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The biannual catch-all X discussion session. If you are involved in a project that directly depends on the X stack, or needs a particular feature from the stack, come along.
The kernel / X multi-monitor stack is now pretty complete from a technical perspective. The user-experience now needs to be fleshed out so that we have sensible defaults when users plug in an extra monitor. What should be the default behaviour when: * A user plugs in a projector? + How do we distinguish a projec...