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Now that Ubuntu/Canonical is building their own display server what will happen with wayland and Linux as a whole. With all this "disruption" around what will other distro's (fedora, opensuse, mint, arch etc.) do: because clearly X will have to be replaced sooner or later.

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closed as not constructive by Tom Brossman, Uri Herrera, fossfreedom Mar 5 '13 at 22:29

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Why should the development of Mir for Ubuntu affect other distributions? such as Fedora or OpenSuSe or Arch. If anything it would be a concern for Ubuntu based distributions, if anything. Let alone affect "Linux as a whole". Android already uses another Display server if you didn't know and as far as I can see Android is using Linux. –  Uri Herrera Mar 5 '13 at 22:20

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