I think, more important is that the way fglrx works now doesn't allow independent developers to make something like bumblebee, because fglrx works directly with intel driver by means of dirty hacks (not surprising that why Chris Wilson doesn't want to do anything with intel driver in order to keep compatibility with fglrx).
For example, even if I don't use discrete card, fglrx is still loaded. That's why if something is wrong with it, I can't even use intel driver. (Usually it means segfault of Xserver).
And finally, there is no other choice for >=HD77XXM users since radeonsi isn't mature enough.
I don't know. According to Chris Wilson's reaction not really.There might be a disconnect here -- I know we worked closely with Intel on making all this work. Maybe that didn't happen for Linux ?
Is there any catalyst developer in the forum?
There a lot of questions I'd like to ask: when will driver be fixed, is there any plans to make seamless support (bumblebee, primus or DMA-BUF) etc.
How can I and other people ask these and other questions to catalyst developers? Bug tracker at this point doesn't work (a lot of open bugs without even responses).
Anyway thank you for your responses.