The future of X?
beyert at cs.ucr.edu
Wed Nov 12 21:51:54 PST 2003
On Wed, 12 Nov 2003 23:07:05 -0600
Vulpes Velox <kitbsdlists at HotPOP.com> wrote:
Were you talking about Xouvert?
> On Wed, 12 Nov 2003 15:02:01 -0600
> Vulpes Velox <kitbsdlists at HotPOP.com> wrote:
> > I personally doubt that this new xserver will amount to much. Especially given
> > a major lack of drivers. It could possibly be interesting, but I don't see
> > them really going any where fast or at all. I also get the feeling that they
> > will probally want to try to be linux centric with it. I personally think a
> > module for doing stuff like that would be much more fesable. But from what I
> > have heard getting stuff commited to the XFree86 project is a prob. What could
> > be done is to take the current XFree86 code and put it in a enviroment where
> > things can be more easily added. This would probally be much better since it
> > would not mean writing things from scratch and all ready have a nice amount of
> > drivers to pull from.
> Whoops, my bad... accidentally got this confused with one of the other projects
> going on...
> Yeah, this is one of the few X projects going on that looks like it actually has
> possible potential.
> Any ways, sorry for that bit and any confusion it cuased.
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