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Old 02-09-2009, 12:10 PM   #1
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LXer: Compiz community shakeup could bring big improvements

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The development community behind the open source Compiz window manager is undergoing a major reorganization effort that will converge disparate branches of the project and help it overcome its recent lack of direction. Compiz is responsible for bringing rich visual effects such as cube rotation, transparency, shadows, and wobbly windows to the Linux desktop. It includes a powerful compositing engine that leverages hardware-accelerated 3D graphics and the latest features of Xorg. It is shipped with several popular Linux distributions and is extremely popular among Linux enthusiasts.



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