Fedora 21 will possibly default Wayland Display Server




Fedora developers have submitted a proposal to the still under construction Wayland display server as a standard to be included in the upcoming Fedora 21 desktop based on Gnome 3.14.

Wayland The proposal was submitted by the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee and. Although Fedora 21, which should come, for compatibility reasons in October still X.org Server code should contain the Wayland developers wish to use. Default display server That should be done in conjunction with the developers of GNOME. They are the construction of Gnome 3:14 already well on the way to run it. Desktop environment on top of Wayland

Wayland has arrived at version 1.6. Yet there are few major Linux distributions that dare to make the switch. However, Fedora 20 already knew a preview version of Wayland, which developers could gain experience with the new compositor.

Should the proposal be approved and Fedora 21 actually standard with Wayland and GNOME 3:14 come over the adoption of the display server can get momentum. Biggest competitor is currently Mir, the display server that should be in Canonical Ubuntu. Standard time


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