Westcoast summit, day three

This being last day of the hackfest, people started to disappear in the afternoon. Before that, we had a planning session for Wayland in GNOME 3.14, and came up with a number of concrete tasks and goals. We decided to use bugzilla to track the tasks, so I’ve updated the existing tracker bug.  One of our goals for this cycle is to make Wayland sessions day-to-day usable and keep them that way. Therefore, we want to get Wayland testing into gnome-continuous and aim for having Wayland sessions working well in Fedora rawhide by the end of this month.

4 thoughts on “Westcoast summit, day three”

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