@ondrej Thank you, I hope people find it somewhat useful :)
@raichoo Can't wait to try it :)
@ondrej If you are used to tiling it will be quite different and some things might irritate you. I hope it's nevertheless interesting to play around with ^^.
@raichoo Don't worry it's very young project, so some glitches are always expected ;)
@ondrej Yeah, the thing is some people expect it to behave like tiling WMs they already know, it that's very much not the case :D
@ondrej Mainly because tiling is not the core concept, which breaks some people's assumptions.
@raichoo Don't worry, there's a whole weekend to play with it & I'm very patient, so I won't rant about it :)
@raichoo Congrats, hat's some awesome news.
Maybe it's time for me too test Wayland on FreeBSD myself 🤔
@blabber I've been using it as my daily driver I'm quite happy with Wayland.
@blabber If you are using i3 there is sway filling that gap, but I'm most certainly not unhappy about more hikari users ^^.
@raichoo I am still using dwm(1), but I wanted to move away from it for some time now for political reasons.
@blabber That is very understandable.
@raichoo Congratulations. :-)
@dwardoric Thanks :)
@raichoo Congratulations! Excellent work! :)
@lambdatotoro Thank you :)
@raichoo is FreeBSD port Xorg, Wayland or both?
@meka It's for the Wayland implementation. The X11 implementation has been discontinued by me.
@raichoo nice, i've been waiting for that. thanks!
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