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  • wayland-accessibility-notes

    Research on accessibility in the Wayland based Linux desktop

    https://github.com/splondike/wayland-accessibility-notes/blo...

    Getting there but they need a bit of help if anyone is looking to contribute to an accessibility project.

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  • waynergy

    A synergy client for Wayland compositors

    https://github.com/r-c-f/waynergy, and inputleap seems to have libei support which makes it compatible with some Wayland display servers.

    barrier has been unmaintained for a long time.

  • wlroots

    Discontinued A modular Wayland compositor library

    >barrier has been unmaintained for a long time.

    As if not having new features added for 2 years makes it stop working? barrier is perfectly fine on normal linux desktop installs. I actually use synergy 1.x personally which has been "unmaintained" for much, much longer. Except synergy 1.x will compile and run on anything from windows 98 to ubuntu 5 to debian 12. You can't get a waynergy or inputleap to compile on an OS more than 2 years old. And even then, as you say, it's crapshoot if the particular wayland will have libei; many like sway are actively hostile to it and never will: https://github.com/swaywm/wlroots/issues/2378

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