Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 22nd Sep 2005 15:51 UTC, submitted by William Lahti
Linux The first snapshot release of Komodo, a next-generation Linux/.NET-based operating system, is now available. "A new desktop environment codenamed Dagon is now being developed with [D-Bus, Composite, Linux 2.6] to bring a new face of Linux to users. The environment is being developed around the Emotion graphics/UI toolkit to best make use of these new display and communication technologies as well as to provide a solid and useable interface for casual users." Get the latest snapshots from their FTP servers. Read more information for developers, users and enterprise users.
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RE[3]: nice, but... why?
by on Thu 22nd Sep 2005 19:29 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: nice, but... why?"

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Because contrary to popular belief, you can't just barge in into GNOME or KDE and start coding with the big KDE/GNOME guys. That's not how it works (sadly one one side, thankfully on the other).

Yeah, and I said previously now they're defacto working for RedHat and Suse....but without the pay. But at least these guys are doing something pretty different.

I have a feeling the performance isn't going to be great -especially on low-end machines because of Cairo.

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RE[4]: nice, but... why?
by fury on Fri 23rd Sep 2005 16:11 in reply to "RE[3]: nice, but... why?"
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Mono limits performance more than Cairo, but both of those are getting better every day. Performance has not yet been one of our *major* pursuits (since other distros usually make it one of their *only* pursuites)

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