Linked by David Adams on Thu 18th Aug 2011 19:09 UTC, submitted by Michael
Graphics, User Interfaces While the BFS scheduler is getting ready to celebrate its second birthday, in just three weeks AMD's open-source Radeon graphics driver strategy for Linux will be turning four years old . . . which has ended up being a game-changer in the Linux world. AMD continues to support open-source hardware enablement on their latest graphics processors and recently even hired more developers to work on the code and documentation. How far have they come though in four years?
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"This precludes them from working with Wayland.

That's non-issue for at least a couple of years to come. Perhaps even longer.

That kind of works both ways, if the drivers work well.

It would be easier and more feasible that the project will be a success. Thus the project might be finished sooner as it attracts more developers.

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