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    Default More GTK+ Wayland Improvements Landing

    Phoronix: More GTK+ Wayland Improvements Landing

    GNOME developers hope that GNOME 3.10 will be in decent shape for initially supporting Wayland as an alternative to X11/X.Org. There's already been improvements made to GNOME Shell, the GTK tool-kit, and other components. Committed today to GTK+ was more Wayland work...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTQ1MjM

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    The progress looks pretty impressive and Giovanni Campagna write code like a machine.

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    Default Uncertain horizons

    Any progress achieved by extra or closed variant of GTK can show well where is Gnome directed on its development track. I see fog ahead and many questions for general linux developers ecosystem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjezek View Post
    Any progress achieved by extra or closed variant of GTK can show well where is Gnome directed on its development track. I see fog ahead and many questions for general linux developers ecosystem.
    GTK+ is under the LGPL. Any changes must be released if distributed. Meaning: 0 progress in "extra or closed variant of GTK". Suggest to clarify what you mean.

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    Looking good indeed, good job GNOME team.

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