Following Ubuntu it could become a replacement for windows.
Personally i am following gentoo. "its about configuration"
I wonder if linux can become all of this in one or if there will be a splitt in the future... we will see.
But to be sure we dont know who is the bridge. But your definitely a part of it and you should know best who the bridge is.
monthly releases are fine but short feature driven releases are better. really. yes i am a software developer.
Try to set your targets from 2-6 weeks and everything will be fine. Don't try to program feature xxx in the next 4 weeks. it wont work and creates a lot of extra work. tested thousands of times with small and big teams
Try to develop agile without falling into chaos
I agree competely. We don't try to force feature development into fixed windows -- development happens in a continuous mainline. Projects to add features can start and end in the middle of a release window. Some times we give you feature releases off the mainline -- other times you get a maintenance release off a branch, depending on what we're trying to accomplish at the time.
Yeah i know that r300 is doing pretty well, but as far as i understand its most certainly not thanks to ati/amd..
when will the 3d docs come?
Actually, fglrx (8.02) seems to work quite well on my R580+.
I'm a little surprised, too, but I'll take it.
Linux _could_ have a 10x grow rate if there where good driver support through all hw products. GFX driver support is one of the big threads.
For us, one of the big reasons for supporting open source development was to make it easier for distros to provide a good (non-scary) out of box experience for new users.