Any news on this?
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Any news on this?
You were right the first time. Software is inherently vulnerable. You can, however, reduce the "attack surface" by radically simplifying. The problems with display servers will decrease when we move...
Would love to see if the FOSS community will get this going using asm.js
What about Tux3?
I was just about to bring up MLAA. Can we get an update on the status of it?
You haven't done any articles on the Xorg state tracker recently. How is that looking these days? Is that required for Wayland, or what's the story there?
I like C#, Java, and Visual Basic... you people are nuts. If you don't like that they aren't as open source as you like, then just say so... but all three have FOSS implementations, and all three are...
I had always used Intel chipsets in the past. They've converted me.
Definitely going with llano now for my next rig! Open source BIOS and graphics drivers! Now if only we could get OpenCL via...
Just wondering why Phoronix Forums uses vBulletin. Why not support open source forum software such as phpBB?
Definitely agree with you, Kraft
Long live Qt and KDE!! Michael, keep reporting on Qt and KDE related news, and further MeeGo and Wayland-Qt developments.
By the way, is ReactOS mature enough to run the directx redistributable and catalyst drivers?
Technically, it is possible to write windows drivers with Gallium3D, though I haven't heard of any in existence. If directx redistributables require a windows license, then this would be a good...
I think it would make sense to use OpenVG. Also, if going the OpenGL route, it would likely make sense to use OpenGL ES.
Will it fall under r600g or will a new r900g be needed?
I am looking forward to the AMD "Zambezi" chip.
Just wondering if anyone knows whether the new AMD Fusion stuff will work well with open drivers? Gallium3D seems by far the best bet.
What is this "rebooting" you speak of
See also: http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=Nzk0OQ
De-modularizing the video drivers would be insane. Modular systems upgrade their APIs all the time, and it isn't painless but it is possible to do.
If it is just the input drivers, then that is...
I don't expect it to be easy to get coreboot to work. I don't have any firmware programming talent at the moment, but I figure they need testers. I am willing to put up with some inconvenience.