[svlug] Finally got rid of that annoying gnome feature, known as hot corner

Jesse Monroy jesse650 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 23 19:58:51 PST 2015

On 11/23/15, Rick Moen <rick at linuxmafia.com> wrote:
> Quoting Jesse Monroy (jesse650 at gmail.com):
>> Linux. When my mother stated some issues to another brother,
>> he decide Mom need windows, and the latest, with the latest
>> printer, etc. Of course, he is not around 90+% of the time when
>> issues arise - I am.
>> FWIW: I realized in this mess, they are writing the latest windowing
>> system in Javascript with Python as a support agent.
>> Javascript is an excellent language for this, but Python must
>> have swallowed a pig.
> Javascript is excellent for something?  When did the world change and
> nobody sent me a memo?
> I'm not sure what you mean by 'latest windowing system' in this context.
> The reference Weston implementation of Wayland (display server aka
> compositor) is in C.  KDE's reference X window manager and future
> Wayland compositor (KWin) is in C++.
> Do you mean _Microsoft_ is writing a windowing system in Javascript with
> Python as a support agent?  That would be hideous, but somehow also
> appropriate.
if you want M$ to pollute the world is has Typescript

Javascript + Python = gnome-shell

As for C++, it is preparing it's own abortion. (don't get me started ;-) )


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