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  • #76
    Originally posted by Awesomeness View Post
    I don't talk about the SDK and therefore I can't have acknowledged anything about it.
    So you're not talking about the SDK because you acknowledge that it's released under a restrictive license.
    Thanks for clearing that up.

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    • #77
      Okay, first of all, why are you looking for his acknowledgement? He doesn't need to acknowledge anything, and you don't need him to. If you have provided sufficient evidence to prove your case, and others can find that evidence themselves, then the issue is over and done. To continue your persuit afterwhich without providing any further evidence is just childish and annoying. I'm sure you could find more productive and interesting things to do than continue this pointless debate (pointless, because he's obviously not going to concede, at least not with the evidence you have provided so far; whether or not that evidence is sufficient is beside the point).
      Last edited by Nobu; 07-19-2013, 02:03 PM.

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      • #78
        Originally posted by intellivision View Post
        So you're not talking about the SDK because you acknowledge that it's released under a restrictive license.
        Thanks for clearing that up.
        This thread's topic is Wayland. The SDK has nothing to do with Wayland. Unlike you I want to stay at least somewhat on topic. I acknowledge nothing regarding the SDK because I don't talk about the SDK.

        Want to talk about Wayland? Great, do it. If not, piss off. Thank you.

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        • #79
          Originally posted by Awesomeness View Post
          This thread's topic is Wayland. The SDK has nothing to do with Wayland. Unlike you I want to stay at least somewhat on topic. I acknowledge nothing regarding the SDK because I don't talk about the SDK.

          Want to talk about Wayland? Great, do it. If not, piss off. Thank you.
          You want to stay on topic?
          Pot, meet kettle.

          It's clear you're in denial about the openness of the Tizen SDK, and it's understandable, it's quite upsetting to see a project made in conjunction with the Linux Foundation to have such restrictions, but it's still a fact, and you should learn to accept that.

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          • #80
            Three cheers for Nemo/Sailfish?
            Why are we fighting, we're (mostly) on the same page here, we (mostly) want the same things.
            Tizen's getting there, maybe one day, certainly better than most other options.
            Last edited by jalyst; 07-22-2013, 11:39 AM.

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            • #81
              Originally posted by jalyst View Post
              Why are we fighting, we're (mostly) on the same page here, we (mostly) want the same things.
              Nobody's fighting. A single guy, Intellivision, is just delusional and thinks people made comments regarding topics they never talked about.
              He also hears voices when he is alone.

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              • #82
                Originally posted by Awesomeness View Post
                Nobody's fighting. A single guy, Intellivision, is just delusional and thinks people made comments regarding topics they never talked about.
                He also hears voices when he is alone.
                So moved on from denial to libel.
                Certainly putting on a professional attitude here.

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                • #83
                  Originally posted by skriticos View Post
                  So, with everyone just pulling in the xkbcommon library, is there any chance that we get a decent documentation for it? I have spent considarable time trying to figure out how it works in the last few weeks creating a customized Dvorak layout with emphasis on programming (yea, I know there is stock one, I don't like it). Anyway, the XKB configuration - while being very powerfull - is also one with the worst documentation.. ever. Try to create a keyboard configuration with multiple levels and map shift level switches to normal alphanumerical keys and let them behave differently (be different shift/control keys) on various shift levels? You are in for a good ride there. Not to mention all the legacy convention in there. My head hurts.
                  the library itself has pretty good documentation, but the format is definitely very much lacking. we've been looking to create a new, less confusing, format, which was blocked on a sensible library interface - the old interface looked exactly like the format!

                  unfortunately time is very much lacking, but patches definitely welcome.

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