Please don't mind. I assure you guys that the majority of us appreciate the hard work you guys are doing. I myself have several products with differing versions of Adreno, so I am very much looking forward to that driver.
You guys are all doing terrific work and making the GPU SoC world a good one. I'd gladly all buy you a beer next time I'm at fosdem
Interesting that the most popular embedded GPU (PowerVR) is also the one with the least amount of open-source work done on it. I do wonder why that is... Fear of being sued by Imagination Technologies? The people who are most qualified to do embedded GPU work all having worked with PowerVR chips and are covered by NDAs? Something about the way the PowerVR hardware works? Lack of people interested in "scratching the itch" and working on it? (If I had any skills in GPU driver development I would definatly be interested in contributing to a 100% open driver for the PowerVR GPU in my Nokia N900 but unfortunately I lack the skills)