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[News] X Server 1.6 Eyed, Employment in Free Desktops Defended

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X Server 1.6 Gets A Release Schedule

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| Back in September when the X developers raided the Edinburgh Zoo for the 2008 
| X Developers' Summit, Intel's Keith Packard made the rather dramatic 
| announcement that he intended to ship X Server 1.6 and he would step up as 
| the release manager.    


X developers mostly do it for a living. Linux (kernel space) is a job.

openDesktop.org Launches Job Board

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| Unlike other job boards the openDesktop.org job board is completely free - 
| both to those listing jobs and those looking for jobs. We will finance the 
| hosting with advertising and sponsorships.  



More Work On Red Hat's Wayland Project

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| Since publishing the world's first look at Wayland, a nano display server for
| Linux with an integrated compositing manager, there has been much interest in
| this emerging Red Hat project. While this project is still in its infancy,
| below are a few more notes about recent changes with Wayland.


New Wayland X server looks to how a modern desktop works

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| The new Wayland X server strips down what is considered obligatory in an X
| Server to reveal a lightweight display server. The Wayland project was
| started by Kristian Høgsberg and is still a very young project, revised daily
| and being rapidly developed. Wayland's design approach is to have a server
| which only supports the features used by a modern composite desktop
| environment.


Wayland: A New X Server For Linux

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| It's no secret that much of the code-base that makes up the modern-day X.Org
| Server is old and in some places bloated. The X.Org Server continues to
| evolve and has received a number of major additions in recent times, but
| wouldn't a clean and lighter server that is designed around today's needs be
| ideal? Red Hat's Kristian Høgsberg has started a new project, which is
| currently known as Wayland, and is just that: a new lightweight X Server.
| Wayland isn't just a rewrite of the current X Server, but instead it's a
| small server that is designed around some of the latest graphics technologies
| such as kernel mode-setting and the Graphics Execution Manager. Wayland also
| has its own built-in compositing manager.


[ANNOUNCE] xserver 1.5.3


New DMX Server Provides More Features, Less Complex

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| David Reveman, a key developer of XGL and Compiz, has announced new work he
| has done on the DMX (Distributed Multi-head X) Server.


Fedora moves the X server

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| Testers of the Fedora 10 beta (or Rawhide) have recently noticed that the X
| server has been moved from its traditional home on virtual terminal 7 to VT1.


The joy of X - master the Linux GUI

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| If you're a Linux user you have no doubt heard of GNOME and KDE. These
| popular desktop environments are really the pinnacle of a deep iceberg of
| technology with the X-Windows graphical interface underpinning it all. Here
| are a couple of ways to tame X, kicking off a journey of unlimited ability to
| change the Linux look-and-feel.


X Server 1.5.2 Released, Brings Bug Fixes

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| X Server 1.5.1 was only released two and a half weeks ago as a quick bug-fix
| release to X Server 1.5.0, which is the server component for X.Org 7.4, but
| today we have a third release. Adam Jackson has announced the release of X
| Server 1.5.2 with 14 changes.


[ANNOUNCE] xserver 1.5.0

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| This is almost certainly the server that will go into Xorg 7.4.  The
| module set for same is available here:
| http://xorg.freedesktop.org/archive/preview-X11R7.4/src/
| If you see anything missing that should be present, or present that
| should be absent, yell very loudly, right now.  Otherwise that'll go
| gold in a day or two.

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