Sucks I didn't get to present this but oh well, maybe some other time. Going to post the title page anyway.
I really hate all renting agents.
Can't really present it elsewhere because its really technical, and not even demuxed people are that technical (unless its about live ad insertion in DASH OTT streaming, so they're completely useless). FOSDEM people are borderline comatose at best and really not technical.
You can always admire the code though, in libavutil/tx_template.c
Marginally #TLMC related, Diverse System's AD: HOUSE series are my favorite as far as doujin things go, though they're pretty much an indie label that happens to go to M3 and Comiket and organizes joint albums like these.
Yes, that's cover art by Mika Pikazo. Yes, I own all AD: HOUSE albums, some still unwrapped because I bought them on bandcamp too. And the artbook. And tshirts which I won't wear like ever. And clear folders which weren't even sold!
Yes, that's the classiest house music made.
#TLMC SWING HOLIC - 春のざわめき
They do jazz and occasionally big band. Comfy to listen to.
#TLMC Hatsunetsumiko's (発熱巫女～ず) - Blooming Nights.
Consistently making good albums and still active. Some tolerable engrish. DANCE with WOLVES is more upbeat and groovy but not in the mood for it now.
The #TLMC is 1.5TB of music by 1.5k circles with almost 10k albums. Dive into it searching for good music and you'll find some gems. Will be posting some occasionally under this tag.
This is Attrielectrock - Well [ATTRi mix]. They made 2 extremely good albums like this and 1 cafe-themed that I think are worth a listen.
Usually you can expect a ~4x speedup for most SIMD code for floats with 128bit regs.
This is a 7x speedup. And no, the compiler wrote perfectly okay code.
Logic tells you this is impossible, after all you only do the same operation but on 4 values at the same time.
However, what's happening here is a matter of dependencies. And when every iteration is dependent on the previous one, redoing operations (necessary for this code to be SIMD'd) can save a lot of time. Math is cheap, IO is not.
"entire window is mirrored vertically with gfx.webrender.enabled=true on arm64 wayland libmali"
While this could be a bug in Firefox, its probably a driver bug.
And its really funny. How do you even get this wrong.
Posting my old unintentional #glitchart, with one more piece I found.
Codec researcher, x86 assembly and Vulkan expert. As expected.
Had nothing to do with x264. Most unexpected.
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