a really high DPI display. For my 15 inch...
  3. Late to the Party

    I was going to point out the difference between Enlightenment and EFL, but I see it's already been done.
  4. I would like to add that another serious...

    I would like to add that another serious shortcoming of the Raspberry Pi seems to be common among most of the very cheap development boards. That is, it lacks good open source drivers for the GPU. ...
  5. I agree that the BeagleBone Black is much better...

    I agree that the BeagleBone Black is much better for hobby electronics (i.e., controlling external devices) than the Raspberry Pi. However, the video capabilities of the BBB are rudimentary at best....
  6. If your try to transfer files between your SD...

    If your try to transfer files between your SD card and a USB device on the Raspberry Pi, the bottleneck will be SD interface performance, not USB performance. There is really no point in using a...
  7. I use Xfce a lot (I also sometimes use Fluxbox,...

    I use Xfce a lot (I also sometimes use Fluxbox, IceWM, Openbox, and LXDE). I like it quite well generally. My biggest problem with it right now is that the built-in compositing doesn't work very...
  8. For the most part I have plenty of newer games...

    For the most part I have plenty of newer games with a native Linux version. Thanks to Humble Indie Bundle and other sources I end up with more games than I can keep up with. Wine is something I...
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    I Stream Youtube from Chromium in Linux

    "...it's a little gadget I continue to find extremely useful, albeit forced to use it from Android or Chrome on OS X for streaming to televisions in the office."

    I sometimes use a Chromecast to...
  10. I would think that the biggest obstacle is...

    I would think that the biggest obstacle is actually the fact that so many people use Microsoft Office and documents need to be exchanged with that majority of users. Microsoft actively works to make...
  11. Each Has a Downside for Debian

    I think that this decision would be much easier for Debian to reach if each system didn't have a significant downside for their project. Systemd is very tied in to the Linux kernel, while Debian...
  12. Yes, the remarks puzzled me as well. If anything...

    Yes, the remarks puzzled me as well. If anything the lower your pixel density, the less AA you need. The need for anti-aliasing is created by displaying objects at a higher resolution than they are...
  13. If you happen to have a full duplex sound card or...

    If you happen to have a full duplex sound card or two sound cards (perhaps one of them being a USB or firewire card) you might even be able to use this technique on the same computer with much less...
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    Well, one thing is that mplayer, mplayer2, mpv,...

    Well, one thing is that mplayer, mplayer2, mpv, and for that matter xine are all much lighter weight than VLC. This is true even if you use a third party GUI like SMPlayer to drive mplayer or...
  15. The fact that some people actually need it to say...

    The fact that some people actually need it to say "DO NOT USE IN OVEN" on the bottom of plastic dishes makes me hesitant to make posts like Mark's.
  16. Seems a Bit Expensive

    I think that I could reproduce what this provides at a much lower price. Of course, as has been mentionded several times, a Chromebook with Coreboot could also be converted to an entirely free Linux...
  17. Until your posts stop consisting entirely of...

    Until your posts stop consisting entirely of strawmen, it will be hard to take them seriously.
  18. It's quite possible that someone would have a new...

    It's quite possible that someone would have a new Haswell based laptop with Iris graphics that wants to try dual booting Steam OS or booting it from a USB drive just to try it out. It's also...
  19. Software updates are far from painless. Also I...

    Software updates are far from painless. Also I just manually installed the latest video card driver on my brother's Windows 7 machine for him since it wasn't up to date along with updating some...
  20. Well, I don't recall seeing anyone claim 24%. ...

    Well, I don't recall seeing anyone claim 24%. Still, the percentage of Steam users on Linux (which may or may not be accurately reflected by Valve's numbers) does not equate to the percentage of...
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