KDE developers have refuted claims by Canonical developer that display server doesn't matter.
Chromium browser has been successfully ported to Mir display server.
Canonical to show off Mir enabled Ubuntu Touch for mobiles and tablets at the MWC
Chromium developers have started working on the alternatives of X11 window systems on Linux such as Wayland.
Ubuntu 13.10 was expected to use XMir as its display server by default but due to some "outstanding technical difficulties" XMir won't be used as
Open Source is all about collaboration and contribution and two leading communities are working towards making Wayland a reality. Intel and Red Hat developers are
As a major set-back to Canonical’s plans for Mir, Intell has pulled the carpet from underneath Canonical by announcing that they won’t support XMir. Intel’s
XMir, display server developed by Canonical for Linux is now available for Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy salamander. XMir will be the default display server for the
While Ubuntu is switching to MIR from Xorg, ditching Wayland, other Ubuntu flavors have not yet decided whether they will follow the suite of not.
With Canonical is developing Mir, a new display server and making it default in Ubuntu 13.10, other Ubuntu derivatives are faced with the difficulty to