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  1. So far Valve has failed to demonstrate why gaming...

    So far Valve has failed to demonstrate why gaming on Linux / SteamOS is preferable to Windows. And in fact experience currently bears out that it is actually substandard in terms of performance and...
  2. It's hard to know the mind of Valve because...

    It's hard to know the mind of Valve because they're notoriously bad at communicating, not to mention slow at producing anything. So you get conflicting signals. On the one hand they'll release a...
  3. So basically the opposite of everything that was...

    So basically the opposite of everything that was promised (and subsequently parroted gleefully by all the talking heads in the tech media) about ART.

    I mean Google was promising...
  4. Remember the days when everyone ran their PCs as...

    Remember the days when everyone ran their PCs as one, single, root-equivalent user? And now you have a bug that can crash an application and maybe get root access and it's considered a critical...
  5. So is DirectFB.

    So is DirectFB.
  6. They don't seem too enthused yet. ...

    They don't seem too enthused yet.

    http://youtu.be/gWaG9hOvNn0?t=31m32s
  7. After all these years of development just imagine...

    After all these years of development just imagine how much legacy code and cruft Wayland has taken on.

    I think we're due to replace Wayland with something newer.
  8. Wayland, like BTRFS, is just around the corner.

    Wayland, like BTRFS, is just around the corner.
  9. The illumos kernel actually has quite a few...

    The illumos kernel actually has quite a few companies behind its development, and many of the initial Solaris developers are working at those companies, so it's surprisingly active.
  10. The irony here is that Civiliation: Beyond Earth...

    The irony here is that Civiliation: Beyond Earth is an AMD Never Settle / Gaming Evolved title. "Plays best on AMD Radeon.*"


    (* on Windows)
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    No, it's nothing like blaming the rape victim. ...

    No, it's nothing like blaming the rape victim. Apple is typically singled out as a leader of the practice, and because they basically make so much cash that they show themselves to be the stingy...
  12. Well both old and new compiz have had bugs,...

    Well both old and new compiz have had bugs, that's for sure. But I've never really found it to be as bad as many say. At least when it crashes it gets reloaded now.

    But my answers to your...
  13. inb4 "50% fps is good enough!" comments

    inb4 "50% fps is good enough!" comments
  14. Does anyone feel ready to innovate after this...

    Does anyone feel ready to innovate after this news?
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    When you want to destroy something and you...

    When you want to destroy something and you recognize that you have a chisel in-hand, what do you do? Hammer it in harder and harder of course. Just keep pushing it. A chisel divides, after all.
    ...
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    I see this a lot. Why would you want to have...

    I see this a lot. Why would you want to have that many "tabs" open?
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    A useless browser for a useless distro. Sounds...

    A useless browser for a useless distro. Sounds about right.
  18. Are you saying that if Flash isn't installed all...

    Are you saying that if Flash isn't installed all those silly ads go away?
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    64-bit ARM Chromebook incoming? Maybe I'll...

    64-bit ARM Chromebook incoming?

    Maybe I'll finally take the plunge into Chromebooks. It'd be my first "laptop" ever.
  20. I wasn't smug. I was just stating a fact.

    I wasn't smug. I was just stating a fact.
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