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Any Wayland experts around?

Ivan Vučica-2
Hi,

Tl;dr if you know your way around low-level Wayland, get in touch.


We have a pending Wayland backend contribution that I tried to merge. It’s, however, slightly out of date. Once updated, it turns out it is also not drawing anything. To me, reasons are unknown. Events are seemingly captured and processed despite surfaces being invisible.

If you know your way around writing Wayland clients without a toolkit, please get in touch. I’d like to go through this with someone during evening or weekend (European time).

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Re: Any Wayland experts around?

Xavier Brochard
Le dimanche 22 avril 2018, 17:02:54 CEST Ivan Vučica a écrit :

> Hi,
>
> Tl;dr if you know your way around low-level Wayland, get in touch.
>
>
> We have a pending Wayland backend contribution that I tried to merge. It’s,
> however, slightly out of date. Once updated, it turns out it is also not
> drawing anything. To me, reasons are unknown. Events are seemingly captured
> and processed despite surfaces being invisible.
>
> If you know your way around writing Wayland clients without a toolkit,
> please get in touch. I’d like to go through this with someone during
> evening or weekend (European time).

You could ask Martin Grasslin for help (kwin maintainer). He knows Wayland
very well and he is this kind of person allways happy to help.
https://blog.martin-graesslin.com/blog/

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