> I think that would be interesting as well. Of course, I would also > like > to see Haiku and/or other operating systems support some of X's > "exotic" > capabilities as well. I love being able to ssh into a Linux box with > X > forwarding enabled, and being able to start apps there and have them > accessible locally along with my other applications. That can be done with Haiku as well. We should have a relatively working VNC server :) Btw, BeOS sources had support for a networked version of the app_server link protocol, but it wasn't enabled. I'm not sure it ever worked though. I believe many apps would have problems with that, as many just use BBitmap::Bits() without locking it, making it unaware of when changes happen (and so when it needs to be uploaded back). (but that can be fixed when we have sources. > >> Of course, now with the Intel Nano processors in the market, > > > mobile > >> computing doesn't necessarily mean mostly ARM any more. > >> > > > > I wonder how long it will be before Win Mobile is focused on > > Nano... > > > > > We can only hope that MS makes a focus shift to it, and drives > themselves out of business... ;-) If only! François.