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  1. I don't think that is particularly relevant since...

    I don't think that is particularly relevant since the equivalent is just a toy volunteer project. There are plenty of counter examples where KDE and GNOME have worked together on freedesktop.org...
  2. Tentatively, yes ...

    Tentatively, yes

    https://blogs.gnome.org/mclasen/2015/01/19/gnome-wayland-porting-the-endgame/
  3. All changes are upstream. If Wayland doesn't...

    All changes are upstream. If Wayland doesn't work, it will use Xorg as fallback.
  4. Yes. Fedora 22 Alpha shipped with it. Working...

    Yes. Fedora 22 Alpha shipped with it. Working fine.
  5. Firefox in Fedora 22 is already using GTK3

    Firefox in Fedora 22 is already using GTK3
  6. http://lmgtfy.com/?q=rhel+7+gnome+3.14 ...

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=rhel+7+gnome+3.14

    https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1109302
  7. That is just not true. It is pretty useful for...

    That is just not true. It is pretty useful for trade shows or community events where writing to multiple usb disks in parallel is not uncommon.
  8. Not really. Changes are pretty trivially...

    Not really. Changes are pretty trivially recognizable.

    https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Systemd#How_do_I_customize_a_unit_file.2F_add_a_custom_unit_file.3F

    latest version of systemd even...
  9. Mirroring the entire file would of course be...

    Mirroring the entire file would of course be silly thing to do. You only override what you are actually changing.
  10. I don't know what is so confusing. You have a...

    I don't know what is so confusing. You have a file in /usr/. You can override specific portions or the entire file in /etc/. Program will read /etc first and /usr next and combine them both if...
  11. /usr is system supplied. /etc is user overrides....

    /usr is system supplied. /etc is user overrides. that is the difference.
  12. It depends very much on how the program is...

    It depends very much on how the program is configured. For Apache or systemd, you leave the pristine settings alone and override only what you need. This is the preferred way of working with...
  13. Home cannot be used for setting overrides when it...

    Home cannot be used for setting overrides when it is not user specific. A common pattern for a lot of programs these days is to drop vendor configuration in /usr/lib and user defined custom...
  14. Aufs isn't a cross distribution supported...

    Aufs isn't a cross distribution supported filesystem since it isn't part of the upstream kernel. Any references you can provide on what you are talking about would be useful anyway. Systemd is...
  15. Yep. If you are using a display manager, you...

    Yep. If you are using a display manager, you will need to push upstreams to add support for it. GDM is further along than everyone else in this.
  16. All the necessary patches have been pushed...

    All the necessary patches have been pushed upstream by Fedora but your distribution has to setup some configuration for it to work out of the box. Ask them.
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    You can change the default zoom level to "small"...

    You can change the default zoom level to "small" in Nautilus preferences.
  18. It could be slowing it down and in that case, I...

    It could be slowing it down and in that case, I would file a bug report but just because you have a fast drive doesn't mean you don't want the other features. If you truly don't need it, then it is...
  19. Not true. Plymouth is not just a splash screen. ...

    Not true. Plymouth is not just a splash screen.

    http://web.dodds.net/~vorlon/wiki/blog/Plymouth_is_not_a_bootsplash/
  20. Not sure what that means. Wayland is just a...

    Not sure what that means. Wayland is just a protocol. Maybe you are referring to Weston? That doesn't affect other independent compositors.
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