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@jgrulich, could you please review my draft for the Qt Wayland release note?
Qt applications now use the Wayland back end on GNOME
Applications with a Qt user interface now use the native Wayland display back end in the GNOME Wayland session. In other Wayland environments, Qt applications have already used the native Wayland back end since the previous Fedora release.
The benefits of the native Wayland back end are:
I would change "back end" to "backend" or maybe use "integration" instead. Otherwise it looks good to me.
@jgrulich, thanks for the review. Our writing style guide specifically recommends to use "back end" as two words so that's what I'm going to keep. I hope you don't mind.
Fixed in #405.
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