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    If the block sizes needs to be bigger then the...

    If the block sizes needs to be bigger then the 8mb the LZ4 file format specify as allowed in order for the exploit to work, why is this even considered a bug?

    I could just as well say every...
  2. No. The issue of safety is moot since Java was...

    No. The issue of safety is moot since Java was advocated and made successful because of it's relative safety when compared to C++ and C where Ada failed despite being better performing at the time....
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    Have you looked at that clientele? They just...

    Have you looked at that clientele? They just bought themselves a working-relationship/foothold with some serious heavy-weight customers and absorbed a competitor to their core business product line.
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    Maynard, as in Maynard James Keenan? Well, for...

    Maynard, as in Maynard James Keenan? Well, for Yet Another Wayland Desktop Shell™ news piece, you got my attention...
    If nothing else, I salute you for your choice of a name.
    Well done Sir.
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    Default init?

    Seriously not trying to start a holy war here, just asking, What's the default init it comes with?
  6. Oh, I see what you're saying. Then, still No. :D...

    Oh, I see what you're saying. Then, still No. :D There will never be a generic-fit-all graphics driver. At most the target APIs would get cleaned up and will be easier to work with which might...
  7. If you're referring to xorg sessions then xrandr...

    If you're referring to xorg sessions then xrandr should just work.

    However, and I'm just guessing here, you have an nVidia GPU, right? Maybe trying to sort out GRUB's resolution? Plymouth...
  8. Good to hear they're enjoying Golang. From...

    Good to hear they're enjoying Golang. From first-hand experience, I find Go delightful server-side, but I always wondered what the more GUIs\Apps inclined were thinking... So far so good :)
  9. Most of the current mobile and discrete GPU tech...

    Most of the current mobile and discrete GPU tech is a dead-end in 3-5 years anyhow so I fail to see the relevance ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsFure2h17A ).
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    You know, I own one myself; Model B revision...

    You know, I own one myself; Model B revision 000f. Works fine for me. Mind you I did buy an extra 5$ breakout cable\board for my breadboard since I was fresh out of jumper wires... And I don't use...
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    The RasPis are still on top in the same niche...

    The RasPis are still on top in the same niche they filled when they first came out. Low-powered, general-purpose mid-performance embedded dev board.

    You can find better boards for specific...
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    This is a cheap ARMv7 embedded development board....

    This is a cheap ARMv7 embedded development board. I suppose I would have been disappointed too if I were going into it looking for a mini PC.

    The reason you have so many single core boards despite...
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    Oh... I figured Bell Labs will be maintaining an...

    Oh... I figured Bell Labs will be maintaining an official GPL branch along side the LPL one while requiring non-driver changes to be submitted as LPL if people want those upstreamed.
    Hasn't occurred...
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    So? As long as it's well written, working and...

    So? As long as it's well written, working and won't get you sued, why should you care if the LPL version doesn't come with the driver bundled? It's still the Lab's version you're contributing to so...
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    How about the other way around? Now that Plan9 is...

    How about the other way around? Now that Plan9 is available as GPL, you could port drivers from the linux kernel.
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    My question was directed at Akaros rather than...

    My question was directed at Akaros rather than Plan9: Why would Berkeley choose to release a project not under "Berkeley Software Distribution" (BSD)? My theory was that they are forking \ relying on...
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    Weird how Berkeley is choosing GPL over BSD......

    Weird how Berkeley is choosing GPL over BSD... Maybe it's a fork of a fork?

    No matter, these days any Plan9 news is good news :)
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    So soon? I thought they'd at least wait a few...

    So soon? I thought they'd at least wait a few more months before making it official. I guess they're more committed to their corporate clients than I thought.

    Canonical may survive yet...
  19. First off, WebODF is open source...

    First off, WebODF is open source (https://gitorious.org/webodf/ https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/webodf/) and works off-line.

    Secondly, I suppose as a matter of policy, releasing as...
  20. Or a PDF viewer... Or a web browser... Just...

    Or a PDF viewer... Or a web browser...

    Just install LibreOffice. It's free and open source as I'm sure you know.

    Alternatively, You can use Google Docs, a Firefox Extension, or one of the many...
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