Re: "Intel Will Not Support Ubuntu's XMir" What will be the consequences?
Got to say, I'm no expert on everything that's happening with Mir, Wayland, X etc, but I do agree with your post. I think it comes across as very unprofessional how this has been done, and I imagine there's nothing altruistic in their decision. I don't think Intel was rushing in to save the world at all. Rather, it seems to me that they simply aren't going to do the Mir work for Canonical, and this makes sense and you don't have to be a developer to understand that. Like you say, I am pretty confident that when Canonical made these decisions to go their own route, they knew things like this would happen. They knew they'd have to do their own work to make Mir viable.
Originally Posted by buzzingrobot
But the whole poisoning of Ubuntu thing going on is very sad indeed, and sad to see it going on outside of forums, spilling into professional companies doing and saying silly things.
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