I just checked wikipedia which answered my confusion reading the article. I.e. that beryl was part of the merge, and that there doesn't appear to be an alternative... except android. It seems like it will take an OS that needs to fit on a cell phone, to truly dictate that things like zooming windows are absolute requirements. So I think once we see the same OS being used on our cell phones as our workstations, is the day when the motivation will be in place to have a rock solid 3D desktop implementation.
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