Good joke. We don't need compatibility with closed crap like windows.2) Compatibility with closed things. They don't prefer a new Kernel version but a new Wine version. They need the latest Lightspark. They prefer Unified_Graphics_Drivers that understand many Compilers(like GLSL and HLSL at the same time) and they don't need translations(glsl=disabled), plus free HLSL_compilers/state_trackers. They need Qemu to have 70+% translation efficiency, so they don't have to relay on closed Instruction_Sets. They need last generation Console_Emulators and Console destruction. And many more.
It's time to fork
In fact, Canonical does everything to mimic Oracle's handling of OpenOffice that lead to LibreOffice.
On the contrary, Wayland at least has an inviting development process which Canonical projects have not.
https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Unity which – despite being hosted by openSUSE – also works on Arch and Fedora.
There were more important things to adjust before to spend time about a window list for the panel and a protocol for minimize/maximize control of shell_surfaces.
Canonical got tired of waiting for these losers and said fuck it we're doing it out way?
I laughed so much on that.
*Our way* means an eye candy demo of unity on XMir, and XMir is a simple copy/paste of Xwayland. LOL
Looks like that the so called *our way* is to copy the work done be the *other way* and rename it as the *our way*.
It's better if you wait until they start to walk on their legs before to acclaim something like *losers*, *our way* and others ridiculous statements like those.
For those of you disagreeing with my first post (on the first page) about me saying mir is more complete than wayland, thats because its based on android's display server which is fully functional. I guess where Im wrong is Mir is more incomplete than wayland in a linux x86 perspective. While I dont know the technical details of what Mir needs to be done, it seems to me that all it needs most is drivers and toolkits. All of the functionality of Mir should already be there, with the exception on resizable windows. If you all think im really that wrong then how do you explain that canonical got that X nested mir working like 2 days after announcing their plans?
http://samohtv.wordpress.com/2013/03...as-a-new-home/We have integrated X, leveraging the prior XWayland work, to run on top of Mir (XMir)
Mir is opensource. Weston is opensource.
Mir want to be next gen X without its weaknesses of X. Wayland want to be next gen X without its weaknesses.
Mir fulfill moder needs. Wayland fulfill modern needs.
All is well. Stop wishing failure to FLOSS projects....
And it do not matter who is the dady but if dady can let as date with its daughter :P (eg. if canonical govern Mir well, than what is harm from its success?)
Yeah really, WHAT IS THE F****** DIFFERENCE if Wayland or Mir success?