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Questions about availability of specific functionalities in swaywm (and wayland at all)
3 projects | /r/swaywm | 3 Apr 2023
Coming from awesome you may find river more to your liking than sway.
Chromium / Electron on Wayland causes crash of the whole OS
3 projects | /r/archlinux | 17 Mar 2023
River crashed everytime I closed Chromium. The developer fixed it in 5 minutes :)
I may have taken plugins too far...
4 projects | /r/hyprland | 11 Mar 2023
I've written a plugin that implements the river-layout-v3 wayland protocol in Hyprland. This means you can run something like rivertile, river-luatile, rivercarro or kile as a layout provider.
Master and Stack setup
5 projects | /r/swaywm | 27 Feb 2023
Author here. And yeah, as of 0.6.0 it supports master stack - I just called it stack main. I was in fact inspired by river: https://github.com/riverwm/river. River is really promising but is still in very early development. Sway on the other hand has been around for a long time and I, for now, prefer that stability.
Hey Rustaceans! Got a question? Ask here (8/2023)!
11 projects | /r/rust | 21 Feb 2023
riverwm wayland compositor
Ideas for system compositor
3 projects | /r/wayland | 30 Jan 2023
Help needed with Wayland (riverwm and dwl) on Void Linux
2 projects | /r/voidlinux | 29 Jan 2023
I wanted to try two wayland compositors out (specifically dwl and river) and cannot for the life of me seem to get it working properly. I am currently doing this inside a VirtualBox vm.
Ask reddit: What learning resources have taught you the most about zig?
2 projects | /r/Zig | 26 Jan 2023
Source code for other Zig projects like river
With rise of wayland, are simpler window managers dying?
14 projects | /r/linux | 26 Aug 2022
Over at river we'd like to disagree. We are only few, yet we have a well-featured compositor, thanks to wlroots.
What does your workflow look like on Linux?
13 projects | /r/linux | 14 Aug 2022
What are some alternatives?
sway - i3-compatible Wayland compositor
Hyprland - Hyprland is a highly customizable dynamic tiling Wayland compositor that doesn't sacrifice on its looks.
wayfire - A modular and extensible wayland compositor
dwl - dwm for Wayland
bspwm - A tiling window manager based on binary space partitioning
qtile - :cookie: A full-featured, hackable tiling window manager written and configured in Python (X11 + Wayland)
autotiling - Script for sway and i3 to automatically switch the horizontal / vertical window split orientation
nixos - My nixos repository
waymonad - A wayland compositor based on ideas from and inspired by xmonad
vivarium - A dynamic tiling Wayland compositor using wlroots
nixos - My NixOS Configurations