> > On 2008-02-27 at 09:45:32 [+0100], Fredrik Modéen <fredrik@xxxxxxxxx> > wrote: > > Can one Post them here? > > Of course! To encourage this was one of the points of my post. :-) > > > I have a couple of them :) > > > > -Like real Multi monitor support (driver, app_server, screen > > preference). > > Can be divided to only include one driver and app_server (perhaps > > need’s a branch) , I know it’s breaking our goal on > > making a > > binary compatible BeOS R5 but we have most of the graphic drivers > > :) > > Yes, that's a nice one too. Yes good idea. And it doesn't require breaking binary compatibility with apps, as there is BScreen already (just some apps use it wrongly and should be fixed). > > > - A HD 3D driver for a graphic card Nvidia, ATI, Intel or VIA, > > perhaps > > begin with ATI R100 - R200 I think we have one in our community how > > has > > the docs (through NDA but perhaps AMD are willing to drip the NDA?) > > Actually, AMD has just released 3D programming docs for R5xx. The new radeon gallium driver in the works at freedesktop.org might also be an interesting track to follow (cf. my blog about FOSDEM). > > - This is probably more to R2 but native support for more than 3 > > buttons > > on a mouse and a Mouse Preference that support those buttons? Also > > need > > to change GetMouse() I suppose? > > This would best be implemented as device + filter add-on combo for > the > input_server. Actually, the usb_hid driver could be extended to > handle more > device descriptions. So only a filter add-on would need to be made. > Plus > preflet to configure actions. SpicyKeys can probably handle extra buttons to do useful things... As I said last year, we could use an ext2/3 fs to share things with linux (like the source tree ;)). I suppose the Media Kit could use recording support. François.