Wayland News Archives
For technology demos and testing, the "first true Wayland LiveCD" has been released that can start Wayland directly without depending upon an X.Org environment.
25 May 2013 - Rebecca Black OS - 35 Comments
Besides a new Raspberry Pi renderer for Weston, another interesting set of Wayland patches today is for providing output scaling support with Weston when using the X11 and DRM back-ends.
22 May 2013 - Scaling Displays - 19 Comments
After working on the Raspberry Pi support for Wayland/Weston, Pekka Paalanen has announced a new "rpi-renderer" for the low-cost ARM development board.
22 May 2013 - Wayland Weston - 28 Comments
Support for sub-surfaces has been merged into mainline Wayland after the protocol work and other changes for this exciting new feature has been in development for several months. Sub-surfaces by itself isn't too exciting to end-users but will benefit application developers in enhancing the Wayland-powered Linux desktop.
13 May 2013 - Sub-Surface - 9 Comments
Support for color management has been merged into Wayland's Weston compositor.
10 May 2013 - Color Management Support - 18 Comments
An extensive list of plans for the Wayland/Weston 1.2 release were shared by the project's founder, Kristian Høgsberg.
29 April 2013 - Wayland 1.2 - 12 Comments
The lightweight GTK-based WebKit-powered Midori web-browser should now be running natively on Wayland.
26 April 2013 - Midori - 6 Comments
The latest back-end to be published for Wayland's Weston compositor is for Red Hat's SPICE.
23 April 2013 - SPICE Back-End - 10 Comments
Kristian Høgsberg has clarified the scope and goals of Weston, Wayland's reference compositor. Now that Weston has become somewhat of its own desktop environment, Kristian has clarified its intentions to benefit future patches.
19 April 2013 - Wayland / Weston - 26 Comments
Similar to Wayland, Mir now is using the xkbcommon library.
17 April 2013 - XKB Common - 53 Comments
The first post-1.0 release of the Wayland Display Server protocol and the Weston reference compositor implementation has been released.
16 April 2013 - Wayland - 15 Comments
13 April 2013 - Wayland Node.js - 3 Comments
Jolla, the start-up company built around former Nokia N9 engineers developing the Sailfish OS for mobile phones, might be dating Wayland. Jolla's Chief Research Engineer has made it possible to run Wayland atop Android GPU drivers. Additionally, it's being done with glibc rather than Android's Bionic libc derivative.
11 April 2013 - Experimental Work - 62 Comments
Version 1.1 of Wayland and the Weston reference compositor will soon be released. The first major post-1.0 updates to Wayland/Weston bring a number of exciting features to this next-generation Linux display server.
9 April 2013 - Wayland/Weston 1.1 - 5 Comments
Support for the Intelligent Input Bus (IBus) within Wayland/Weston was proposed this weekend via a set of eighteen patches.
9 April 2013 - Wayland Handling
The Weston compositor to Wayland now has an early color management framework.
4 April 2013 - Wayland Framework - 11 Comments
It's now becoming quite easy to understand why the developer of the Northfield/Norwood fork of Wayland was ejected from the Wayland development community and banned from development communication channels.
2 April 2013 - Wayland/Weston - 69 Comments
One month ago a FreeRDP-based remote compositor for Wayland's Weston was proposed. Now having undergone six code revisions, the Weston Remote Desktop Protocol back-end has been merged.
2 April 2013 - FreeRDP Compositor - 5 Comments
In an attempt to promote his Wayland fork and gain influence, the lead developer was offering monetary kickbacks to highlight his forked Wayland and Weston code-bases.
1 April 2013 - Norwood - 46 Comments
The state of the GTK+ tool-kit for the Wayland Display Server is now ready for day-to-day use.
26 March 2013 - GTK+ - 30 Comments
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