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The "Hangouts app" was never installed by these people. It simply *happened* to people using Google chat. Me included.
As part of the big roll out of these changes, a lot of google chat users have discovered their most frequently used contacts have been automatically "Blocked on Google+", despite not themselves not having Google+ accounts. People have been left with no option other than to sign up to Google+ to access their "Blocked" circle to see what contacts have been blocked, and unblock them.
I had a DX4-100 (33MHz x 3) which I overclocked to DX4-120 (40MHz x 3) and it tore the other 486's some new assholes
(I left out the only 2 things I care about in coding style: consistency and structure. The former speaks for itself. The latter is stuff like avoiding stupidly deep indentations due to poor block / control structure)
(And in case that hasn't cleared things up enough, let me say that the difference between Speex on highest quality and Opus, even on its lower quality settings, is like night and day)
The key word is "even". "even to me". Implying (but obviously too subtely for some) that my opinion of the sound quality is in agreement with the opinions of others. In this case, several dozen others. Unanimously.
Furthermore, I never said how shitty my hearing was. My version of shitty is having a hard time discerning between 160kbps and 192kbps mp3s, which several of my more keenly perceptive friends are able to do.
/* Not sure if trolling, or just not good at reading */
About 9 months ago, I implemented Opus in our VoIP products, replacing G722 and Speex. It kicks a whole lot of ass. Compared to speex, It's far better coded, uses far fewer CPU cycles, and sounds vastly better (even to me, and I have shitty hearing). Similarly, we replaced all our old audio DSP pipeline, based on the Speex library (thanks Xiph.org, etc) with the low-level components from WebRTC (thanks Google!) and things have never sounded better.
Define "coverage". Function? Line? Branch? With multiple threads?
Thank you. I just spent almost 10 minutes in acute spasmodic facepalm-mode at that comment.
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