Wayland News Archives
Wayland has gained support for client and server-side programming language bindings.
19 August 2013 - Programming Language Bindings - 8 Comments
In the past few days several videos have surfaced for "Nemoshell", a reported window manager for Wayland but details on the software project are scarce.
14 August 2013 - Nemoshell - 9 Comments
In addition to the Hawaii Weston Shell update and better touch input support on Weston, there's some more good news for Wayland: the GNOME Display Settings is now working on Wayland via a new Dbus interface.
14 August 2013 - GNOME Display Settings - 105 Comments
At the beginning of the day I wrote about the Hawaii desktop environment having a new Weston Shell release. This Qt5-based desktop is not only nice for showing off the next-generation Linux display stack, but with it also comes a dramatic reduction in system memory usage.
13 August 2013 - Memory Usage - 10 Comments
Hawaii Shell, a Qt 5 based desktop interface that has a Weston plug-in for Wayland support, has experienced a new release. This Hawaii Shell release for Wayland has many new desktop-related features for those wishing for something a little more than a stock Weston desktop.
13 August 2013 - Hawaii Shell - 22 Comments
Commits today to Wayland's Weston compositor improve the touch event situation.
12 August 2013 - Weston Touching
Orbital is a plugin/client for Wayland's Weston compositor that provides a custom shell for the next-generation display server. Orbital is made using Qt 5 and Qt Quick 2.
9 August 2013 - Orbital Shell - 25 Comments
Patches were published today that add support to Wayland's Weston compositor for Sony Clickpad touchpads.
5 August 2013 - Sony Clickpad - 6 Comments
Aside from the progressing PRIME support for Wayland, more good news today for this X.Org Foundation backed project is RealVNC expressing interest in supporting Wayland for their remote desktop software.
1 August 2013 - RealVNC - 22 Comments
PRIME, the DRI2 offloading implementation, is beginning to be brought up under Wayland.
1 August 2013 - PRIME Wayland - 9 Comments
A simple drawing library has been created for Wayland in the process of porting a simple terminal and dynamic menu system from X11 to Wayland.
27 July 2013 - Wayland Drawing - 25 Comments
With the recent release of Wayland/Weston 1.2, here's a look at some current development statistics.
24 July 2013 - Development Pace - 52 Comments
Carsten Haitzler, a.k.a. "Rasterman" and known for his work on the Enlightenment window manager / desktop, has provided some new comments on Enlightenment's planned support for Wayland.
23 July 2013 - Enlightenment Wayland - 22 Comments
A lot of Linux desktop users are looking forward to the full port of the Enlightenment desktop to Wayland.
21 July 2013 - Enlightenment Wayland - 7 Comments
Sam Spilsbury, the Compiz developer and former Canonical employee, has made progress in being able to run the XBMC media application directly on Wayland.
17 July 2013 - XBMC On Wayland - 17 Comments
The Wayland LiveCD has been updated against the new Wayland/Weston 1.2 release. This Linux LiveCD also ships with the Wayland-enabled GTK3, Qt5, SDL, and Enlightenment EFL tool-kits for easily trying out this next-generation Linux display stack.
14 July 2013 - Rebecca Black Updated - 35 Comments
After about three months of development, Wayland 1.2.0 along with the matching version of its Weston reference compositor have been released. The updated Wayland/Weston stack bring many new features to the table.
13 July 2013 - Wayalnd 1.2.0 - 82 Comments
Kristian Høgsberg has announced the first release candidates for the upcoming Wayland 1.2 release along with the Weston 1.2 reference compositor.
10 July 2013 - Wayland/Weston 1.2 RC1 - 70 Comments
The widely talked about fork of Wayland and Weston no longer seem to be advancing.
9 July 2013 - Northfield - 7 Comments
In the past few days I delivered X.Org vs. XMir Ubuntu Unity benchmarks on Intel hardware and Nouveau / NVIDIA. The benchmarking also found that 2D was also slower with XMir than simply running an X.Org Server. Benchmarks now carried out of X.Org vs. XWayland show that the Wayland-based equivalent is generally faster, at least for 2D operations.
30 June 2013 - Xorg vs. XWayland - 113 Comments
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