Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 5th Dec 2012 16:56 UTC, submitted by estherschindler
X11, Window Managers "For two decades, X has been the foundation for Linux graphics. Ubuntu's decision late in 2010 to switch to Wayland shakes things up all the way to those roots. Just over a month ago, the official 1.0.0 release of Wayland appeared, as well as its associated Weston project. How will these milestones affect working GUI programmers? What will happen to all the existing toolkits - Qt, wxWindows, Tk, and others - on which so many graphical applications already depend?"
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RE[2]: X's era is in the past
by zima on Thu 6th Dec 2012 10:02 UTC in reply to "RE: X's era is in the past"
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The car interface has stopped evolving

Maybe not yet - autonomously driving cars are sort of a quite different concept, interface-wise.

Additionally, computerised dashboards are often quite horrible, there's a place for lots of improvement with them (they're often so bad that I wouldn't mind Apple focusing on the area, providing integrated solution for auto makers; with the influence of big & lavish US market on car designs, all would improve hopefully)

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