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  • #41
    Originally posted by 144Hz View Post
    DanL That’s like your opinion man.. And your opinion doesn’t matter.

    The only thing that matters are capable devs who are willing to take on the huge task of releasing and maintaining 1.21. Right now no one is willing to do that.
    Yeah sure, and you opinion always matters.

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    • #42
      tildearrow No, my opinion doesn’t matter. The Meritocracy matters. And they decided xorg 1.21 is not worth it for now. And we can only guess if 1.21 will ever matter.

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      • #43
        Just release Xorg 1.21 already, KDE is *not* ready for Wayland still, and I could care less about GNOME. The world doesn't revolve around GNOME it certainly won't for me.

        Until KDE has working Wayland support thats ready, Xorg is needed, Red Hat step up your game and stop continuing to be a GNOME only shop, it's getting pretty tiring already.

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        • #44
          Originally posted by spstarr View Post
          Just release Xorg 1.21 already, KDE is *not* ready for Wayland still, and I could care less about GNOME. The world doesn't revolve around GNOME it certainly won't for me.

          Until KDE has working Wayland support thats ready, Xorg is needed, Red Hat step up your game and stop continuing to be a GNOME only shop, it's getting pretty tiring already.
          GNOME is one of the easiest DE's to commercially support, so that isn't going to happen anytime soon.

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          • #45
            Originally posted by Vistaus View Post

            Who are these "lots of people"? Most laptops and even desktops don't even have NVIDIA GPU's anymore nowadays (as in: the past 6 years and even to this very day). Yes, you can put an NVIDIA card in yourself, but the majority of people don't do that.
            On the laptop world, if you want discrete graphics at the moment it will always be intel + nvidia. There's just next to no amd laptops out there. Laptop gaming is therefore a nvidia only job. Machine learning requires tensorflow, which requires CUDA which is nvidia specific. Only because you personally haven't bought nvidia in the last 6 years doesn't mean that magically nobody else does.

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            • #46
              spstarr Tough luck. Your desktop, your problems.

              You don’t get to dictate what Red Hat works on. If you care about Xorg and KDE then you need to act NOW. Red Hat fully deprecated KDE support in RHEL. KDE testing scope in Fedora got reduced too. And no one has step up to new Xorg development.

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              • #47
                Xorg 1.20.8 is now ready in Fedora32 \o/ Same with Linux 5.6.

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