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Just in case you missed it (I did, it doesn't show up when you search for "Numpty"), NumptyPhysics 0.2 has been released. Make sure you back up your custom levels before installing!
 

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Nice to see Seamus McNally's name living on in this way.

I've never forgotten John Carmack's supremely moving story about McNally. See his .plan archive from March 2000.
 

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Took me a while to figure out what you meant. Here's the .plan entry, and here's how McNally's name is living on.
 

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Originally Posted by Texrat View Post
I wouldn't say nothing, igor. Fanoush has done some very good things with the kernel, to name one example. If I understand correctly, though, one thing holding back community kernel work in general has been the frustration over getting improvements pushed upstream. Can anyone comment on that? I may be wrong.
From my side I would have been happy to see some improvement to what was done for DVFS. Provided the cpufreq driver with all the settings defined - so that there is no risk of trashing the device - it would have been interesting to see some tuning on the cpufreq governor. I don't know if it can actually be significantly improved, but AFAIK nobody has really tried.
 
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From my side I would have been happy to see some improvement to what was done for DVFS. Provided the cpufreq driver with all the settings defined - so that there is no risk of trashing the device - it would have been interesting to see some tuning on the cpufreq governor. I don't know if it can actually be significantly improved, but AFAIK nobody has really tried.
If we're gonna overclock these things, we're gonna need itty bitty water-cooling systems.
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If we're gonna overclock these things, we're gonna need itty bitty water-cooling systems.
No, as i said no change of used OP.

But for example, as i've already explained several times, op selection is really hindred by the unrealistic constraints we had on MIPS available for audio playback.
The cpufreq policies would be quite easy to play with.
 
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No, as i said no change of used OP.

But for example, as i've already explained several times, op selection is really hindred by the unrealistic constraints we had on MIPS available for audio playback.
The cpufreq policies would be quite easy to play with.
I was kidding.
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