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Dividing the Linux desktop
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Little things that matter in language design
Making a remote GTK or QT UI is feasible and should not even be hard. AND since in that case only very little data is going to be transmitted, it can actually be useful.
FOSDEM: The Wayland display server
Posted Feb 18, 2012 21:04 UTC (Sat) by mathstuf (subscriber, #69389)
You could have automatic gvfs and KIO slaves made for wayland-local:/ and wayland-remote:/ protocols so that the local and the remote filesystems could be accessed. There's a lot more than just pushing pixels across a pipe to get the full experience of running a remote application as if it were local.
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