Se demorar tanto tempo como esta, há-de estar pronta em Agosto de 2015
Daniel Foré disse:Also, I think in general most of us think it would be the best idea to release Isis (see, I'm already going with it) as closely as possible to Ubuntu 14.04. We have a lot to prove about our ability to provide updates in a timely manner and we're getting some negative feedback from developers/nerds about our 12.04 base. So let's address that and make sure that elementary is the best open platform for both users and developers (and I guess nerds too).
Cody is currently working on updating Congrego to spit out some super
bleeding edge Saucy-based builds. If any of you are already on Saucy, youknow how broken Pantheon currently is. Indicators and Plugs are hugeproblems that we need to address. We're considering moving both of theseinto lib peas plugins for Wingpanel and Switchboard (respectively). Anyfeedback on that plan is very welcome.
In general, the first priority for Isis is going to be updating all of ourapps to compile/run with the latest libraries. You should know that Midoriwith the latest webkitGTK is amazing. I'm working on porting eGtk and it'sgoing pretty swell. You should also know that all the fancy libaccountsstuff is now available for someone to start playing with so we can getsweet online integration. I believe that Clutter with the touch-relatedbits is also available so that is also very exciting for those of use thathave a multi-touch trackpad available.Anyways, let's get rolling on this cycle. We have 8 months to become even more awesome.
Não é por o Ubuntu vir com o Mir por default que vai deixar de ter o Wayland. Possivelmente estará nos repos, só terás de instalar depois.Wayland não, porque o Ubuntu não o vai implementar. Creio que te referes ao Mir.