Hello. Before sending PR on src.fedora i want to discuss first this there. Here is few COPR repos with performance patches for 'mutter' and 'gnome-shell':
1. Repo with all performance patches (merged, closed, open) and with huge regression on NVIDIA cards:
2. Repo with performance patches (merged, closed, open) but safe for NVIDIA cards:
3. Repo with performance patches only merged in master branch of GNOME (safest):
I am using #2 with my NVIDIA GTX1060 and i have zero issues with it. Difference is somewhat colossal for me and i can even imagine to go back on stock GNOME experience now. :) But there is is still could be some issues according to talks on GitLab and MR not merged yet with good reasons. What i want to suggest and discuss is backport imto current Fedora 30 and GNOME 3.32 upstream patches from #3. Some distros like Pop!_OS already backported them and at least they already get massive testing (i hope).
What do you think? GNOME performance is still what mostly annoys users and just waiting for 3.34 is not a solution for many of them.
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