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  1. The extra P is for "Professional"; it implies...

    The extra P is for "Professional"; it implies that the GPU is in a Xeon instead of a Celeron/Pentium/i3/i5/i7. See today's HD Graphics P4600 for an example.
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    Exactly that. If you do it right, you can...

    Exactly that. If you do it right, you can implement a proxy Wayland server that just passes things through unmodified if your upstream compositor supports the "RenderManager" extension internally,...
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    A compositor can indeed advertise different...

    A compositor can indeed advertise different buffer types; note that for pixel buffers, as used in core Wayland, there is no difference between EGL and Pixman - both provide you with a lump of pixels...
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    Core Wayland requires that a wl_buffer (the...

    Core Wayland requires that a wl_buffer (the buffers that clients hand to the compositor) are pixmaps in a format the compositor advertises that it can support.

    However, Wayland is (at heart) an...
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    Just covering your OpenGL points: Nothing in...

    Just covering your OpenGL points:

    Nothing in Wayland needs OpenGL, EGL, or OpenGL ES. The only reason they keep coming up is that the Wayland devs don't intend to have a native Wayland...
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    Xft draws text client-side into a picture, which...

    Xft draws text client-side into a picture, which is then blitted via the XRender API - the text itself is not sent over the wire to the display server, just images.

    I'm not aware of any modern...
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