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    @neilt: Thanks for the extensive answer. Good to...

    @neilt: Thanks for the extensive answer. Good to hear from the Prez. ;)

    One thing, however, sounds very vague:



    How does Khronos determine that some independent, non-member entity is...
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    @Jon: first of all, that's definitely a very good...

    @Jon: first of all, that's definitely a very good start. I wonder, would it be possible to open up the test descriptions and let the community participate? I guess we got enough man-power around here...
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    So, what is to be expected? Just out of interest.

    So, what is to be expected? Just out of interest.
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    You don't get it, do you? Aside from there being...

    You don't get it, do you? Aside from there being principle to adhere to here (yeah I know, stupid principle, duh), Mesa is an important entity to pretty much any open-source driver on Linux as it is...
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    Which functionality exactly?

    Which functionality exactly?
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    True, but one will have to see how it plays out...

    True, but one will have to see how it plays out in practice. It should still work out pretty nicely with non-UMA setups.



    AFAIK, AMD sadly doesn't have a fully compliant GL4.3 driver out by...
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    This is so awesome. We can only hope this won't...

    This is so awesome. We can only hope this won't slow down spec adoption even further.

    The other features sound cool as well, but we'll see how it works out in practice. GL_ARB_buffer_storage,...
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