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  Metisse
Metisse [1] is an X-based window system designed with two goals in mind.
First, it should make it easy for HCI researchers to design and implement innovative window management techniques Second, it should conform to existing standards and be robust and efficient enough to be used on a daily basis, making it a suitable platform for the evaluation of the proposed techniques.
Metisse is not focused on a particular kind of interaction (e.g.
insitu.lri.fr /metisse   (412 words)

  
 Metisse - Mandriva Linux   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Metisse is a window manager developped by the In Situ project.
Available under the GPL Licence and in exclusivity for Mandriva Linux, Metisse differs from a classic 3D desktop ("the cube") in the way that it offers innovative windows interactions, thus enforcing work efficiency.
You may have to read the first steps to use the full power of Metisse.
www.mandriva.com /en/projects/metisse   (185 words)

  
 Metisse Music <Music Publishing in Paris, France> -
In France, where Metisse Music is based, the intellectual property of artists has, for close to two centuries, been a preoccupation of people in high places, which has been a very good thing for creative people.
The philosophy behind Metisse Music is simple and two-fold: helping to make known music that is original and that in our view, merits attention in the market in which we are based; and protecting the rights of our authors and composers and making sure that they receive the income that is due to them.
Metisse Music represents in France, and often for the whole of Europe, authors and composers from abroad, mainly American, but also Cuban, Central and South American and from other European countries.
www.metisse-music.com /pages/content/other.php   (839 words)

  
 YouTube - Mandriva Linux 2007 Metisse Pager
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Metisse is a X-based Window manager that differ...
Metisse is a X-based Window manager that differs from any HCI you've ever seen.
www.youtube.com /watch?v=P09WLS2a1H0   (574 words)

  
 AutoWeek at the 2006 Paris Motor Show
A genuine show car with no pretence of production, the C-Metisse wowed with its dramatic proportions, long hood and super low roofline.
Add in the drama of its elegantly curved rear screen, gaping air intake below the chromed Citroen chevron nose d├ęcor and four scissor-hinged doors and the C-Metisse lived-up to its name — metisse is French for mixture.
It’s also the closest the French can get to a word for hybrid, which conveniently ties in with the show car’s diesel/electric powertrain, destined for production some time next decade.
www.autoweek.com /files/specials/2006_paris/citroen/cmetisse/pages/01.htm   (162 words)

  
 Gentoo Forums :: View topic - Metisse
All i have done is the following, all as root and all in the directory in which i unpacked the metisse and nucleo tarballs...
Ok, at least for me Metisse seems to be a bit sluggish here and there, but yes, I do realize it still very experimental.
Actually, it doesn't fail persay, in fact fvwmi is running but I've got nothing on my screen but borderless xterms...
forums.gentoo.org /viewtopic.php?t=191930   (1332 words)

  
 YouTube - Metisse on GNU/Linux demo
A demo of Metisse, an X-based window system des...
A demo of Metisse, an X-based window system designed with two goals in mind: make it easy to design and implement innovative window management techniques and conform to existing standards and be robust and efficient enough to be used on a daily basis, making it a suitable platform for the evaluation of the proposed techniques.
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www.youtube.com /watch?v=dxsUKX6xXyE   (545 words)

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