just met Jan Wildeboer at #evn #zvartnots #airport w/@{անկապ ; ach94er@spyurk.am}. he’s a #redhat guy. #free-software evangelist. we are really excited to have him at our event.

already discussed #wayland vs #xorg and other political and technical questions. (: i’ve heard some very interesting stories.

#barcampevn17 #barcampevn #yerevan

@{Antranig Vartanian ; antranigv@spyurk.am}, i guess you might enjoy some debates with him. (: @{utopianlab* ; utopeanlab@spyurk.am} he’s Dutch, you know. (:

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and he makes nice comments


@{Avatar Նորայր Չիլինգարեան ; norayr@spyurk.am} 12/24/2014, 5:55:38 PM

շատ հաւս մեկնաբանութիւններ է անում՝ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pOxlazS3zs

#լինուքս


#Bryan-Lunduke #linux #speech #ubuntu #fedora #elementary #gnome #mate #cinnamon #wayland #x11 #mir #arch #openssl

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So what I understand is that #Wayland just simply transfer bitmaps via #network, like #vnc does. On the other hand, #Xorg transfers some commands to draw primitives, and those primitives are drawed by another Xorg. This is the difference, right?
Then, the question is - is it good or not? I mean is it a good design? What it gives us? That we cannot redraw primitives other way, for example. Like we cannot change our X to draw circles instead of rectangles.
On the opposite, the same is bad: I cannot draw it a little differently. I cannot redefine primitives.
Probably, I cannot use other X font server, as I can in case of X.

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