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[-] [email protected] 1 points 2 weeks ago

Mine started by living and going to school with them. How odd.

[-] [email protected] 1 points 2 weeks ago

Opensuse it the way. if I had time to waste and no responsabilities Id certainly use Arch though.

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Really needs more stability and to solidify its modifying features, not have them a bit everywhere. Really cant have a black screen bug every time I put my PC/Laptop to sleep

[-] [email protected] 3 points 2 weeks ago

does your shit compile though?

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Encountering sleep/black screen bug is not freedom. The average linux user is shifting, its not longer being used only by teens/tech savvy. People want to get things done.

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Comment by Zamundaaa (Xaver) a couple of hours ago. (AKA One of the most prominent KDE and Wayland Dev)

There will also be a new Display/HDR HackFest in around 2 weeks where most prominent Devs from different DE and companies like Valve, ADM and Igalia will attend. Hosted by the latter in La Coruña, Spain. https://www.phoronix.com/news/2024-Linux-Display-Hackfest-May

But doesnt KDE and weston already have HDR implementations? Yes but there are patched hacks. The protocol will finally make things clear and standard so it can be implemented by all the different parties.

The protocol in gitlab

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Curious from people who follow its development closely.

  • What protocol are about to be finally implemented?
  • Which ones are still a struggle?
  • How many serious protocols are there missing?

https://arewewaylandyet.com/

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Ive noticed its has been any activity in their github for a longtime. https://github.com/dylanaraps/neofetch

There are a few more info that could be added nowadays like Display Protocol (Wayland/X11) and Display size. FastFetch does this but Neofetch is globally recognized.

Fastfetch vs Neofetch

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