I have a big query.
If Canonical just copy/pasted the XWayland code to make XMir then every person saying that XWayland will be faster that plain X is utterly wrong. We haven't seen any benchmarks regarding XWayland/Wayland, so if XMir is really a copy/paste effort Wayland should be similarly on the same shape.
Mir > xMir > Xorg
Wayland > xWayland > Xorg
So it depend of how they adapt it and how the base Wayland and Mir works... But I'm not sure.
Michael will do some Wayland Vs Mir benchmark soon, for sure
We're on page 7 right now. How many pages would we have, if we left out any BO$$ post and related reply, while increasing overall quality?
Redhat Intel Raspberry pi Kubuntu Debian Carsten Munk Tizen Sailfish OS and any non Ubuntu Unity is backing Wayland most of the code in Mir is just a fork of Wayland Android Carsten Munk work Libhybris making it even more buggy shitty you dont know how long it's going to take to remove all the bug's form Mir it may take years do to it trying to move away form the code it's based off from and it's the most Epic Fail of the Linux World Wayland the way Canonical is going is why i jumped ship it's going to be really bad for any one Developing on Linux Canonical just Fucked all Linux Develpers Linux Gamers Linux Users do you know how hard it is going to be to get Windows Developers to look at Linux now?