Re: The best way to still use Fedora + Xorg + Gnome ... even after version 40

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On Wed, Apr 17, 2024 at 03:30:32PM GMT, Go Canes wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 17, 2024 at 1:48 PM John Mellor <john.mellor@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >
> > With X being a completely unmaintainable mess, all new and bugfix
> > development stopped about 2 years ago.  Most disturbing is that for the
> > last 2 years there have been essentially no security fixes as a result.
> I have heard that there have been no security fixes, and also that
> there have.  I understand that there is little to no "development" in
> the X11 space, but as a mature product it doesn't need development so
> much as a proper "X12".

There have been some security updates... but no releases.

Wayland is pretty much what all the X developers wanted to make.
They didn't want to call it X12 as it would mistakenly give people the
impression it worked the same way/was like X11.


> 2) Given the limitations of 1, what I have read regarding remote app
> support seemed to boil down to "we don't want to bother, use
> VNC/RDP/etc."

Well, depends on what you need. waypipe works quite well if you just
want to run a wayland app on machine A and display it on wayland display


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