The Ozone-Wayland sub-project for Google Chromium support on the next-generation Linux display server continues to be pushed ahead with improved and new features by Intel open-source developers.
Ozone-Wayland is the port of the underlying Chrome/Chromium code to Wayland
that handles all input and window layer abstraction for the open-source web-browser and ChromeOS. By supporting Ozone, Chrome and other Google-backed software can seamlessly transition to Wayland environments besides X11 and other supported windowing systems / display servers.
Since the public announcement months ago and the first official release
in November, development continues
quite frequently thanks to the backing of Intel's Open-Source Technology Center.
Those really curious about Ozone-Wayland can visit the 01.org GitHub repository
. Among the recent advancements include continued updating against Chromium Git, initial Screen support, support for querying all open windows, focus changes, input changes, and many other small improvements.