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  1. ESR is still doing his best

    ESR is still doing his best to replace clarity with confusion, cooperation with conflict and consensus with confrontation. Best to ignore him.
  2. ViewTouch is such a specialized toolkit.

    ViewTouch is such a specialized toolkit.
  3. Yeah, well, if that's the truth, then

    If that's the truth, then put it in your Privacy Policy, in very simple and clear terms. You're asking a lot from us to trust our communications with you. The least you can do is to be very, very...
  4. Viber "Privacy Policy"

    "We may disclose information about you if we determine that for national security, law enforcement, or other issues of public importance that disclosure of information is necessary."
    ...
  5. Reported You

    for attempting censorship. We don't need Hasbara here.
  6. An Israeli? None other than Talmon Marco. ...

    An Israeli?

    None other than Talmon Marco. Born in Israel, Marco served as Chief Information Officer for the Israeli Defense Forces Central Command. You can be sure that there is plenty of...
  7. I came here to say the same thing. Born in...

    I came here to say the same thing. Born in Israel, Viber founder Talmon Marco served as Chief Information Officer for the Israeli Defense Forces Central Command. If you want the Zionist Israelis to...
  8. I have been using X for remote displays quite...

    I have been using X for remote displays quite satisfactorily for my touchscreen applications for over a decade and find nothing really wrong with it. NX does improve performance a bit but there's...
  9. I have not argued that Wayland should be network...

    I have not argued that Wayland should be network transparent. I don't really understand why you have to take a shitty attitude toward anything I've written, put words in my mouth, and misrepresent...
  10. I didn't say that I didn't know that. That's...

    I didn't say that I didn't know that. That's just you putting words in my mouth. It must be said that the people behind Wayland have this to day about why they developed it, though; "Wayland is...
  11. I have to ask you what is wrong with what I have...

    I have to ask you what is wrong with what I have that I should stop using X and use Wayland instead. What problem do I have that Wayland solves?
  12. The whole point of the way X has been done for...

    The whole point of the way X has been done for the past 30 years is that we have been given the freedom, opportunity and tools to build our own rendering toolkits, as I did. I find it intensely...
  13. Yeah, well, you and a couple of others do not...

    Yeah, well, you and a couple of others do not have or use remotely rendered applications but have some opinions about people who do, then there are those of us who DO have and use remote rendering...
  14. I'm among the 10%, and using my own toolkit. My...

    I'm among the 10%, and using my own toolkit. My apps DO render remotely on the X server. As I mentioned to another person here, your assumptions are somewhat pedantic, they are wrong, and the...
  15. No, I do not send 'dumb images' across the...

    No, I do not send 'dumb images' across the network. I use Xlib to render the GUIs. You are making the same assumptions that nearly everyone else makes, that anyone doing remote display is NOT doing...
  16. Your understanding is wrong. My client...

    Your understanding is wrong. My client applications do not rely on gtk (or qt) but render the touchscreen GUI through Xlib. It's not difficult to do this and the advantages, for me at least, are...
  17. On the contrary

    I use it every day, since 1995. I have high definition (1920x1080) touchscreen displays forwarded with ssh to my desktop served up from client applications running on computers in Glasgow...
  18. A Question

    Can I do remote displays under Wayland and ssh like I do under X and ssh?
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    "Since starting the company about a year ago, Mr....

    "Since starting the company about a year ago, Mr. Hurmola said Jolla has been working hard to make its Sailfish operating system capable of working on different types of devices, including...
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    If you visit viewtouch.com you will see a...

    If you visit viewtouch.com you will see a touchscreen Xlib GUI written in C which I have been selling to restaurants since 1995. Support is a breeze because I can X forward my clients' displays to...
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