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

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On Mon, 2024-01-29 at 03:57 +0000, Neal Gompa wrote:
> > 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):

That's disappointing. I was prepared to try the "rudimentary support"
but if even that isn't going to be available I'll probably have to hold
off updating to F40.

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

I cannot stress enough that this is *basic functionality* for a desktop
system. It's standard across Windows and MacOS systems and users expect
it to work (even if it doesn't work very well on Xorg). I simply do not
understand how people use desktops that don't implement this. Are they
really restarting every app *manually* every time they log in? I find
this astonishing.

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