Wayland would replace X11 in the future (maybe soon?), we're researching/learning Wayland. And I planed to try a tiny Window Manager of Wayland for a practice. It's meaningful I think, since there's little independent WM for Wayland, except for Mutter which is a part of Gnome desktop environment.

Looking for hackers with the skills:

wayland c git

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