Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 11th Nov 2003 21:43 UTC, submitted by John
X11, Window Managers The new X Server developed under the sponsorship of is aiming at replacing XFree86. Some code will be re-used but the core will be rewritten by Keith Packard and others. The new X server features full support for transparency, and has window-level image compositing among other things. Check out the screenshots (one more added, now there are four shots).
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Ha ha ha
by Rayiner Hashem on Tue 11th Nov 2003 21:52 UTC

So much for X sucks/is obsolete/etc! Anyway, I've got two questions:

1) What does this do to memory usage?
2) Does this mean that they can get rid of double-buffering in GTK+ and Qt?