Mir 0.1.4 has been released, bringing with it a raft of bug fixes, helpful developer tools and performance enhancements. Canonical’s in-house display server has been designed from the ground up to drive the Unity interface […]
In around five months time the terrifically named Trusty Tahr – aka 'Ubuntu 14.04' – will be released - but what can you expect to find in it? We take a ramble through the known plans...
Opponents of Mir are 'politically motivated', says Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth in a blog post announcing the name of Ubuntu 14.10.
The goal to enable XMir by default for supported graphics cards in Ubuntu 13.10 has been pushed back.
Mir developers have shared an older video demo of Mir that, they say, shows the 'experience and performance' users can expect to find soon.
Unity 8 has been demoed running on top of Mir. Ubuntu software developer Didier Roche shared a short clip of the Ubuntu Touch interface running natively on Mir. No Android surfaceflinger (What Ubuntu Touch currently uses), and […]
Intel has pulled XMir support from their Xorg driver branch just days after Canonical submitted it - a decision that has sparked controversy.
The final features are now landing in Mir just in time for feature freeze which is happening this Thursday, August 29th.
The KDE-based spin Kubuntu, as well as the lightweight distro Lubuntu, have both announced they have no plans to adopt Mir for their future releases.
Mir is to ship as the default display server in Ubuntu 13.10, Ubuntu engineers have today announced.
Both Unity 8 and Ubuntu's new display server Mir will be available to try in Ubuntu 13.10. At least, that's the aim, anyway.
Unity 8 - the next major version of the Unity desktop - has been demoed running atop of Mir, Ubuntu's custom display server.