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Wayland/Weston Gets Forked As Northfield/Norwood 252

Posted by timothy
from the same-number-syllables dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Weeks after Canonical announced Mir, Wayland's display server protocol and Weston compositor have been forked. A contributor to Wayland found differing views with the project over desktop eye candy and other technical decisions to the X11 successor, which resulted in forming the Northfield and Norwood projects. The developer, Scott Moreau, has been outted from the project but has provided a lengthy explanation why the fork was needed to advance the Linux desktop."
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Wayland/Weston Gets Forked As Northfield/Norwood

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