loooooong looooooong silence !
Hi All !
It makes a long time I didn't post anything to this forum ..
(I was following the discussions but just had nothing interesting to say (and not much time too))
Well I've tested the latest realease of lg3d on windows , and it runs pretty well and seems more stable/performant ... good job everybody !!
I would like to thanks the guy who packaged/jarred my application (gol3d) it made me pleasure to finally see it working out of the box !!!!
I like the new appz to !!!!
just a question : how is the X integration status (I've not tested the latest linux version yet)??
I've been following x.org mailing list as well as compiz mailing list and I'm currently reading 'The X Window System Server : X Version 11, Release 5'. by israel/fortune.
The options for my master thesis (after many changes) would be :
1. reimplemantation of the looking glass concept in the xgl/compiz paradigm (which I like !) (and in C/C++?)
or a better X11 integration in looking glass?
2. network X11 application sharing ,I mean working with 2 or more peoples on 1 application via the network (a bit like in Croquet Project : two persons can write/modify the same editor window distantly for example)
3. exploring physics engines and 3D for code visualisation and manipulation (which seems me really interesting, but I can't find good ideas of use of a physic engine for code visualization and manipulations, if you have ideas !!)
What do you all think about this ??????????????
Have you good ideas ?
Will the looking glass team be angry against me if I 'steal' all the looking glass concepts and reimplement them in C in the xgl/compiz engine ?????
and finally what do you all think about the bumptop demo ??
I think it is really promising but still a demo and not really usable with lots of files (imagine the garbage on your desktop with 500 files ;)
Mathieu aka dwarfy