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  • Mir Bumped To Version 0.0.15 & Mir Server 7

    Phoronix: Mir Bumped To Version 0.0.15 & Mir Server 7

    With the 1100th revision to Mir's Bazaar repository, Mir graduated to version 0.0.15 and the Mir Server Library (libmirserver) had an ABI bump to version 7...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTQ4NjU

  • #2
    Boooooo

    Wayland is better.

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    • #3
      Given the head start Wayland had, I would fully expect it to be "better" in the literal sense given the project maturity.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Redi44 View Post
        Wayland is better.
        I'm trying to figure out why so many 'senior members' act like immature kids. What, did canonical kill your family or something?

        If you don't like it, you could at least say something a little more grown up, like, "Even though Wayland arguably better, it's good to see progress on mir." If you'd rather have then be working on wayland than mir, then you completely missed the reason why they decided to go with mir.

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        • #5
          I think I'll reserve judgement until I hear what LinuxGamer thinks.

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          • #6
            Best I can figure is Canonical kicked some folks' puppy when they decided to roll their own.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Redi44 View Post
              Wayland is better.
              1000X better

              Originally posted by akincer View Post
              Given the head start Wayland had, I would fully expect it to be "better" in the literal sense given the project maturity.
              and given all of the Code Used from Wayland development that Mir is using i say there was no head start at all and you will not find maturity in Mir or any thing from Crapnonical

              hmm
              (Crapnonical Leading the Way to Linux's failure to take the desktop market share)
              damn thats a nice slogan

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              • #8
                I don't think either side is looking too rosy in this thread.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by profoundWHALE View Post
                  I'm trying to figure out why so many 'senior members' act like immature kids. What, did canonical kill your family or something?

                  If you don't like it, you could at least say something a little more grown up, like, "Even though Wayland arguably better, it's good to see progress on mir." If you'd rather have then be working on wayland than mir, then you completely missed the reason why they decided to go with mir.
                  There is 99.999999999999% no reason for Mir it was developed for Legal only CLA + Mir = Winning Legal battles and a bigger walled garden

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by profoundWHALE View Post
                    If you'd rather have then be working on wayland than mir, then you completely missed the reason why they decided to go with mir.
                    Oh? I guess I completely missed the reason why they decided to go with Mir. What was that reason, again?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by profoundWHALE View Post
                      I'm trying to figure out why so many 'senior members' act like immature kids. What, did canonical kill your family or something?
                      It's probably simpler than that. AFAIK, the title "senior member" is not about the time they have been around or some kind of "rating" of users, or anything related to merit, but it's about number of posts. With that criteria, the more childish you are, the more inane posts you do, and so the more "senior" you become.

                      If you don't like it, you could at least say something a little more grown up, like, "Even though Wayland arguably better, it's good to see progress on mir." If you'd rather have then be working on wayland than mir, then you completely missed the reason why they decided to go with mir.
                      Even though the comment you quoted is stupid and unnecessary, one shouldn't be necessarily happy to see Mir advance. Those who see fragmentation as a con (myself, for example), or who think this will lead to less freedom, or whatever reason they have to dislike Mir, independently of liking or disliking Wayland, won't be happy by Mir progress, but the opposite.

                      Originally posted by dee. View Post
                      Oh? I guess I completely missed the reason why they decided to go with Mir. What was that reason, again?
                      You, and everyone, I guess.
                      Last edited by mrugiero; 10-16-2013, 08:33 PM.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by mrugiero View Post
                        Even though the comment you quoted is stupid and unnecessary, one shouldn't be necessarily happy to see Mir advance. Those who see fragmentation as a con (myself, for example), or who think this will lead to less freedom, or whatever reason they have to dislike Mir, independently of liking or disliking Wayland, won't be happy by Mir progress, but the opposite.
                        This. There are certainly a lot of anti-Mir trolls, but to pretend that there is no legitimate grounds for criticizing or disliking Mir or that everyone who criticizes or dislikes Mir is just a troll is no better, it is just pro-Mir trolling.

                        Originally posted by mrugiero View Post
                        You, and everyone, I guess.
                        I think someone in upper management at Canonical knows, but he or she apparently hasn't told the Mir developers, not to mention anyone on the outside.

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