intel has a lot of Demo's just for Developer's and, a lot of time's you can't see them do to NDA's and BS like that,
Originally Posted by blackout23
The keyword being "unveiled". It had had already been under development in secret for a year or more before then, so don't suggest that this was all accomplished in the few months since the announcement.
Originally Posted by enfocomp
Sort of. Mir is there, certainly, but all it's doing is providing a single full-screen window for the X server to render to. Which means you're not testing anything, really... it doesn't need to cope with more than one window, so there could be thousands of bugs to do with overlapping windows and moving them around, and interaction with desktop components, etc, etc. It's basically just a simple pass-through layer...
Originally Posted by coder543
That's a very big "if", though. Absolutely *nobody* outside of the Ubuntu community has any real interest in supporting Mir, and even within it, there's a lot of concern from groups like Kubuntu. It's never going to be picked up by other distros, for a variety of reasons including the ones you give.
Originally Posted by UraniumDeer
No, because it's never going to have a big adoption rate outside of Ubuntu. And nobody outside of Ubuntu really cares about Ubuntu anymore... over the years, there's been so much antagonism and deceit that few upstream projects seem to have any desire to work with them.
Originally Posted by BO$$
Sounds likely although you can bet the very survival in any shape, form and platform will be used to prove its success. And that's without even considering to which degree will Ubuntu products "compete" with Android.
Originally Posted by jrch2k8
Get over yourself. People writing code for Linux code against a toolkit not Mir or Wayland.
Originally Posted by LinuxGamer
Aha, a game that uses Qt or a like. 90% of Linux games use no toolkit or at least SDL.
Originally Posted by AllLinux
I was talking about OpenGL, not Open GL ES. Currently Wayland cannot into full Open GL.
Originally Posted by oleid
And guess what... SDL is a toolkit too...
Originally Posted by Thaodan