Originally Posted by hlfmanhlfamazng
You're also right about ATI's support of drivers and the grassroots "requirement". I think that's part of the reason why they opened up the docs for the DRI
Actually, you do have a very valid point there. I also agree with you, for all intents and purposes the DRI drivers totally rock this world for what they were intended. Unfortunately for ATI this does harm their reputation. While trying to appear virtuous, they appear incompetent...but then again we already knew their software teams are incompetent otherwise their users wouldn't be following a string of fixes every month.