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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Great to see the Wilhem Tux
signing & time-stamping work land in master for 4.5.
Great also to see Noel Grandin's great progress on the VclPtr
Built ESC stats and prototype agenda; misc. admin.
Pleased to see the great work from Tobias Madl and
Jennifer Liebel working as interns at Munich in master. This
gives a rather nice priority based main-loop that separates
idle priorities from timers - allowing eg. idle re-rendering
and re-sizing tobe handled ~immediately and not on a timeout,
which should make 4.5 much snappier in several cases. This
should also enable a larger cleanup of the code to allow
deferred instead of immediate painting.
Chat with Thorsten, dinner, babes to bed; turned round
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