Pekka Paalanen's post about supporting Wayland GL clients and proprietary embedded platforms is outlined on his BlogSpot page. His text already makes the assumptions you have a way to implement a Wayland compositor, and APIs for compositing and displaying images. Plus Wayland is mostly centered around OpenGL ES and EGL usage. Pekka's post goes into detail about hardware-accelerated clients and handling buffer sharing with Wayland.
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