Re: [forum] GGI might be the way...
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On Sam, 2003-03-22 at 23:16, David Jeske wrote: > > HEALTH WARNING: I make several references to how Microsoft has handled > things because we all know that they have (a) great driver support, > and (b) rippin fast graphics performance. If you have some mental > block which makes you mad when reading about someone saying Microsoft > has done something right, for your own health, please do not read any > futher. I found that much less hazardous for my health than your consequent misspelling of the name XFree86. ;) > 2) Moving to a direct rendering model WILL increase performance. Many people disagree. Those people seem to have actually measured the impact of the wire protocol and found it to have no significant impact for real world applications, do you have facts to back up your opposite claims? > 3) GGI provides modern features today. [...] XFree86 has most if not all of these as well. You don't explain how GGI could help to improve them. > 4) Xf86Config files must die There is ongoing work to make them optional. -- Earthling Michel Dänzer (MrCooper)/ Debian GNU/Linux (powerpc) developer XFree86 and DRI project member / CS student, Free Software enthusiast
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