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  1. It seems you are forgetting some facts: The...

    It seems you are forgetting some facts:

    The desktop related part of the protocol is ready to be merged in the Wayland protocol, should be part of the next version.
    With the xdg-shell in place...
  2. I'll try to be fast and short on the reply, so......

    I'll try to be fast and short on the reply, so...
    1) It's hard to image Mir outperform Wayland in a visible manner (i.e. a ~2 fps of difference is a no difference) because the games want to run as...
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    Exactly! :-) The init war is pretty over but the...

    Exactly! :-)
    The init war is pretty over but the show is still on!
    I'm just afraid that with the end of the display server war (Wayland vs X vs Mir) and the end of the init war, we will lose a...
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    You are tring to exchange the cause with the...

    You are tring to exchange the cause with the effect: if there is a community that want to have FreeBSD (just as an example) always as a first citizen in the Debian release, then that community should...
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    Unfortunately those "values" don't write code by...

    Unfortunately those "values" don't write code by themselves.
    Because debian is deeply dependent by volunteer, you cannot to force someone to write code for a scope that he doesn't care about. Simply...
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    Sorry, it is not as simple as you try to show....

    Sorry, it is not as simple as you try to show. Ian exceeded the line "I have a different opinion" several times. He is the first to call the whole topic as a war. The TC's decision was in 4 vs 4 only...
  7. Ok, I got the point: when you see a rotated...

    Ok, I got the point: when you see a rotated window then it's Wayland.
    It is just present in all Wayland's demo I saw so far... let me guess, is it not possible do it with X?
  8. I have hard time to imagine a debian official...

    I have hard time to imagine a debian official repo full of source files only, but even in that case, the GR's proposal say more that that, it forces the maintainer to accept any path that add a...
  9. Ironic is a gentle word to use in such case. I...

    Ironic is a gentle word to use in such case.
    I have a question to the team behind the last GR and its real purpose:
    how you think to manage the situation where the maintainer of the package X won't...
  10. Are you speaking about the idiots of Freiburg?...

    Are you speaking about the idiots of Freiburg?
    About the competition between the two project, I think it is pretty much over:
    1) LO can take the code from OO but not vice versa
    2) LO has a more...
  11. Look here....

    Look here.
    It's exciting. Maybe the industries start to understand that the open-source and the open collaboration are the best way to share the cost and the maintenance burden of those new...
  12. I saw that question answered several times and,...

    I saw that question answered several times and, trust me, I'm far from to be an sysadmin. How can you miss the reasons behind it?
    You can find the answer with google, such as this discussion (it's...
  13. it is very simple: newer = previous one + bug...

    it is very simple:
    newer = previous one + bug fixed + features + new bug
    So, excepts for the case where the "new bug" portion results be preponderant, newer is better (just image a long list...
  14. Well, I like the cutting-edge approach and I like...

    Well, I like the cutting-edge approach and I like to have the latest and the greatest, however one thing is to have the last release of the software, another thing is to run the alpha release.
    The...
  15. Ahahaha, let me check if I understood it right:...

    Ahahaha, let me check if I understood it right:
    every time I find a bug in an alpha release I should blame the upstream devs because of that?
    Of course not but, because it is systemd, you can do an...
  16. Sorry, It's not acceptable. I can't - can't -...

    Sorry, It's not acceptable.
    I can't - can't - believe that a company with the money of Qualcomm is not able to find one (yeah, Rob Clark is ONE dev not a team, ONE!) or more devs capable to write a...
  17. And... BOOOM! The dance is started! :-)

    And... BOOOM! The dance is started! :-)
  18. But the real problem is...

    why not looks to the problem by the users' perspective?
    There are two main type of users: domestic users and sysadmin.

    1) domestic users
    Probably a very simple configuration laptop-style, single...
  19. Yeah... it's a good idea Ian! And an idea better...

    Yeah... it's a good idea Ian!
    And an idea better than that is to put on your shoulders all the work to patch all the upstream projects and the following work to maintain those patches downstream.
  20. A lot of smoke for nothing. Maybe the Slackware...

    A lot of smoke for nothing.
    Maybe the Slackware developer had nothing better to write about for his blog.
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