[linux] Extended the lifetime of the ozone-platform-hint flag.

The flag was originally set to expire at M100.  We extrapolated that the
Wayland platform may be released around that milestone, and we may have
implemented some stable way in the UI to select the platform and remove
the flags that is temporary.

M100 is coming already, but the Wayland platform is not yet released, so
this patch extends the lifetime of the flag for a few release cycles, to

(cherry picked from commit 6a9b81bddd3db053a2155fbb97d9170a5a670037)

Bug: 1246928
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