PipeWire Is In Increasingly Great Shape - Ready For More User Testing
PipeWire lead developer Wim Taymans feels that the code is at a state where "PulseAudio, JACK and ALSA backends being usable if not 100% feature complete yet." It's in good enough shape that he and others on the Red Hat desktop team are hoping to see more user testing happen with the latest PipeWire code.
PipeWire now has a full functioning session manager with Wireplumber, human-redable handling of audio devices, support for creating audio sink devices with JACK, support for creating devices with GStreamer, and other recent improvements.
PipeWire is fully open-source, of course, while for Fedora users running the latest Fedora Workstation there are easy binary available for testing.
More details on testing PipeWire with Fedora or as to its current state, see Christian Schaller's blog.