HPC (High Performance Compute) Architecture
coder543 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 17 03:49:13 PDT 2011
Ah, ok, it's good to hear something remotely (no pun intended) similar is in the works. And I don't predict lion taking over by any means, just being the best for a little while, even if expensive, and that windows hasn't been feature competitive with Linux in at least a couple of years in my opinion.
On Mar 16, 2011, at 11:54 PM, Marty Jack <martyj19 at comcast.net> wrote:
> Mostly, it is identically equal to "remote Wayland protocol". Except that this iSwifter thing is specific to remoting Flash applications.
> Speaking of which there is a GSOC'11 proposal over on X.org to do the remote Wayland protocol.
> The parts about Lion taking over the world I am skeptical of seeing that to my knowledge Lion is only going to run on hardware supplied by Apple, which is a tiny fraction of all hardware.
> But, don't let me dissuade anyone, it is open source and people should feel free to work on anything they think is valuable.
> On 03/16/2011 10:53 PM, Corbin Simpson wrote:
>> This sounds overly grandiose and not really Wayland-specific. Also, most people don't have lots of iron sitting in their garages. I think you may have upgraded "Wouldn't it be cool if...?" to "Dude, this is a killer feature!"
>> Sending from a mobile, pardon the brevity. ~ C.
>> On Mar 16, 2011 7:11 PM, "Josh Leverette" <coder543 at gmail.com <mailto:coder543 at gmail.com>> wrote:
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