On Fr, 2013-06-28 at 10:04 -0400, Scott Kitterman wrote:
> I don't think we'll know for awhile if XMir is really as generally compatible
> as is currently being claimed. I believe it's being design and planned to be
> compatible, but I don't believe there is enough data in evidence at this point
> to know how successful it's developers have been. So even if KDE on XMir is
> no better or worse than Unity on XMir (which is also an assumption), I think
> it makes complete sense for Kubuntu to wait and see.
yes, understood, i personally would jump on it asap to catch the bugs
and have Mir upstream fixing them for me.
i understand if you are cautious though...
but i also see that riddells last post on behalf of kubuntu doesnt
really leave any room for "wait and see" anymore ...