alexander at isacson.info
Mon Dec 20 23:14:13 EET 2004
So I take it no one really uses waimea CVS (0.5) as their default wm.
I really like the concept of an vector based wm and hardware
acceleration sounds great!
I'll try and it and find out for my self =)
On Mon, 2004-12-20 at 15:36 -0500, Jacob wrote:
> I used to use kahakai. It was great but the xinerama was no good.
> Waimea has basically been able to do what I was doing in kahakai, just
> not quite as customizable. There is another fork out there now, aegis.
> It doesnt look like its gotten very far but it is from a few of the
> developers from kahakai I believe.
> On Mon, 2004-12-20 at 20:42 +0100, Marian Cerny wrote:
> > kahakai is not developed any more as far as I know. And kahakai changed
> > waimea a lot. AFAIK they have broken xinerama support. And I would like
> > to buy LCD one day and use xinerama on my laptop.
> > I also don't like the changes in waimea 0.5.
> > I don't want to add extra new features into my waimea-fork, only some
> > bugfixes and so. IIRC, waimea 0.4 is 3 years old.
> > Cheers,
> > Majo
> > On 2004-12-20 19:33 +0000, André Lemos wrote:
> > > kahakai is already a fork, why start another one?
> > >
> > > On Mon, 20 Dec 2004 20:30:27 +0100, Marian Cerny <jojo at matfyz.cz> wrote:
> > > > I'm also using waimea 0.4 and it is great. I plan to start some work
> > > > based on waimea 0.4 - apply some patches back from kahakai and some
> > > > other I found on Internet. I suppose I will start my work on it sometime
> > > > in february-march. I plan to start a project on SourceForge, probably
> > > > called waimea-fork.
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