Perhaps Maximus from Ubuntu netbook remix may help with emulating
matchbox behaviour? https://launchpad.net/maximus

I don't really have a say in this, but I'd go for EWMH compliance.
Even Compiz could be used in XO 1.5, since it has some 3D support.

2009/5/23 Jonas Smedegaard <d...@jones.dk>:
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> On Sat, May 23, 2009 at 07:30:15PM +0200, Bernie Innocenti wrote:
>>On 05/23/09 19:16, Bernie Innocenti wrote:
>>> I couldn't get this to boot, it hangs some time after the grub menu.
>>> But it might be because qemu is broken in Fedora 11.
>>
>>Oh, wait!  It was just damn slow because I wasn't using kvm
>>(permissions issue).
>>
>>Now I could test it, and it looks good, modulo the bugs that Tomeu and
>>Gary reported.  TurtleArt would work for me, but the window was
>>mispositioned.
>>
>>I'd say: let's switch early in the 0.86 release cycle, as soon as we've
>>shaked the major bugs, so activity maintainers have time to fix the
>>remaining issues in their code.
>
> Do you really mean to say that switching window manager should be done
> in a stable environment?  Or did you mean to suggest swtiching early
> _after_ the 0.86 release?
>
>
>
>>The only thing I didn't like very much is memory usage: 21MB VIRT, 10MB
>>RSS.  But I suppose we can't do much about it.
>
> Is the purpose to switch from one specific window manager to another
> specific one, or to move towards working properly with any
> EWMH-compliant window manager (and just picking one of them by default)?
>
> GNOME can work with different window managers too, even if it ships with
> this one as default.
>
>
>  - Jonas
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