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xdg-shell: Wayland

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Wayland 1.5 is released. It’s a pretty exciting release, with plenty of features, but the most exciting thing about it is that we can begin work on Wayland 1.6!

… No, I’m serious. Wayland 1.6′s release schedule matches up pretty well with GNOME’s. Wayland 1.6 will be released in the coming weeks before GNOME 3.14, the first version of GNOME with full Wayland support out of the box.

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