"Besides the feature freeze on the 22nd of June, the X
Server 1.7 branching is set for the 6th of July, the code freeze
and first beta on the 20th of July, a second beta on the 3rd of
August, and the release candidate on the 10th of August. X Server
1.7 and X.Org 7.5 will then hopefully make it out the door a week
later on the 17th of August.
"This latest delay is due to X Input 2 not yet being ready for
general usage. However, input expert Peter Hutterer expects to
merge X Input 2 and XKB2 into the master X Server code-base by the
14th of June. Therefore, X.Org 7.5 is being delayed so that it can
incorporate these major input improvements that have a long time in
the making. Multi-Pointer X will also now be possible for the
masses of Linux desktop users."