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    Phoronix: KDE Should Be Fully Running On Wayland Next Summer

    While KDE's KWin has experimental Wayland support in KDE 4.11, it won't be until about one year from now where the Wayland support for the KDE desktop is fully baked and offered in a release form. The wait should be worth it though with the exciting KDE Plasma Workspaces 2 and KDE Frameworks 5...

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

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    it need's to say "Kubuntu Should Be Fully Running On Wayland Next Summer" and PS F** Off Canonical
    you know thats a Slap in the face Kubuntu is going for Full Wayland

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    Quote Originally Posted by LinuxGamer View Post
    it need's to say "Kubuntu Should Be Fully Running On Wayland Next Summer" and PS F** Off Canonical
    you know thats a Slap in the face Kubuntu is going for Full Wayland
    At the bottom of his blog there's white text on white background, select it with the mouse to read it, it says just that.

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    Summer 2014 will then (hopefully!) see the first stable version of Plasma Workspaces 2, running natively on a Wayland stack.
    One shouldn't put anything related to KDE and the word "stable" in the same sentence.

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    Dear Canonical,



    Sincerely,
    Wayland

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    Quote Originally Posted by prodigy_ View Post
    One shouldn't put anything related to KDE and the word "stable" in the same sentence.
    I can say the Same for all Ubuntu Release's to date. now for Debian 7.1 alls i can say is Stable, but some times i like to fix shit

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    Quote Originally Posted by prodigy_ View Post
    One shouldn't put anything related to KDE and the word "stable" in the same sentence.
    Hi!

    I just wanted to say that KDE and Kubuntu work in a stable way in two computers that I manage, virtual machines, computers of some of my friends and two computers that manages an acquaintance of mine. Those are the places where I have directly seen KDE and Kubuntu working.

    There's a "Virtual machine of Kubuntu 11.04 i386 Desktop, stable version" on
    https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0B2...dfaGdJTUU/edit
    to conduct experiments on it.

    I usually also employed a copy of it as a virtual machine and it works stably.

    Using a virtual machine, we avoid the problems of drivers that need development, driver developments that need funding, companies that hide details of their hardware and so it hinders driver developments, etc.

    About it, there is a README.txt on the same web address.

    If you have any doubt, on this thread you can make questions. Greetings!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark45 View Post
    At the bottom of his blog there's white text on white background, select it with the mouse to read it, it says just that.
    I ctrl A-ed the page and couldn't find the invisible text.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonadow View Post
    I ctrl A-ed the page and couldn't find the invisible text.
    Try soaking your monitor in citric acid and sticking it to the oven. That should do the trick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dee. View Post
    Try soaking your monitor in citric acid and sticking it to the oven. That should do the trick.
    You don't need to do that.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sebastian Kügler
    We can compare them (Mir and Wayland) right now, and this is what we base our planning on. If the situation changes dramatically, be sure that we’ll react to these changes. As it looks like right now, users are simply better off with this roadmap as it aims at stability, not disrupting the user experience, while making technological progress.

    Mir targets one desktop as a design decision from day one, not a decision that has been made after upstream projects have expressed their reservations. The barriers for Mir adoption are not purely technical, however. For upstreams, that means: it’s inferior in its development process, in its ability to be interfaces from third party projects, in its licensing and from a development status point of view. These points make the decision fairly straightforward.

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