Centralization of graphical awesomeness

Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman) raster at rasterman.com
Tue Oct 27 10:21:59 CET 2009

On Tue, 27 Oct 2009 10:01:58 +0100 DJDAS <djdas at djdas.net> said:

> AHAHAHAHAH.....Guy, please go home....
> I followed this thread and read too much bul***it but now it's very very 
> interesting your position! So E it's a very 
> optimized-full_of_fancy-magical-biggest window manager BUT all of his 
> stuff works like Qt only if you don't use them! :D VERY FUNNY!
> Please stop spitting sh*t on the Glamo and the Freerunner, E is simply a 
> pain-in-the-a** and nothing more.
> It never NEVER worked in an acceptable manner in EVERY my desktop system 
> since 4 years (with nVidia graphics cards, not "GLAMO" or Freerunner), 
> Compiz+XFCE are light-years way faster and optimized than that E's bunch 
> of uncommented and "always-in.beta" (and not standards compliant) code...
> Please don't fool our brains and simply admit you are not able to work 
> on embedded systems as on desktop (and personally I've got some doubts 
> even on this).
> I can't accept to read something like "my code is highly optimized BUT 
> as you have a shi**y device you cannot run on it unless you deactivate 
> all its features"....go work in Micro$oft and write their "optimized" 
> Aero GUI pretending to work on a 10Ghz quadcore Cray processor with 1TB 
> RAM and 4 graphics card....
> Be serious please...

you show and immense amount of knowledge here, both of the hardware, of
software and graphics in general. i'm amazed. i shall take your advice as you
obviously are someone of massive experience. i see that people reporting that
its faster and better on a gta01 @ 266 mhz (2/3 the cpu powerd), same screen
and no glamo are obviously wrong. you indeed know much more. the smooth
rendering on a 206mhz strong arm is obviously just incorrect and i'm a fool to
think so. i shall be quiet and let your amazing skills make everything
blindingly fast and smooth.

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The Rasterman (Carsten Haitzler)    raster at rasterman.com

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