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  • kravemir
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    Originally posted by uid313 View Post
    Intel improving the performance with code from the AMD compiler, that is beautiful!

    Imagine there is no proprietary software,
    It isn't hard to do
    Nothing to reverse engineer or decompile,
    And no blobs, too

    Imagine all the developers
    Writing code in peace

    You, you may say I'm a dreamer
    But I'm not the only one
    I hope someday you'll join us
    And the source will be as one

    Imagine no proprietary code
    I wonder if you can
    No need for blobs or reverse engineering
    A brotherhood of code
    Imagine all the developers
    Sharing all the code... You...

    You may say I'm a dreamer
    But I'm not the only one
    I hope someday you'll join us
    And the source will live as one
    You're not dreamer, but naive,... Being in peace with others doesn't take energy, but instead it saves energy, which would otherwise go to effort of being an asshole,...

    Software development costs time and energy,... And, that just needs money. And, not everything is ready to be open-source at project's beginning. However, open-source base technologies and api(s) can have symbiosis effect. Though, open-source specific solutions (games, image processing effects/filters,...) would just waste all the money put into (research and) development. As, it's then easy to steal it, without any effort,...

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  • uid313
    replied
    Intel improving the performance with code from the AMD compiler, that is beautiful!

    Imagine there is no proprietary software,
    It isn't hard to do
    Nothing to reverse engineer or decompile,
    And no blobs, too

    Imagine all the developers
    Writing code in peace

    You, you may say I'm a dreamer
    But I'm not the only one
    I hope someday you'll join us
    And the source will be as one

    Imagine no proprietary code
    I wonder if you can
    No need for blobs or reverse engineering
    A brotherhood of code
    Imagine all the developers
    Sharing all the code... You...

    You may say I'm a dreamer
    But I'm not the only one
    I hope someday you'll join us
    And the source will live as one

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  • andre30correia
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    Originally posted by StandaSK View Post

    Yes (I believe) and yes.

    But neither radv or ACO are developed by AMD, so technically, this isn't "Intel stealing from AMD", but rather "Intel benefitting from the community's hard work".
    Last time I check ACO its a paid job from Valve, not a community effort, the devs are paid for that they simply maintain the code open nothing more

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  • darkbasic
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    Originally posted by ms178 View Post
    Come on guys, open source is about collaboration which implies benefiting from the work of others.
    Exactly, I hope they will both keep re-using as much code as possible. This is what open source is about, please stop spreading hate.

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  • ms178
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    Come on guys, open source is about collaboration which implies benefiting from the work of others.

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  • treba
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    Originally posted by StandaSK View Post

    Yes (I believe) and yes.

    But neither radv or ACO are developed by AMD, so technically, this isn't "Intel stealing from AMD", but rather "Intel benefitting from the community's hard work".
    And the whole community benefits from reciprocal adoption of good code - open source at its finest, as it looks to me

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  • StandaSK
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    Originally posted by treba View Post

    Erm...hasn't amd adopted nir from intel? And radv is also based on anv, no?
    Yes (I believe) and yes.

    But neither radv or ACO are developed by AMD, so technically, this isn't "Intel stealing from AMD", but rather "Intel benefitting from the community's hard work".

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  • RamaSpaceShip
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    Originally posted by ddriver View Post
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    As far as I know, ACO is Valve's code, not Amd's

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  • treba
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    Originally posted by ddriver View Post
    Same old intel, does everything it can to prevent amd from doing their own contributions or god forbid, port intel contributions to benefit amd systems, but has no problem to borrow amd contributions to benefit intel systems... abhorrent...
    Erm...hasn't amd adopted nir from intel? And radv is also based on anv, no?

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  • Volta
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    Originally posted by ddriver View Post
    Same old intel, does everything it can to prevent amd from doing their own contributions or god forbid, port intel contributions to benefit amd systems, but has no problem to borrow amd contributions to benefit intel systems... abhorrent...
    Intel's leeches, but in this case Open Source users benefit.

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