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  • phoenk
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    Originally posted by Konstantin A. View Post
    I used firefox-wayland in f28, and it was crashing every few hours...

    Gnome-shell under wayland, keeps crashing here and there in f29...

    It's time i guess, after 10 years, to swallow their pride, and develop something new. I mean soon, it will start considered an old protocol...
    You are aware that software isn't stuck in time from when you first used it, right? Everyone knew when it was first released as a non-default that it was a buggy mess. But that's the point, it allowed users to test and report bugs to make it not that buggy mess.

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  • treba
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    Konstantin A. Sorry to say it this way, but you simply have no clue about the matter and you know it

    @topic: Great to see this! Apart from all the great stuff, no startup flickering any more when accelerated compositing is enabled in a wayland session

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  • Konstantin A.
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    I used firefox-wayland in f28, and it was crashing every few hours...

    Gnome-shell under wayland, keeps crashing here and there in f29...

    It's time i guess, after 10 years, to swallow their pride, and develop something new. I mean soon, it will start considered an old protocol...

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  • WolfpackN64
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    Originally posted by Adriannho View Post
    But what about Chromium?
    Fedora doesn't ship Chromium by default, so...

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  • tildearrow
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    uid313, it's your turn.

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  • Adriannho
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    But what about Chromium?

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  • Fedora 30 Planning To Use Wayland-Enabled Firefox By Default

    Phoronix: Fedora 30 Planning To Use Wayland-Enabled Firefox By Default

    For the past two and a half years there has been a non-default Firefox package with Wayland support available to Fedora users running Fedora Workstation with the GNOME Shell. For the Fedora 30 release due out this spring, they are planning to ship the Firefox Wayland back-end by default...

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