Linked by boulabiar on Mon 16th Aug 2010 21:36 UTC
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu In June 2009 we had some very good news about the integration of multitouch events support inside the Linux kernel. Since then, many multitouch device drivers were developed, mostly in collaboration with LII-ENAC, to take advantage from this. All the work was kernel-based, and multitouch supports needs more components to be added in a stack to get multitouch working out of the box. Canonical got interested in providing the needed user experience for multitouch by developing a new gesture engine that recognizes the grammar of natural hand gestures and provide them upstream in the stack as new events.
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excellent work
by cybelle383 on Tue 17th Aug 2010 20:40 UTC
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The society is facing problems with such laws. This has to go legal and it’s needed to be sorted at the earlier. Auto Part Index

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RE: excellent work
by cybelle383 on Tue 17th Aug 2010 20:42 in reply to "excellent work"
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2010-08-17" Auto Part Index

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