Committed to the repository on Friday was support for a keyboard device and a Wayland image and new Linux image with keyboard and epoll support, per the GitHub log
The 4MB Wayland image runs the Weston compositor and can handle a few demos and a terminal. The jor1k OpenRISC emulator also has options for running an X window system with twm and glxgears, a graphics demo with ScummVM Monkey Island, and also an image that has the GCC compiler.
Emulated hardware specs for this system include a 32-bit OR1000 emulator, 63MB of RAM, UART 16550 support, an ocfb frame-buffer at 6400 x 400, an ATA hard drive, a Linux terminal emulator, and a 7MB image with the Linux 3.11 kernel and Busybox. As provided in the technical details
Thanks to Phoronix reader Sebastian Macke for pointing out the jor1k emulator and its landed Wayland support. Sebastian is also one of its developers.