> 1. Graphic outputs over the network (as discussed above)
> 2. Audio output over the network (TCP support in Pulseaudio is very effective)
I beg to differ, it is very bandwidth heavy, around 4MBps by default.
xpra supports that (setting up the X11 cookie etc), but it would need audio compression to be really useful. Also, the default pa tcp mode does not support disconnection/re-connection...
> 3. Copy-n-paste over the network. Hopefully some standard for clipboard managers will be implemented. Hopefully HTML-aware in a manner similar to Windows.
xpra does that
> 4. Notifications over the network.
xpra does that - tray icon support is planned
> 5. File transfer support.
Not implemented - not sure we want to either.
> 6. Some sort of thing for supporting weird input devices. Like USB support for generic devices.. things for special input support like game devices or accessability devices. I don't know.
On the todo list so we can support things like pressure sensitive devices over the network (ie: android clients)
> 7. Some lovely way to securely tunnel it all. SSH would be great I expect.
xpra supports ssh and will have an AES/SPEKE secure tcp mode in the next release (probably)