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  1. There is no point (anymore). LO has the bigger...

    There is no point (anymore). LO has the bigger community *and* more industry support. I don't mind OO.o getting packaged again, but personally I would have left it to die long ago.
  2. You're right in that performance for some parts...

    You're right in that performance for some parts of a game may not matter much, but there's another factor I'd left implicit: portability. Python is not a very portable platform if you have to deal...
  3. The short answer is probably yes, but let me...

    The short answer is probably yes, but let me clarify:
    First and foremost, it is important to realise that there is not one Lisp-language like there is Java, C++ or C. There are many dialects, and...
  4. So basically Miguel is talking about programming...

    So basically Miguel is talking about programming power. Not in the Turing-completeness sense, but more in terms of programming "convenience", thereby saving time and effort.
    If you're gonna do...
  5. I just have one burning question: What took 'em...

    I just have one burning question: What took 'em so damn long?
    What is so inherently difficult about MT that the X.org support was delayed for so long while even now the support "is not yet perfect"?
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    Java 7 is too little, too late. If you want a big...

    Java 7 is too little, too late. If you want a big boost in productivity, use Lisp.
    If you want a boost in productivity and are bound to the Java platform, use scala or possibly clojure.
    /flame
  7. I'm kinda grateful for Canonical's hands-off...

    I'm kinda grateful for Canonical's hands-off approach w.r.t. KDE because, If I look at Unity, that kind of useability and stability help in the KDE enironment I can do without.

    I have no doubt...
  8. Sure it's possible. Do all your work in the...

    Sure it's possible. Do all your work in the European Union. They don't have the retarded concept of software patents.
  9. Meh

    Meh, if it had been for the Galaxy S I might've become excited on a personal level, not to mention the fact it would almost certainly reach more people.
    But the Spica is just a horrible little...
  10. If this were to really happen I'd pull a...

    If this were to really happen I'd pull a McDonald's: I'd be loving it.
    It annoys me to no end to have to reinstall every 6 months if I want to update. In fact, I've been thinking about moving away...
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    The latency for loading phoronix seems to have...

    The latency for loading phoronix seems to have gone down considerably. The site's flying now, and I like it!
  12. The rendering looks beautiful :)

    The rendering looks beautiful :)
  13. If it truly is an optimization, then it will...

    If it truly is an optimization, then it will increase performance, while retaining the same amount of GL-enabled compatibility.

    So the article truly is talking about the r300g driver then? I...
  14. While you're right about VDPAU, I think OpenGL 4...

    While you're right about VDPAU, I think OpenGL 4 support is mostly for the CADdy's out there.
  15. I'm guessing it's because it's X.org (as in, not...

    I'm guessing it's because it's X.org (as in, not wayland).
  16. Even if Wayland becomes sort of a defacto...

    Even if Wayland becomes sort of a defacto standard on Linux desktops and nVidia *still* decides not to support it, I don't really see the problem: nvidia blob users will keep on using X.org and...
  17. I'm not a troll. If Gnash ever becomes ready for...

    I'm not a troll. If Gnash ever becomes ready for daily use (and Flash is still relevant) I'll happily use it, unless Lightspark beats it there of course. That said, it, hasn't reached that level of...
  18. Not at all, It's just interesting that, judging...

    Not at all, It's just interesting that, judging by development rate, the gnash developers clearly don't see their project as of essential importance, while the lightspark developer(s) does see it as...
  19. Is it just me or is Lightspark seeing a lot more...

    Is it just me or is Lightspark seeing a lot more maintenance and a much higher development rate than gnash/other free flash software?
  20. One thing that's always bothered me about...

    One thing that's always bothered me about Canonical's distro's is that dist-upgrades don't always go the way they should. The consequence is that I have to do a reinstall every 6 months if I want to...
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