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  • #16
    Have had a short look at Mir code.

    It looks like their are doing an improved X (Mir seems to offer many fonctionalities, handles graphic devices, screens...), whereas I find Wayland very different (does not handle anything, compositor handles input devices and screens. Rendering, graphic cards handled by the egl implementation).

    I don't think there will be much difference for the user.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by rvalles View Post
      We seriously don't need/want these weekly updates.

      I'd rather have more Wayland coverage.
      Hear, hear.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by BO$$
        Nobody gives a shit for PowerPC. Stop nitpicking shit. Mir is advancing fast and that hurts you wayland fanbois. Canonical kicks ass and that annoys the hell out of you.
        PowerPC are high END Servers and high End Compters and many game console's


        "The architecture has recently dominated the Video game console market

        Bandai for its Bandai Pippin, designed by Apple Computer (1995)
        Microsoft, for the Xbox 360 processor, Xenon
        Nintendo for the GameCube, Wii, and Wii U processors
        Sony and Toshiba, for the Cell processor (inside the PlayStation 3 and other devices)"

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PowerP..._game_consoles

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        • #19
          The next step is to release every days without called it nightly builds. LOL

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          • #20
            and you think there will be MIR on :

            Bandai for its Bandai Pippin, designed by Apple Computer (1995)
            Microsoft, for the Xbox 360 processor, Xenon
            Nintendo for the GameCube, Wii, and Wii U processors
            Sony and Toshiba, for the Cell processor (inside the PlayStation 3 and other devices)"

            huh?
            they are MADE, noone will change them insides

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            • #21
              Originally posted by zoomblab View Post
              I want them! I like where Ubuntu is heading. Wayland coverage is welcome too.

              Love > hate.
              I don't like where it's heading, but I welcome the coverage, and the periodic updates are good. Just that they don't come often enough to the testing repo (there was an answer on the dev-list about it, saying those releases are a testbed, but it's a goddamn alpha, how can it be more "testbedder"?).
              Last edited by mrugiero; 07-25-2013, 05:56 PM.

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