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  1. Hope to see IntelliJ IDEA ported too. So you can...

    Hope to see IntelliJ IDEA ported too.
    So you can run Android Studio, PyCharms and PhpStorm on Wayland.
  2. It is a shame it takes so long time, and this...

    It is a shame it takes so long time, and this wasn't already done in 3.12. :(
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    Opera is proprietary

    They can take their proprietary software and shove it up where the sun don't shine!

    It is basically a proprietary modification of Chromium. Might as well use Chromium instead.
  4. DRI3 is the successor to DRI2. It allows...

    DRI3 is the successor to DRI2.
    It allows tear-free rendering.
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    Thing is X11 is low level, and people should not...

    Thing is X11 is low level, and people should not code application software against libx11.

    People should code against GTK or Qt, and then the toolkit abstract away the underlying window system or...
  6. The new Intel Broadwell processors seems very...

    The new Intel Broadwell processors seems very interesting and many of them will be passively cooled.

    Also the new Intel NUC seems interesting, and the new Intel Atom SoCs.

    Would be nice to see...
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    As long as your application is written in a...

    As long as your application is written in a toolkit that supports Wayland then your application should work on both X11 and Wayland, assuming you don't use any X11-specific calls.

    GTK 3, Qt 5 and...
  8. XWayland

    I wonder if XWayland is enabled on the version shipped in the Ubuntu repository.
  9. There is an xwayland package in the Ubuntu...

    There is an xwayland package in the Ubuntu repository though.
    Wayland and Weston is in the repository too.

    I rather run Wayland which is what everyone will be running, instead of running...
  10. Performance

    Great!

    Now the only thing remaining is for GLAMOR to be heavily optimized to outperform like SNA and XAA.
  11. Yeah, but non-AMD can use X.Org with XWayland?...

    Yeah, but non-AMD can use X.Org with XWayland?
    Or X.Org was compiled with XWayland disabled because Catalyst don't support it?
  12. XWayland

    Finaly!
    This means XWayland support! :)
  13. Meh

    Unless it has Linux games, I don't consider it a real Humble Indie Bundle.
  14. Support for X without root privileges,...

    Support for X without root privileges, DRI3+Present.
    Wow, awesome!

    Hope to soon see this get released.
    Sounds very promising.
  15. KDE

    How will KDE, Xfce, LXDE, Enlightenment and other desktop environments tackle user sessions?
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    Most gamers use Windows. Windows is a better...

    Most gamers use Windows.

    Windows is a better platform for gaming, not only does it support OpenGL, but also DirectX.
    It has lots of more games.
    Better optimized drivers with higher performance....
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    But if you look at Ubuntu 14.10 "Utopic Unicorn"...

    But if you look at Ubuntu 14.10 "Utopic Unicorn" which isn't even released yet, it still have plenty of packages which are from GNONE 3.10, and 3.8, a few even from 3.6.
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    Release schedule

    It would be cool if GNOME synced their release schedule with Fedora or Ubuntu or something...
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    X.Org

    Now if they could only update their X.Org Server to 1.16...
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    Benchmark

    It would be nice to see LLVM support for DragonFly BSD.

    And would be nice to see a FreeBSD vs DragonFly BSD benchmark.
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