Well until they reissue another statement we'll have to assume that they haven't changed their mind. That said if there's a massive shift towards Wayland then NVidia will reassess the situation, their Linux customers are likely mainly in the 3D/SFX market and if these companies wants to start running Wayland on their workstations NVidia will oblige I'm sure. Thankfully the great work by the nouveau devs is making this into less of a problem.
i've reported it to almost every linux forum, including this. kms is broken on many macs including the mac mini and macbook air. this is a known bug.
That's not reporting a bug. You report it to bugzilla (or any other bug filing framework kernel devs use) or to their mailing list. Not all devs are in forums, you know?
This can help you. I didn't read it yet because I've never found a mainstream bug (well, as a matter of fact, I've found a few, but they were already reported and fixed when I did figured out they were kernel bugs), and the ones with Openchrome were reported directly to their devlist.
In general, KMS in the blobs doesn't sound impossible. They would need glue in form of a kernel module with the actual functionality being provided by the blob.
Originally Posted by Serafean
KMS won't be easy for nvidia to implement in their binary blob (anyone remember the mess when OSS drivers became KMS enabled?). Another hard requirement for Wayland is EGL support, which I don't know if the binary blobs support.
One of the more notorious ones: Radeon KMS on Macs with EFI boot. The workaround is to modify the kernel with a patch that was rejected by the radeon developers, and make it load the VGA BIOS from a dump you created in bootcamp.