@neo an update: a lot of my applications are uber buggy and crashy ever since switching to Wayland. I had to switch back to Xorg. I'll give it another go after the next Xwayland patch hits Fedora, or I do a clean install.

@Nesaijn I don't do screen sharing or conference stuff, so no idea one way or another. Also haven't tried OBS yet on Wayland, so no idea there either, but I'm told OBS now has Wayland support.

@neopirate I would love it if FreeBSD had as good of a desktop user experience, out of the box experience, and ease of maintainability as most major Linux desktop distros (namely Fedora and Ubuntu). Right now it's extremely painful to set up and use as a daily driver :(

@neo seems fine to me, but I need to play with it more. If the only issues I have are "it's Wayland instead of X" I will call it a win

@guenther whatever RPM Fusion pulls down, I think 495.44 right now?

@sullybiker yeppers, that is one of the highlights of 35, Wayland support for Nvidia.

Just upgraded from 34 to 35.

Painless! Almost indistinguishable from a normal update.

@Linux_in_a_Bit Funny thing, you *could* get eye cancer from old CRT TVs...

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@tristan957 oh I agree completely. I'm just busting a common myth people have about the service.

With that in mind, the precedent is now set that a foreign power can get Protonmail data. It would not be a stretch for a country like the US or China to flex their diplomatic muscles to "compel" Swiss authorities

@Linux_in_a_Bit @abloo actually I rather appreciate that GNOME is not cramped. Makes it easier for my aging eyes

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