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  • lowlands
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    @Azreal5 I agree. F32 will come with Mesa 20 + kernel 5.5 (5.6?) + improved Mutter/Wayland/GNOME etc. so it will be a considerable improvement over F31. Now for the LTO optimizations in F32 there may be some issues which I guess will be ironed out when F33 arrives. Anyway, F31 + GNOME desktop already works fine for me so things can only get better with F32 & F33 :-)

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  • Azrael5
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    I consider Fedora 31 an Alfa, Fedora 32 a Beta release and Fedora 33 the final release. A good progression.

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  • Fedora 32 Aiming To Enable Link-Time Optimizations By Default For Packages

    Phoronix: Fedora 32 Aiming To Enable Link-Time Optimizations By Default For Packages

    In addition to finally enabling FSTRIM for flash-based storage devices, another arguably long overdue change slated for Fedora 32 to benefit performance is compiling packages by default with link-time optimizations (LTO) by the GCC compiler...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...2-LTO-Packages
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