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How Close Fedora Is To Switching To Wayland By Default

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Red Hat

Kevin Martin of the Fedora Project has written a status update and plan around the "Wayland-by-default" effort for Fedora 24.

Kevin provided a status update via this desktop list update. The current state of various Wayland features are now listed via this Fedora Wiki page.

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