Wayland News Archives
Wayland's Weston compositor has picked up support for the much talked about full-screen shell protocol.
4 April 2014 - Weston - 2 Comments
Intel developers have out a new Ozone-Wayland release, their platform work that allows Google's Chromium browser to natively run on Wayland. Besides updating this Wayland Chromium support, there's also an interesting IVI demo to show.
26 March 2014 - Chromium on Wayland - 2 Comments
Earlier in the month an Intel developer published an initial RandR-like protocol for Wayland's Weston. That proposed protocol has now been revised following much feedback from developers.
24 March 2014 - RandR - 5 Comments
The developer behind the Rebecca Black OS that is a Wayland Live DVD shipping with all of the experimental Wayland and Weston code along with other Wayland-ported apps, has seen a major update in time for weekend testing.
22 March 2014 - Rebecca Black OS - 7 Comments
Michel Dänzer landed a fix on Monday for those users of the RadeonSI driver (the open-source Linux driver for the HD 7000 series and newer) when using XWayland in conjunction with the specialized GLAMOR driver.
18 March 2014 - XWayland - 1 Comment
The full-screen shell protocol for Wayland's Weston compositor will allow for features like splash screens and terminal emulators as simple full-screen clients, but the code is still being revised ahead of its hopeful merger.
18 March 2014 - Fullscreen Shell - 13 Comments
Patches are continuing to be reviewed and refined for introducing weston-ivi-shell, a reference shell for Wayland's Weston compositor within the world of In-Vehicle Infotainment systems, primarily for Tizen.
17 March 2014 - In-Vehicle Infotainment - 2 Comments
The latest Weston code finally adds support for building this reference Wayland compositor with support for a libinput-based input device back-end.
13 March 2014 - Libinput - 5 Comments
Martin Gräßlin has written a new blog post about "KDE5" and Wayland.
10 March 2014 - KF5 - 60 Comments
DRI PRIME support for Wayland is currently undergoing a third round of developer review for bringing GPU offloading support outside of the X.Org Server world.
7 March 2014 - DRI PRIME - 2 Comments
The latest work by Intel employees on Wayland is adding an RandR protocol, similar to the X RandR protocol, to the Weston compositor.
27 February 2014 - RandR - 19 Comments
The first official release has been made of libinput, the library for handling input devices for display servers and applications, and allows for easier input handling by new Wayland compositors.
26 February 2014 - libinput 0.1
For a while now there's been work happening to come up with a fullscreen shell protocol for Wayland's Weston to address some interesting use-cases. With this protocol, clients run entirely full-screen as the only client exposed to the user.
26 February 2014 - Fullscreen Shell Protocol
X.Org Foundation Board of Director member and Nouveau developer, Martin Peres, has written about the state of security within Wayland compositors.
20 February 2014 - Wayland - 6 Comments
Wayland clients running on the Weston compositor now have support for the minimize button.
19 February 2014 - Weston Clients - 21 Comments
The generic input library (libinput) targeting Wayland now has a proper multi-touch touch-pad implementation.
17 February 2014 - libinput - 6 Comments
For those wondering what it entails in porting a program that previously depended upon X11 and its APIs to now working natively on Wayland without XWayland, here are some FOSDEM slides to check out.
13 February 2014 - Wayland - 48 Comments
The Wayland/Weston Presentation extension has been revised with presentation feedback support implemented.
11 February 2014 - Wayland - 2 Comments
For those curious about what it takes to write a standalone Wayland compositor and the challenges involved, two Enlightenment developers have shared their struggles and accomplishments in making Enlightenment a Wayland compositor.
10 February 2014 - Enlightenment - 10 Comments
For several months now Intel developers have been working on a new Ozone-Wayland project that allows Google's Chrome/Chromium browsers and other applications to work on Wayland. Google's Ozone component provides the windowing system / input abstraction layer that is where this implementation for Wayland is being plugged into. After much investment, the Chromium browser is now starting to run great with Wayland.
7 February 2014 - Ozone-Wayland - 15 Comments
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