I would like to discuss and propose that we as KDE SIG move forward and
attempt to use Wayland as default for our KDE Spin in Fedora 28. We will
have to switch soon or later anyway. With Plasma 5.12 and Qt 5.9+ the
situation with wayland should be way better and given that Plasma 5.12 is
an LTS release, then we have high chance that bugs we find are fixed
within this release cycle. If we find out that wayland is still more
unusable than usable and issues cannot be easily solved, then switching
back is easy. Fedora Workstation (Gnome) has switched long time ago, here
 you can find their proposal and even they had tons of problems at the
beginning, but given that people actually started using wayland (not just
randomly testing it), then I think it really helped to speed up the whole
development process as people were reporting issues for use cases which
the devs couldn not think of or able to test.
I'm willing of course to do all the paperwork around, propose a change,
write wiki page, contingency plan and so on and also attempt to help with
fixing wayland issues.
What do you think about this idea?
 - https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/WaylandByDefault
Software Engineer, Desktop Team
Would not produce a good first time user experience on my lenovo X1 carbon.
plasma/wayland has never worked acceptably. First it doesn't seem to
understand the dpi, everything is ridiculously large. When I try to logout,
it locks the machine.