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  1. I was also very curious and found this from the...

    I was also very curious and found this from the manual



    http://www.gnu.org/software/guix/manual/guix.html#Introduction
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    Not sure what you are asking but my understanding...

    Not sure what you are asking but my understanding is that we'll have a fully working GNOME desktop on Wayland when 3.14 comes out.
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    Sounds nice. Hopefully we'll see GNOME 3.14 land...

    Sounds nice. Hopefully we'll see GNOME 3.14 land in a main distro release this year.
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    That blog is interesting for sure, thanks.

    That blog is interesting for sure, thanks.
  5. That monitor surely looks good, but in a well lit...

    That monitor surely looks good, but in a well lit environment it will be a mirror (glossy panel).
  6. Good news, hope this goes will.

    Good news, hope this goes will.
  7. That's an universal truth, no OS does everything...

    That's an universal truth, no OS does everything very well. However, for the average person with consumerish use cases, like watching netflix or playing the newest Battlefield, Windows is the obvious...
  8. It goes both ways.. just because you don't have...

    It goes both ways.. just because you don't have problems, doesn't mean it's unproblematic for everyone. Not saying you even implied that, just talking out loud here.
  9. The Linux desktop experience is certainly...

    The Linux desktop experience is certainly lacking. I have hope that Wayland will directly and indirectly make a change though.
  10. This. I know code has been polished for years...

    This. I know code has been polished for years against X11, and it will take time to get to the same point with Wayland. However, we have the hardcore LTS distros for those who need a truly stable...
  11. DEs are taking their sweet time with Wayland...

    DEs are taking their sweet time with Wayland support. Just as with gnome, I'll be surprised if anything truly usable comes out this year.
  12. nuclear page flipping, hilarious

    nuclear page flipping, hilarious
  13. But if you game with the same machine, it...

    But if you game with the same machine, it obviously would come handy to have a GPU that is energy efficient & not very noisy at idle.
  14. Thanks for this. Was just gonna get a GTX 750,...

    Thanks for this. Was just gonna get a GTX 750, seems like the perfect gpu for work / casual gaming.
  15. Yes things are changing but I'm referring to...

    Yes things are changing but I'm referring to actual user experience.
  16. I agree, it's not like GNOME is a company and we...

    I agree, it's not like GNOME is a company and we are their customers. There was a plan and it didn't work out perfectly, big deal. However, on a larger scale, the state of Linux desktop and the pace...
  17. No, 3.10 was supposed to be the last one to use X...

    No, 3.10 was supposed to be the last one to use X as default. 3.12 was planned to have fully working Wayland as default. https://wiki.gnome.org/Initiatives/Wayland
  18. I was very much looking forward to the "complete...

    I was very much looking forward to the "complete port of GNOME to Wayland" they planned for 3.12. I get the feeling it's going to take another year before there is even one fully usable desktop on...
  19. Built-in pdf viewer & flash player is why.

    Built-in pdf viewer & flash player is why.
  20. I come here several times a day to read the news,...

    I come here several times a day to read the news, but my work is Windows-specific stuff (for now) so I just do all my surfing on Windows.
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