Here's the scenario. I turn on my computer, log in, and do some stuff. Stuff includes opening gnome terminal (3.6.0-1) and doing some su/sudo that requires password. I do other stuff, like open chromium and do some google. This goes on for a few hours.
I go make popcorn.
I get back from making popcorn, and computer is sleeping, or screensavering, or whatever. I wake it up with the mouseIs . Gnome3 is gone, and in tty1, I see a portion of the stuff that I had typed in the previous 2 hours. Including stuff I had typed into gnome terminal (like my password), and search phrases I had typed into chromium. Along with a bunch of ^[[A and ^[[B's.
I think I was up to date as of a few weeks ago... arch 3.6.6-1, gdm 3.6.1-2.
Is this standard behavior for gnome3?
Looking at the screencap I took of this....
I see some systemd-fsck complaints about superblock dates (which I see on every boot).
The next thing I see is my password that I typed to log in.
The next two lines were typed into chromium.
The next nine lines were typed into gnome terminal, including a su/password.
Then a bunch of ^[[B, ^[[A, with a few things I typed into chromium mixed in.
I did more stuff over the next few hours, but none of it is there. Only stuff from when initially logged in. Not sure if that information is relevant.
If there's any other information I could provide, let me know. I know I haven't provided much, but that's out ignorance, not laziness.
This is a pretty big deal. If I leave my computer alone and let the screen lock, rather than having to give a password to resume, the computer randomly decides to barf my password and porn search history all over the screen to whoever wakes it up. That's messed up.
Update: I haven't made any progress on this. Someone in the #archlinux IRC channel confirmed that this had happened to them as well.
I just switched to xfce and removed gnome from my system.