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Wayland 1.5 Appears To Be In Great Shape

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Graphics/Benchmarks
Linux

More good news about Wayland 1.5 is that it's passing all of Intel's automated test-cases. Ullysses Artie Eoff at Intel shared their automated test pass rate was at 100%. In terms of their manual test pass rate, it was at 84%, which is a +15% improvement over the Wayland 1.5 Alpha. Those wishing to find out more about the Wayland 1.5 release candidate results can find the information shared on the Wayland-devel list. Wayland 1.5 with Weston 1.5 should be officially released in the next few days.

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