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  • #11
    Originally posted by debianxfce View Post
    What is your theory to why IBM software sucks as this blog post proves?
    You say that as though everyone else agrees IBM software sucks...

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    • #12
      Originally posted by debianxfce View Post

      It is not doable when a canonical developer steps in trying to solve gnome3 problems. IBM software is badly designed and implemented to prevent the success of the Linux desktop.
      https://www.redhat.com/en/partners/microsoft
      It must hurt you to post all theses rants toward IBM, while typing it on a IBM layout keyboard, on a IBM PC compatible...

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      • #13
        Originally posted by 144Hz View Post
        Ubuntu are still discussing wayland.
        https://community.ubuntu.com/t/wayland-for-19-10/10983

        So they need to fix multimonitor, Nvidia driver issues and get risk of crashers. Should be doable.
        Fixing issues with proprietary NVidia drivers on Wayland? They've been always awful, I don't think it's "doable" at all.

        They should just ignore proprietary NVidia on Wayland, as they're not willing to cooperate, and people who need the perf of their proprietary drivers are probably better off with X, because that's what games are available for.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by DoMiNeLa10 View Post

          Fixing issues with proprietary NVidia drivers on Wayland? They've been always awful, I don't think it's "doable" at all.

          They should just ignore proprietary NVidia on Wayland, as they're not willing to cooperate, and people who need the perf of their proprietary drivers are probably better off with X, because that's what games are available for.
          Good for Wayland devs for not caring about NVIDIA, who in turn has refused for 20+ years to provide free and open source drivers, something that all of its competitors have done to some extent. Not only has NVIDIA refused to help open source developers, it actively hinders them by not releasing the signed firmware needed to operate the cards. Let us all join Linus Torvalds and give NVIDIA the big, fat middle finger it deserves!

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          • #15
            DoMiNeLa10 I think you underestimate the van vugt factor. Besides tons of MRs he also did a year worth of triaging and profiling. He is The One.

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            • #16
              I hope mixed-dpi comes next on the table.

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              • #17
                Maybe by 2025 it'll be reliably stable, performance driven and a clear replacement to Xorg. For now, it's an option I ignore on Debian.

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by Marc Driftmeyer View Post
                  Maybe by 2025 it'll be reliably stable, performance driven and a clear replacement to Xorg. For now, it's an option I ignore on Debian.
                  No hi- or even mixed-dpi, obviously.

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