Linked by vivainio on Thu 14th Oct 2010 11:31 UTC
KDE In his lengthy and interesting blog post covering the future of Plasma, KDE's Aaron Seigo proposes Qt Quick and QML (a declarative language that embeds JavaScript) as replacement of the Graphics View architecture currently used by Plasma. This holds a promise of massive speedups and cheap effects as all paint operations become candidates for OpenGL acceleration, contrary to the aging Graphics View architecture that is still stuck with various inefficiencies caused by the underlying QPainter approach. Expressiveness and easy programmability of QML is a nice bonus, of course.
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RE[8]: Curious view
by TheGZeus on Tue 19th Oct 2010 14:49 UTC in reply to "RE[7]: Curious view"
TheGZeus
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2010-05-19

Wow, that sounds awesome.
I'm fighting with the results of OpenBSD "hmm. I'm not liking this. I see why people would. I don't. I'll try freebsd" sysinstall can't write to MTA-formatted drives...
_trying_ to dd them away from MTA formatting, but I may have to do something less brute-force-hack.

In any case, I now see the benefits to both install methods. I just have different priorities from OpenBSD, and I think FreeBSD embodies the philosophy of this particular project. If I was building a NAS or wanted to see how far I could get with vanilla 'real' Unix, I'd totally be on OpenBSD.
FreeBSD has a few more bells and whistles I want, and more focus on performance.
Strokes, folks, etc.

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