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  • Khronos Gears Up For A Busy GDC 2019 With Vulkan, OpenXR

    Phoronix: Khronos Gears Up For A Busy GDC 2019 With Vulkan, OpenXR

    There still is two months to go until the annual Game Developers Conference kicks off in San Francisco while on Wednesday, The Khronos Group published their initial sessions for their developer day during the highly anticipated event...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...Khronos-GDC-19

  • Alfred42
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    Well, I would say "seems unlkely", to indicate that I'm speculating its probability to be low, rather than basing it on strong supporting facts.

    So, I'm not exactly endorsing the phrase "probably unlikely" web-site just trying to share a bit of insight.
    I also having this issue, please help me!

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  • coder
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    Originally posted by pal666 View Post
    wouldn't just "unlikely" convey non-definitive nature?
    Well, I would say "seems unlkely", to indicate that I'm speculating its probability to be low, rather than basing it on strong supporting facts.

    So, I'm not exactly endorsing the phrase "probably unlikely" - just trying to share a bit of insight.

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  • pal666
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    Originally posted by coder View Post
    Words have nuances. To me, the phrase "probably unlikely" conveys a sense of speculation about the unlikeliness of the event. It suggests he's guessing, rather than basing his projection on more definitive facts.
    wouldn't just "unlikely" convey non-definitive nature?

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  • coder
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    Originally posted by pal666 View Post
    i have no issues with translation. i have issues with math. it is a multiplication of two probabilities (like "more than 50%" * "less than 50%"), so i wonder what is the result
    Words have nuances. To me, the phrase "probably unlikely" conveys a sense of speculation about the unlikeliness of the event. It suggests he's guessing, rather than basing his projection on more definitive facts.

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  • TheOnlyJoey
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    Originally posted by mike456 View Post
    Waiting for OpenXR 1.0 to use my Samsung Odyssey also on Linux.
    Already possible, OpenHMD supports the WMR headsets on Linux (http://www.openhmd.net/index.php/devices/) together with SteamVR-OpenHMD thats a killer combo

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  • lucrus
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    Originally posted by andrei_me View Post

    It means something like "it has more than 50% of chance of not happen"
    I'd say "it has more than 50% of change of being unlikely", or, in other words, something like "it's likely to be unlikely".

    Likely.

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  • pal666
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    Originally posted by andrei_me View Post
    This works in portuguese, don't know what is your native language.
    i have no issues with translation. i have issues with math. it is a multiplication of two probabilities (like "more than 50%" * "less than 50%"), so i wonder what is the result
    Originally posted by andrei_me View Post
    It means something like "it has more than 50% of chance of not happen"
    and what does "unlikely" mean then?
    Last edited by pal666; 01-25-2019, 10:42 AM.

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  • mike456
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    Waiting for OpenXR 1.0 to use my Samsung Odyssey also on Linux.

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  • bogdanbiv
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    Small typo, I guess this is meant to be GDC 2019, if I understood correctly: "I wouldn't anticipate any ground-breaking Vulkan news out of GDC 2018"

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