Re: .0 KDE releases have terrible track record, so...

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On Sat, Jan 27, 2024 at 4:36 PM Patrick O'Callaghan
<pocallaghan@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Sat, 2024-01-27 at 16:05 +0000, Sérgio Basto wrote:
> >  use Fedora to work not to test new features , I hope
> > that I haven't to fork all Fedora to keep xorg alive until F39 EOL
> I currently use Xorg but will try to adapt to Wayland, even though it
> still doesn't properly support session save/restore.

While it didn't make it for 6.0, there are plans to get some
rudimentary support in 6.1 (due out in June):

Session restore stuff will be enhanced over time, I imagine.

We intend to ship 6.1 as an update for F40 and C10S users as we have
for Plasma 5.x releases in previous Fedora releases and EPEL 9.

> However, saying you use Fedora for work and not for testing new
> features seems to me to be in contradiction to what Fedora is about.
> It's a distro *designed* for frequent updates and testing. If you want
> stability, there are plenty of other options.

Fedora is not a "stale-stable" distribution, I agree. If you want
someone more like that, use CentOS Stream instead with KDE from EPEL.

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