8.52 You realise we use Nvidia cards anyway?
8.53 - "we use windows edition"
8.54 - "what is gcc? edition"
8.55 - "AIGLX? as in Another Irresistible Great Letter X ? edition"
8.56 - "just use windows edition"
8.57 - "we can't code, we're just cleaning here edition"
8.39 - "A update only noticeable through a microscope"
8.40 - "ATI/AMD Linux Catalyst Drivers: Crash a-lot Edition"
8.41 - "Bits of AIGLX code found, but no implementation Edition"
8.42 - "ATI/AMD Linux Catastrophe Drivers: The name says it all."
8.43 - "I smell AIGLX, oh wait, nevermind."
8.44 - "The still no performance improvement edition."
8.45 - "The last release, and sadly, the most pointless."
Thats my prediction. Of course it could go in any order, not just the order I specified above. Maybe with the exception of the last release one, but I had to end the list haha.
Also I think that if AMD is going to put money into a linux division, they should do it right. Either that, or just release the specs and don't have one at all if they're not going to do anything.
Last edited by Battery; 06-27-2007 at 02:42 PM.
8.39.99 - The AIGLX support that only makes your Linux lock up.
Totally agree with you!
Originally Posted by Battery
8.45 The "No support yet for R700" Edition
8.67 The "Still no support for R700, preliminary R600 support" Edition
8.68 The "Nvidia had G90 support at launch?" Edition
9.0 The AIGLX edition!
9.01 The "Hotfix for AIGLX that keeps it from breaking X.org 7.4 and devouring a third of your kernel" Edition
1.0 The "AMD fired our f***ing driver team, replaced it with engineers that wrote a fully open driver with a hybrid blob option for a few closed pieces" Edition
Now, now... Be nice. >:-)
Originally Posted by mukiex
8.61 - "ported to c++ from python edition"
8.62 - "anybody knows how to code here? edition"
8.63 - "janitor's nightlies edition"
8.64 - "where did all the fps go? edition"
8.65 - "who needs DRI anyway? edition"
and then re-release
8.25.22 - "if only we turned the debugging off...edition"
8.39: What you expected
Same maintenance/nothing-new-for-the-end-user type of driver. Seriously now, would you expect anything else?!