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[ale] X servers other than Xfree
On Sun, 2004-01-18 at 20:54, Christopher Fowler wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 18, 2004 at 08:39:00PM -0500, Geoffrey wrote:
> > Steven A. DuChene wrote:
> > >Actually the above is not the complete story. In reality David Dawes the
> > >head of the XFree86 orginaization went on a meglomanic power trip and
> > >removed anyone from the core team who ever questioned any of his actions.
> > >Once the "core team" got down to only a few people it is difficult to
> > >make progress on a project the size of XFree86.
> > What do you see as the future of XFree?
> Are are the alternatives?
As I see it there are two main alternatives if your daring:
which aims to merge any changes back into xfree86.
I believe is hosting a project with the aim of separating video drivers
from the X client/server among other goals...
> I see mention of people wanting the capability to change resolutions on the
> fly. If I remeber correctly I used to do this with ctrl-alt-+/-. What has
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