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AW: GUI Libraries, Frame Buffer and Input Devices
- Date: Tue, 14 Dec 2010 13:08:48 +0100
- From: sebastien at milkymist.org (Sébastien Bourdeauducq)
- Subject: AW: GUI Libraries, Frame Buffer and Input Devices
On Tuesday 14 December 2010 12:48:30 Johannes Schock wrote:
> You can do advertisement for your project as much as you like, but
> spreading comments like
> >> Microwindows, Nano-X, nxlib... the X11 sandwich: layers of crap make
> >> good
> >> food? ;-)
> >> Nano-X demos = jokes
> is not the way you keep a discussion objective. It's more like spreading
> FUD against a commercial opponent.
No, it is not.
First, I'm not at all into GUI business, and I have little, if any, interest
in it. The MTK project is something I didn't like to do, but had to be done,
because sadly there was no acceptable open source solution to my embedded GUI
And it's just fair to call this a joke:
when there are embedded GUIs which look like this:
Acknowledging the problem and calling things what they are is working towards
a solution, and not FUD at all.