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Canonical employee introduces miracle-wm, a composite manager based on Wayland and Mir


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Matthew Kosarek introduced (https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/introducting-miracle-wm-a-wayland-compositor-built-on-mir/42583) miracle-wm, which is based on using the Wayland protocol and components for building Mir composite managers. Miracle-wm supports mosaic layout of windows in the style of the i3 window manager, Hyprland composite manager, and Sway user environment. Finished assemblies are generated in snap format.

The functionality of miracle-wm in the first release: mosaic window management with the ability to leave stylish gaps between windows, use of virtual desktops, support for reserving screen areas for panel placement, the ability to expand windows to the full screen, support for multi-output, keyboard navigation and control.

The ultimate goal of the project is to create a composite server using mosaic window management, but more functional and stylish than projects such as Swayfx.


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