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  • Mani
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    Originally posted by Kemosabe View Post
    Sway is quite alright. Besides the keyboard stops working after resume (maybe that's a wlr issue though?), the single biggest thing I am puzzled by are these "dynamic workspaces" which are just an astonishing mess with more than one screen.
    Unfortunatelly all other wayland projects with the spirit of i3 seem to be dead (especially tragic to see way-cooler has died).
    Well I don't have the issue about the keyboard not working, but the dynamic workspaces are quite easy to turn off by just pinning the workspaces to a given monitor. I'm a little bit too lazy to look for it, but I'll leave you a link to my swayconfig where I "fixed" this for my workflow:

    https://github.com/ManIVIctorious/st...orkspaceConfig

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  • uid313
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    Imagine if the Phoronix website had a Git commit embed functionality, so instead of a screenshot, it would embed the Git commit message as HTML with the blockquote element.

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  • ssokolow
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    Originally posted by Danny3 View Post
    Congratulations to the Sway developers for putting such a good command line flag and standing up to Nvidia!
    I think KDE developers had a similar attitude, even though weaker.
    Disappointing that others bent over to Nvidia's sleazy decisions!
    Nvidia is still garbage with no good open source driver, disrespecting the privacy, security, freedom and the right to have an environment as clean as possible (planned obsolence).
    But their customers are also disappointing as they allow this kind of disrespect while they have the chance to buy something else.
    Funny enough, KDE's approach was:
    1. Refuse to support EGLStreams for nVidia
    2. Accept nVidia's offer to do the work for them
    3. Keep sending the nVidia guy running back to the driver team with questions about how to accomplish unarguably desirable compositor-y things that GBM allows and EGLStreams doesn't.
    ...so KDE's attitude may have been weaker, but it was arguably more effective in enacting change.

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  • Danny3
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    Congratulations to the Sway developers for putting such a good command line flag and standing up to Nvidia!
    I think KDE developers had a similar attitude, even though weaker.
    Disappointing that others bent over to Nvidia's sleazy decisions!
    Nvidia is still garbage with no good open source driver, disrespecting the privacy, security, freedom and the right to have an environment as clean as possible (planned obsolence).
    But their customers are also disappointing as they allow this kind of disrespect while they have the chance to buy something else.

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  • Kemosabe
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    Sway is quite alright. Besides the keyboard stops working after resume (maybe that's a wlr issue though?), the single biggest thing I am puzzled by are these "dynamic workspaces" which are just an astonishing mess with more than one screen.
    Unfortunatelly all other wayland projects with the spirit of i3 seem to be dead (especially tragic to see way-cooler has died).

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  • Sway 1.7 Nears Release With Less Abrasive NVIDIA Option, Zero-Copy Direct Scanout

    Phoronix: Sway 1.7 Nears Release With Less Abrasive NVIDIA Option, Zero-Copy Direct Scanout

    Sway 1.7 is up to its second release candidate for this popular i3-inspired Wayland lightweight compositor...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...x=Sway-1.7-rc2
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