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Jason DeRose
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Lives in Longmont, Colorado, USA
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Occasionally (and truly quite rarely) the Internet manages to live up to the expectations I had for it 20 years ago. I'm happy to say this video is one of those moments:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAm_lX8zUNQ

Thanks to +Ian Santopietro for enlightening me!
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Hah
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Yakkety Yak/Ubuntu 16.10 Final Beta Freeze
Yakkety Yak (16.10) Final Beta Freeze. Adam Conrad adconrad at ubuntu.com. Wed Sep 21 09:16:55 UTC 2016. Previous message: britney2 git repository has moved; Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ]. As of about two minutes ago, yakkety has entered the final beta ...
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Today's Yakkety daily ISOs are the first to have the Linux 4.8 kernel (based on 4.8 rc7). As the Ubuntu 16.10 release is in just 3 weeks and 1 day, these ISOs really need extra testing ASAP. So if you're so inclined... you know the drill :D
Select an image. Desktop image. The desktop image allows you to try Ubuntu without changing your computer at all, and at your option to install it permanently later. This type of image is what most people will want to use. You will need at least 384MiB of RAM to install from this image.
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Makes sense. Thanks for the explanation. The only issues we've had have been hinges. They don't make em like they used to.
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Whew, finally someone solved it! Congrats to +Kate Hazen on designing such a challenging and intriguing puzzle!
 
It looks like @TVanhove was the first person to solve the #SecretMessage of the #76Poster. Can you solve it? https://system76.com/cart/configure/swag-pstr1 #gamer
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+Kate Hazen​ Thomas, myself, and another had a blast pouring over the poster to decipher the message. Thanks for building it!
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the initial port of Blather to python3 and Gstreamer1.0 is working headless. GUI porting will have to wait until after I update the voice recognition computer to Debian Testing. :)

https://gitlab.com/jezra/blather/tree/porting
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Interesting
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Check out the CLI, it's super fun old-school lawyereese. Even though it's Apache licensed. I've had clients like that myself, so I know how hard it is to get better terms.
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A full blown desktop CPU and dual desktop NVIDIA 1080 GPUs... in terms of CUDA compute per pound, you can't get any better. So go get your science on!
 
The laptop that doesn't know it's a laptop. Accomplish any task w/ #nvidia #GTX 10-series graphics on the new #BonoboWS. #Linux #Ubuntu http://s76.co/qlcYSB
The most powerful Ubuntu laptop on the planet. Bonobo WS features desktop Intel Core i7 processors and up to two NVIDIA GPUs, all in a portable laptop chassis. System76 laptops are custom-built to run Ubuntu flawlessly.
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Review units available?
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Here’s the news you have been desperate to hear, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is officially heading to SteamOS & Linux and it’s being ported by Feral Interactive.
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What's your favorite #opensource application? Share it with us by posting with the hashtag #openapp! #Linux #Ubuntu #freesoftware
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Great read
 
This.
Journalistic efforts at fairness may risk normalizing Donald Trump, without fully acknowledging what an abnormal candidate he is.
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thanks, that is the dilemma - there is no equivalency. 
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Calling brave testers!

Do you have Intel graphics hardware and experience screen-tearing?

Use this video as a test:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lw-7icqqm1Y

Specifically, whilst full-screen.

If you do, and you're willing to test, (5th-gen+), please remove the xorg driver:

sudo eopkg rm xorg-driver-video-intel

And go about your everyday tasks, and let us know of any changes.

To reinstall it:
sudo eopkg it xorg-driver-video-intel

You need to reboot for the changes to take effect, thanks!!
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+Denys Dmytriyenko - yeah, I myself was a touch unclear on how removing the Intel X driver would help you test the Intel X driver :P But on the balance, despite me not looking into any of the details at all, this seemed like possibly an opportunity to get some more testing on aspects of the Intel X/whatever-else driver that I (clearly) don't know anything about, so I shared it.

+Måns Rullgård - the screenshot looks fairly teal and orange, but for all I know, that might be a fluke. On average, it could be decidedly not-teal and not-orange, in which case I agree... how could that make you feel anything, plus why the fuck sure I care? :P
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Hmm, good point
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+Gabriel Rodriguez They are not. A fully functioning system on that device requires proprietary bits.
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I'm a Product Engineer at System76, makers of fine Ubuntu computers.

I'm also the lead developer for the Novacut collaborative video editor (think Google docs for video editing).

Novacut is built on Dmedia, a specialized distributed object store aimed at professional content creation. Dmedia is the foundation of Novacut's real-time collaboration, and can likewise be the foundation for similar apps.

If you'd like help adding Dmedia integration to an existing app, or building a new app atop the Dmedia platform, please don't hesitate to ask!
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