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  1. Hah, indeed. i7 + 12gb ram + VS ultimate 2010 and...

    Hah, indeed. i7 + 12gb ram + VS ultimate 2010 and it still took over 30s to cold start.
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    This. The change from percentages to individual...

    This. The change from percentages to individual px in every element again made the text too large, and broke my usercss that made it readable-sized again. Having to override every element...
  3. And why would that be an issue? All well-made...

    And why would that be an issue? All well-made batteries can stand that.
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    "When MS does apps for Linux, it means I've won"...

    "When MS does apps for Linux, it means I've won"

    Linus T.
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    It might be possible with just the sound system...

    It might be possible with just the sound system in either case, but writing an app to do that would be really simple. I wouldn't recommend Java for latency-sensitive work though, the JVM prioritizes...
  6. I know people both in murica and Finland working...

    I know people both in murica and Finland working on Intel foss.
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    Hiring 1 coreboot dev from that 120 million...

    Hiring 1 coreboot dev from that 120 million profit -> oh no, 119.9 million profit.
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    Everything works, and is faster than before. I...

    Everything works, and is faster than before. I see you're not using cloudflare anymore, yet both the site and forums are now faster.

    Cloudflare, that's pretty bad when your main point is faster...
  9. /me is glad I jumped from Opera in November.

    /me is glad I jumped from Opera in November.
  10. The way you wrote, the disk would be full...

    The way you wrote, the disk would be full constantly, so any write would trigger a removal of a snapshot, then a new snapshot would be written as space freed, ad infinitum.
  11. @smitty3268 They are not changing the soname...

    @smitty3268

    They are not changing the soname with GCC 5 libstdc++.
  12. I shudder to think how the perf would be if the...

    I shudder to think how the perf would be if the disk was constantly writing and erasing snapshots. IO pauses every second.
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    The radeon firmware is completely different from...

    The radeon firmware is completely different from this, a generated ATOM table wouldn't let you have 3d on Trisquel.
  14. Way to not read the thread.

    Way to not read the thread.
  15. Fifth is 7mb compressed (as a normal build, ie...

    Fifth is 7mb compressed (as a normal build, ie dynamic icu etc), yet it supports (almost) every web page that works in webkit. It will likely be even smaller with GCC 5.1's new function merging and...
  16. Eh, I was pissed enough that I wrote my own...

    Eh, I was pissed enough that I wrote my own browser, and regularly complain about badly made web pages. Systemd in comparison already had a perfectly working alternative, but it's also pushed in ways...
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    http://www.design-reuse.com/news/37165/arm-q1-2015...

    http://www.design-reuse.com/news/37165/arm-q1-2015-financial-results.html

    They made 120 million dollars profit in Q1. Totally not a rich company.
  18. There's something to be said about a software's...

    There's something to be said about a software's bloat when it's too bloated for Debian and Fedora. 8GB required for linking.
  19. Uh, by my count there were more regressions than...

    Uh, by my count there were more regressions than improvements, with only the synthetic gputest improving significantly. This is backwards, Intel.
  20. Hah.. "Laptop battery ran out, no matter, I only...

    Hah.. "Laptop battery ran out, no matter, I only carry it to scribble physically on it anyway"
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