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    Phoronix: GNOME 3.14 Beta Released

    The first beta of the upcoming GNOME 3.14 has been released ahead of its expected general availability in September...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTc2OTc

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    I checked the news in the mailing list and see some API breakage and thats ok, but I dont see any functionality removed. What happened to GNOME devs?!

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    • #3
      Can I finally use Wayland+XWayland normally on GNOME or will we have to wait for 3.16?

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        I updated to gnome 13.3 I don't know if this is the beta realese. But for me gnome is a lot smother. All animation is very nice now. Also the new evince gui is much better. Sadly my git build of geary broke. But maybe a rebuild fix that. All extension I use still work after I updated the metadata to support 13.3

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Akka View Post
          I updated to gnome 13.3 I don't know if this is the beta realese. But for me gnome is a lot smother. All animation is very nice now. Also the new evince gui is much better. Sadly my git build of geary broke. But maybe a rebuild fix that. All extension I use still work after I updated the metadata to support 13.3
          13.3 should have been 3.13.3

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          • #6
            What did the decide on their notification area revamp?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Vidar View Post
              Can I finally use Wayland+XWayland normally on GNOME or will we have to wait for 3.16?
              It's been asked for 6 years.

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                Originally posted by Vidar View Post
                Can I finally use Wayland+XWayland normally on GNOME or will we have to wait for 3.16?
                http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/Wayland
                http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/GNOME3.12

                My answer would be: for sure you'll be able to test it without special tweaks, and to run most applications, but don't expect it to be as stable and complete as X11 yet.

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